This workshop is the replacement to the Level 3 Certification, and as a coach you will be required to be certified at this level if you are wanting to coach at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts and/or Tim Hortons Brier!

Event Details

Date: April 12-15, 2018 (Proposed Agenda: Thursday 9 am-9 pmFriday and Saturday 9 am-6 pmSunday 8 am-12 pm)

Location: Nutana Curling Club, 2002 Arlington Avenue Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7J 2H5

Cost: Training Program Fee: $450.00 (Payable upon registration), Evaluation Fees $150.00 x 2 (Payable at time of evaluation)

Prerequisites: Coaches should be certified Level 2 in the old Levels system or Certified Competition Coach. Exceptions may be possible for coaches who are certified in other sports, or competitive players entering the coaching world. REGISTRATION DEADLINEMarch 30, 2018***Minimum participant numbers must be met for this workshop to run.


*Any questions regarding this new workshop, please email  


Please CLICK HERE for Registration form and more detailed information on the workshop.


*Any questions regarding your NCCP Coaching Status, please visit The Locker.


We hope all coaches will take advantage of this amazing opportunity as it is only being offered in two locations across the country this curling season!! Limited spots will be available.



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

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

2018 Winter Schedule

Dates Module City
February 23 & 24 Developing Athletics Abilities Saskatoon
February 25 Psychology of Performance Saskatoon
March 2 Manage a Sport Program Regina
March 3 Performance Planning Regina
March 4 Advanced Practice Planning Regina
March 17 Prevention and Recovery Regina
March 25 Leading Drug Free Sport Saskatoon
March 25 Managing Conflict Saskatoon
April 14 Psychology of Performance Regina
April 15 Leading Drug Free Sport Regina
April 15 Managing Conflict Regina
April 20 & 21 Coaching and Leading Effectively Saskatoon
April 27 Manage a Sport Program Saskatoon
April 27 & 28 Developing Athletics Abilities Regina
April 28 & 29 Performance Planning Saskatoon
April 29 Advanced Practice Planning Saskatoon
May 5 Prevention and Recovery Saskatoon
May 5 Coaching and Leading Effectively Regina

To register online, visit