Coaching certification

NOCA Adds more Coach training courses to Calendar

Competition Coach and Club Coach Workshops Supported by the Idylwylde’s Curling Learning and Performance Centre Coach Training is being planned in your area.  If you are considering coaching a team to become competitive, then this will help you design and deliver a program that will help your team achieve their goals.  Where:           Idylwylde Golf and Country Club When:            Friday, Dec. 4 – 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. – Making Ethical Decisions Comp Coach – Saturday 9 – 5 & Sunday – 9 – 3 Club Coach – Saturday

Coaching certification renewals effective January 1, 2014

The Canadian Curling Association has announced the re-certification requirements for Competition-Introduction and Competition-Development coaches. In a nutshell, coaches must accumulate 20 or 30 “points”, respectively, in each five-year period following the year in which they first become a certified coach in order to remain certified within the sport. A range of options to accumulate the necessary points are enumerated on the CCA website. Coaching a competitive