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 and program management needed to improve your team’s performance. Coaches should be actively working with a “Training to Compete” level team during this program  There is a small wheelchair curling component, so coaches working with athletes with a disability would also benefit from this program.

NCCP Competition – Development

The Competition – Development context is designed for coaches of athletes ranging from the Train to Train to the Train to Compete stages of long-term athlete development.

The Multi-sport modules that are available for this context are:

  • Advanced Practice Planning
  • Coaching and Leading Effectively
  • Developing Athletic Abilities
  • Leading Drug Free Sport
  • Manage a Sport Program
  • Managing Conflict
  • Performance Planning
  • Prevention and Recovery
  • Psychology of Performance
Team Saskatchewan skip Sherry Anderson third Kourtney Fesser talk through a shot in draw four action at the 2018 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, the Canadian Womens Curling Championships, the South Okanagan Events Centre, Penticton, British Columbia