Competition Coach Workshops
Competition Coach (2-day $184.80 tax included)
Prepares coaches to work with intermediate and competitive level athletes. This is a streamlined workshop with the technical and theory being offered in one weekend (or 2 days) by Curl BC Learning Facilitators. No prerequisite is required. It is recommended that you have previous coaching experience or are a former athlete in the sport of curling.
- teaching and learning strategies, tactics, delivery & brushing skills
- making ethical decisions
- emergency action plans
- skill analysis & drills to correct faults
- practice planning
- competition planning
The steps towards full certification of Competition Coach are as follows:
Following the 2-day Competition Coach workshop registrants will be required to complete an online Making Ethical Decisions module through the Coaches Association of BC (CABC). Click MED Process & Troubleshooting for more information on the Making Ethical Decisions module. Workshop registrants will also be evaluated while they lead a one hour on-ice practice, having prepared and submitted the necessary paperwork.
To schedule an evaluation please contact Elisabeth Walker-Young
Register for a coach workshop by clicking the appropriate link below.
|Competition Coach||CHANGED Oct 26-27, 2013||Prince Rupert Curling Club||October 16, 2013|
|Competition Coach||Nov 2-3, 2013||Juan de Fuca Curling Centre||October 23, 2013|
Once fully certified, this coach will be eligible to coach at playdowns, provincials, nationals & at the BC Winter Games.
** Old Coaching Certification must be transferred to the NEW system by 2014 to avoid having it expire **
Level 3 Certification
The Level 3Technical workshop is for coaches working with advanced curlers preparing to enter national competitions. These High Performance athletes are coached to refine advanced skills and tactics. The Canadian Curling Association is in the process of updating the Level 3 components. The current prerequisite for this workshop is Competition Coach Certified. Contact Elisabeth Walker-Young (ac.cblrucnull@gnuoyreklawe or 604-333-3622) to be added to the contact list for updates on future Level 3 technical and practical updates.
Level 3 certification consists of three components: theory (multi-sport), technical (sport specific), and practical (involving instructional or coaching experience).
Level 3 Theory (multi-sport)
In order to become Level 3 Certified coaches must also compete 4 of the following 6 Competition-Development Modules offered through Coaches BC:
- Coaching and Leadership Effectively
- Developing Athletic Ability
- Leading Drug-free Sport
- Managing Conflict
- Prevention and Recovery
- Psychology of Performance