Coaching

OCC to Offer NCCP Multisport Competition Development Modules in July

TIME IS RUNNING OUT TO REGISTER FOR THESE WORKSHOPS.  TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE OPPORTUNITY BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE!   In a continued effort to service coaches in Ontario, and as a means to promote further education for our coaches - the Ontario Curling Council is supporting the development of Ontario coaches who have begun their Competition Development training or are intending to start the Competition Development training pathway. In partnership with the Coaches Association of Ontario, the Ontario Curling Council will offer...

OCC announces release of 2018-19 Coach Development & Ice Technician Workshop Schedules

The OCC, on behalf of its members Curl ON and the Northern Ontario Curling Association, has now published the listings of currently available NCCP Coach Development and Curling Canada Ice Technician workshops for the southern Ontario region for 2018-19.   Courses are now open for registration and include: Competition Coach Making Ethical Decisions Club Coach Club Coach Youth Level 1 Ice Technician Level 2 Ice Technician Facility Operator Assistant Northern Ontario region workshops will be added once confirmed. Please check back on a regular...

Wheelchair Curling Coach PD Workshop – FREE Opportunity

The Ontario Curling Council has received a generous grant from the Coaches Association of Ontario to run a FREE Wheelchair Curling Coach PD Workshop. Coaches should be either Club Coach or Competition Coach Trained to take the workshop, as you'll be building off of skills taught in either of those two workshops. This workshop will take place on March 24, 2018 at the Toronto Cricket, Skating and Curling Club. The workshop will be FREE with lunch/coffee provided and travel subsidies. We only have room...

New OCC Webinar – January 24, 2018 – Team Dynamics with Guest Speaker Nicole Westlund-Stewart

Join us on Wednesday, January 24, 2018 at 7:00 pm EST for another OCC webinar -this one is suited for coaches and athletes and at a time when many teams consider reforming it's one you don't want to miss. Our speaker is Nicole Westlund Stewart - an accomplished curler, instructor and coach who just happens to have a PhD in Sport Psychology.  She will have just finished competing at the Mixed Doubles Olympic Trials. Webinar Summary: What is more important for success:  talent...