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NCCP Foundations of Coaching

This course will consist of four 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 when training courses become available.

Course dates: (2-night course)

  • TBD

Run Jump Throw Wheel (Online Course)

The Run Jump Throw Wheel (RJTW) is for coaches whose coaching season ranges from one-day fun days, to day-camp programs, to once or twice a week programs offered over a few months. The curriculum is ideal for coaches/instructors who have little or no sport experience, with its focus on the introduction of fundamental movement skills in a fun, non-competitive environment. Coaches who successfully complete the RJTW online course will attain “In-Training” status in their NCCP Locker.

Any teacher, sport club coach, or community recreation leader is capable of delivering the basic Run Jump Throw Wheel program!

Course Dates: (2 night course): TBD

NCCP Club Coach Endurance online course
Dates: September 26-28th, 2023

NCCP Club Coach Jumps online course
Dates: October 14-15th, 2023

NCCP Club Coach Throws online course
Dates: September 26 – October 15, 2023

NCCP Club Coach Sprints/Hurdles online course
Dates: November 11 – November 12, 2023

E-mail Saheed Khan at [email protected], with any questions.


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 [email protected] 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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