CAS is a provincial partner to the Coaching Association of Canada (CAC) and acts as a liaison to CAC about coaching issues, programs and development in Saskatchewan.

Everyone deserves a qualified coach

Mission
To strengthen the knowledge and skill development of all Saskatchewan coaches through superior service in programming.

Vision
To be a Canadian leader in coach development through collaboration, innovation and quality education opportunities.

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Purpose

The Coaches Association of Saskatchewan (CAS) is a professional organization of coaches of all levels that works to help develop, training and maintain credentials for coaches in the province through collaboration, innovation and quality education. CAS is a membership organization managed by a volunteer board of directors representing all aspects of coaching.

History

CAS was incorporated as a provincial non-profit organization in 1990 and its purpose was to act as a representative voice for coaches in Saskatchewan. In 1993, CAS’s role expanded to act as the province’s representative body for coaching and at that time took on the promotion, administration and delivery of the NCCP multi-sport modules (Theory) in Saskatchewan. By 1997, the association’s role had expanded to include all levels of coaching and initiatives related to coach development.

As a member of Sask Sport, CAS is eligible to receive funding from Sask Lotteries. Lottery-supported grants, along with revenue from classes and workshops, help CAS to cover administrative costs and deliver coaching programs and services across Saskatchewan.

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