Applications Now Being Accepted for Next Gen Coach Apprenticeship Program

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Applications are now being accepted for the Next Gen Coach Apprenticeship Program – Don’t miss out on this very limited opportunity to spend a day with a National Coach as they provide insight into what it takes to take teams to the “next level.” ┬áIn a unique training environment conducted in conjunction with our province’s premier curling events – a small group of coaches will learn from either Rick Lang or Wendy Morgan in both a classroom and arena/club environment as the group observes our provinces best compete for a birth to the Nationals.

This is a FREE professional development opportunity, however it is extremely limited – only 10 coaches in total (five per location) with four spots guaranteed for female coaches.

Find out more information and how to apply – here.

Read what last year’s coaches had to say about the event…

“The quality of the material and the Mentor coach’s experience were very beneficial. The way the event was run in terms of a relaxing and informative way was excellent. As a coach of a bantam/junior team I came away with many tools to move forward with. I really enjoyed the small group of coaches to work with.”

“Great day, privileged to have been there. Being a small group liked the intimacy of it. You were forced to participate (a good thing). ”

“Truly appreciate this opportunity. Will highly recommend future coach/mentor sessions to all my coaching colleagues.”

“Thank you for the opportunity to participate in this event. Great starting point for this to occur again in the future.”

This program is generously sponsored through the Coaches Association of Ontario Quest for Gold Program.

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