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This year, #CoachesWeek is September 21-29, 2019. The Coaches Association of Saskatchewan celebrates the positive impact that coaches have on athletes and communities across the province, and invite you to participate by saying #ThanksCoach to the coaches who make a difference in your sport and community.

Saskatchewan Female Sport Leaders PD Opportunity

Event: Bison Transport Sport LeadHERship Conference
Event Timing: October 4-5, 2019
Event Address: Lakeview Gimli Resort

Coaches Association of Saskatchewan (CAS) and Canadian Sport Centre Saskatchewan (CSCS) are supporting ten (10) female sport leaders (coaches, administrators, or students) to attend this incredible Leadership development opportunity in Gimli, Manitoba!

Successful applicants will receive FREE registration, transportation and accommodation.

Participants will leave from Regina on Friday, October 4th at 10:00am and return the evening of Saturday, October 5th.

Deadline to apply is September 20, 2019 at 4:30 pm.

National Indigenous Coaching Awards
Nominate Now

Nominations are now being accepted for the National Indigenous Coaching Awards presented by the Aboriginal Sport Circle in partnership with the Coaching Association of Canada.

The awards honour the accomplishments of a coach within a given program year (September 1 to August 31). Applicants must meet the following criteria to be eligible:

  • Applicants must be Indigenous (First Nations, Inuit, Metis)
  • Applicants must be active within the year of nomination (September 1, 2018 - August 31, 2019)
  • Applications must demonstrate sportsmanship, fair play and ethics in sport

Nomination deadline is September 13 at 11:59 pm EST.

2018 Saskatchewan Coaching Awards

Andrea Wolf
Female Coach Dedication Award
Kaspar Wirz
Para Nordic Skiing
Male Coach Dedication Award
Udo Baecker
Male Coach Dedication Award
Tom Sargeant
Coach of the Year

Congratulations on being chosen as the recipients of the 2018 Saskatchewan Coaching Awards.

To see all of the outstanding 2018 Saskatchewan Sport Awards Recipients, click HERE.

Coaches Association of Canada launched Coaches Kitchen

Recipe Videos for Sport Performance to provide coaches and parents with recipes that will support the dietary needs of their athletes. The recipe videos offer ideas on what to eat and drink before, during, and after training or competition in order to enhance performance. The 24 recipes have been assembled by Angela Dufour, Nutritionist at the Canadian Sport Centre Atlantic and Performance Dietitian with Team Canada at the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics. >> Recipes

NCCP Fundamental Movement Skills

In developing and teaching a child, we break down simple skills into key components to help the child learn and understand. Given the opportunity to learn a wide range of physical skills, children acquire the basic building blocks for the competence, confidence and motivation to try many physical activities and sports.

Learn to improve the fundamental movement skills in participants through the NCCP Fundamental Movement Skills Workshop, presented by TeamSnap!

For more information, please visit www.coach.ca/fms

Aboriginal Coaching Module

If you work with, or supervise youth of Aboriginal heritage, this workshop is an essential resource. If you wish to understand, relate to, and apply Aboriginal cultural perspectives that will allow you to motivate, inspire, and lead those youth towards a successful and meaningful lifestyle, this workshop was designed for you.

This interactive workshop is available to both Aboriginal and mainstream organizations who have Aboriginal youth in their sport.

For more information on this program, click HERE.

To ensure that all athletes experience a positive, safe, and inclusive sport experience, the Coaching Association of Canada (CAC) has developed the National Coaching Certification Program's (NCCP) Coaching Athletes with a Disability eLearning module. This eLearning module provides coaches the knowledge to deliver quality, positive sport experience for athletes with behavioural, intellectual, physical and sensory disabilities.

The Respect in Sport program is a requirement for all coaches that are members of a Provincial Sport Governing Body. The Respect in Sport program will be used to train your organizations' personnel and leaders to recognize, understand and respond to issues of bullying, harassment, abuse and neglect. It may be the single most important training your leaders can eceive to create a safer, healthier, and more positive environment for our athletes! >> RiS for Coaches

What Courses do I Need to Coach?
There are over 850 NCCP workshops available at every level of sport - from 3-hour online introductory workshops, to weekend workshops for intermediate coaches, to intensive yearly training programs for advanced coaches. Find out what NCCP training your sport requires by clicking on the button below.


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