Competition Development Multi-Sport Modules

The Manage a Sport Program Module

Monday June 27, 2016 - 9am-12:30pm - Conference Room A - Sport for Life Centre – 145 Pacific Ave

Provides coaches with the opportunity to plan and interact with program budgeting, setting staff and team expectations, arranging team travel, building athlete agreements, and reporting on athlete/team progress.

As coaches begin to take on more responsibility, they are expected to plan and execute tasks that go beyond the delivery of daily training and the management of the daily training environment.

This module is perfect for any club head coach, provincial team coach, aspiring team manager, or technical administrator.

After completing the Manage a Sport Program module, you will be able to:

•manage administrative aspects of the program and oversee logistics;

•manage staff’s roles and responsibilities;

•manage camp and tournament finances and travel; and

•report on athlete progress throughout program.


The Advanced Practice Planning Module

Thursday June 30, 2016 – 9am-12:30pm - Theatre - Sport for Life Centre – 145 Pacific Avenue

Examines the impact of daily training sequencing, and the manipulations that can affect training outcomes.

For individual training sessions to effectively contribute to the overall objectives of an annual training plan, a coach must understand the outcome of each training session and how their cumulative effects will contribute to athletic development.

After completing the Advanced Practice Planning module, you will be able to:•identify the factors that affect practice planning;

•ensure that practice plans are consistent with the microcycles and phases of which they are part;

•sequence exercises in a practice so that their order is consistent with the research on sequencing;

•develop a plan for training athletic abilities over a microcycle;

•develop a plan for training technical and tactical abilities over a microcycle; and

•develop a plan for a microcycle that helps athletes taper before a competition.


For certified coaches - you will receive 5 Professional Development points for each module.

To enroll in this multi-sport coaching module today, please contact Sheldon Reynolds or call 204-925-5913.

Free of charge


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