CURLSASK offers coach courses structured by Coaching Association of Canada in association with Curling Canada, of which CURLSASK is a member. Those courses are part of the NCCP program. The courses are offered on demand in any region of Saskatchewan with a minimum of 8 participants.

Club Coach Youth

You may already coach at the community level or you’re thinking about coaching. Often, you’re a parent whose child is involved in sport, or a volunteer who works with participants…

Club Coach

Coaches who take this two day workshop will become a Trained Club Coach. This is a program designed to enhance the skill set of the coach and instructor who function…

Competition Coach

Coaches who complete the process will become Certified Competition Coach. The coaches will be able to prepare a team to compete in regional and provincial competitions. They will be proficient at…

Competition Development Coach

This program is designed to assist the coach in taking their teams to the next level of provincial, national or international play.  This workshop focuses on the planning, strategy, analysis…

Respect in Sport (RiS)

Respect in Sport (RiS) is an online educational program to assist coaches and sport leaders in identifying abuse, bullying, harassment and neglect in sport. Sask Sport Inc., along with the…

National Coaching Certification Program

Launched in 1974, the National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) is the CAC’s flagship program, and has been identified as a world leader in coach education. It is currently the largest adult continuing education program in Canada. The NCCP gives coaches the confidence to succeed and is designed & delivered in partnership with the government of Canada, provincial/territorial governments, and national/provincial/territorial sport organizations.

Every coach who completes a NCCP training session/course will see it added to his profile in the Locker (NCCP registry). This training is recognized Canada-wide.

To consult your profile in the NCCP Locker:

  • Go to coach.ca
  • Click on “public transcript” at the top right
  • Enter your last name
  • Enter your NCCP #

To modify the information on your NCCP profile:

  • Go to coach.ca
  • Click on “the locker” at the top right
  • Enter your NCCP # or your e-mail address and your password

Note: if you do not know your NCCP number, contact us at curling@curlsask.ca. Please provide your name, address and birthdate.