To check your NCCP coaching credentials:

Club Coaching Requirements

Club Coach Certification – required by anyone wishing to coach with Team Ontario.

*All clubs will also be required to have one certified Club Coach, per every 35 athletes.

Performance Coach Certification – required by all National Team Coaches, as well as anyone interested in coaching at the Canada Summer Games in 2021


NCCP Foundations of Coaching

This course will consist of 4 theory modules which are part of both the NCCP Athletics Sport Coach and NCCP Athletics Club Coach training pathways.  Once coaches complete these modules online via Zoom, they can select to continue their training for either NCCP Athletics Sport Coach or NCCP Athletics Club Coach training (in their chosen event discipline). Coaches will need to complete the remaining practical/technical portions in-person once it is safe to do so.
*Spots are limited*
The next Foundations of Coaching online course dates and times are as follows:
Dates: November 16, 17, 18, 20 -2020
November 16: 6:30pm-9:00pm – Role of Coach
November 17: 7:00pm-9:00pm- Teaching and Learning
November 18: 7:00pm-9:00pm- Energy Systems
November 20: 7:00pm-9:00pm- Planning a practice
Dates: December 7, 8, 9, 11 -2020
December 7: 6:30pm-9:00pm – Role of Coach
December 8: 7:00pm-9:00pm- Teaching and Learning
December 9: 7:00pm-9:00pm- Energy Systems
December 11: 7:00pm-9:00pm- Planning a practice
If registration becomes full and you do not get a spot, please email Saheed Khan at, to indicate your interests for future NCCP – Foundations of Coaching in Athletics Course.

Online Resources

E-Learning – AC Approved Online Courses
AC approved online athletics courses, some FREE, some at cost available
NCCP Program | Athletics Canada
Explaining the NCCP in Athletics Pathways for Coaching Development

Hosting a NCCP Coaching Course:

  1. Clubs looking to host or coordinate a course or a Professional Development workshop, contact to arrange a date, time etc.
  2. Institutions/Schools (elementary or secondary) looking to host or coordinate a course to comply with the Ontario Physical Education Safety Guidelines by September 2016 to have one coach (teacher or volunteer) certified with the minimum qualification in high risk sports (i.e. track and field – discus, high jump, javelin, pole vault, shot put, and steeplechase.

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