Competition Coach and Club
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 9 – 5 and Sunday – 9 – noon
Cost: Making Ethical Decisions – $70
Club Coach – $195.00
Competition Coach – $255
MED and Competition Coach – $325
Competition Coach Training (16 hours – two days – Dec. 5 & 6)
Technical – Designed to train an individual to coach a medium to advanced performance team. The 16 hour course is taught over two days and time is spent on-ice and in the classroom.
Prerequisite: None but participants should have a general knowledge of the game.
Course Content: Teaching and Learning, Strategy and Tactics, Skills Analysis,Practice Planning, including Safety and EAP (Emergency Action Plan), Delivery Skills, Brushing Skills,
Theory – a 3-hour module “Making Ethical Decisions” plus on-line evaluation available at www.coachesontario.ca
Club Coach Workshop (12 hours – 1.5 days – Dec. 5 and 6)
Technical – Coaches who take this two-day workshop will become a trained “Club Coach.” This is a program designed to enhance the skill set of the coach or instructor who function primarily at the club level but whose teams are starting their competitive experience. Prerequisite: Must be a minimum of sixteen (16) years of age at the start of the course.
- Role of the Coach and Organizational Management, Game Orientation, Rules & Etiquette, Safety, Warm-ups & Cool-downs, The Curling Delivery, Introduction to Strategy, Ethical Coaching, Practices, Clinics, Skill Analysis
For information go to: www.curlnoca.ca
Contact Andrea Ronnebeck
or the NOCA Office