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The National Coaching Certification Program – it begins here!

Coaches are mentors, motivators and leaders. Along with parents and teachers, coaches have a profound impact on the future of our children. It’s a great responsibility, and Canada’s two million coaches embrace it with passion and dedication.

The National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) gives coaches the confidence to succeed. When you take an NCCP workshop, you’ll not only gain sport-specific technical abilities, but also leadership and decision-making skills.

NCCP training will open doors to new opportunities in coaching and in life.

The Coach Initiation in Baseball online module is a first step on your coaching pathway in the NCCP. If you are a new coach or a parent interested in getting involved in coaching, this online module is the perfect way to set yourself up for success.

The Coach Initiation in Baseball online module is designed as an important introduction to the key coaching concepts and educational tools that are the foundation of the NCCP. Coaches will learn the fundamentals of coaching and baseball as it explores topics including long-term athlete development, ethics, coaching motivation, and athlete safety and wellness. Coach Initiation in Baseball includes specific sections to further educate coaches in skill development of young baseball athletes including throwing and receiving, base-running, game strategies, and hitting. The module remains an excellent informational resource for coaches which they can revisit at any time after successful completion of the module.

“We are pleased to launch an enhanced version of the online initiation module for baseball coaches, in collaboration with the Coaching Association of Canada,” said André Lachance, Business and Sport Development Director with Baseball Canada. “This new version will promote learning through greater interaction, making the experience even more positive. This module will prepare coaches for the various clinics offered by Baseball Canada within the NCCP and will offer them a multitude of resources to make their coaching experience even more positive.”

“The Coaching Association of Canada and Baseball Canada are proud to present this updated version of the Coach Initiation in Baseball learning module as an excellent resource and introduction to the NCCP for the next generation of baseball coaches,” said Lorraine Lafrenière, Chief Executive Officer of the CAC. “We look forward to sharing the multi-sport component of the training module later this year as a beneficial first step for new coaches or parents interested in getting involved in coaching, whichever the sport they’re involved in.”

Access this fundamental resource, which will take approximately 2 hours or less to complete, for only $37.45 on Baseball Canada’s website by clicking below & then clicking the “REGISTER NOW” button.

(Please note: all coaches must complete this Initiation module prior to taking any other NCCP baseball clinics.)

 

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For Certified Coaches ONLY

All Baseball Canada coaches certified in the National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) have three years to accumulate professional development points in order to maintain certification. For Regional and Provincial coaches, 12 points are required, and 18 points are needed to maintain certification at the Competition Development context.
 
The first three-year cycle for baseball coaches is scheduled to end on December 31, 2015. The Coaching Association of Canada (CAC) launched their certification period one year after Baseball Canada, therefore, we will extend the first cycle by one year in order to align with the CAC timelines.
 
Therefore, all coaches with a certification expiry date of December 31, 2015 will get a one-year extension to December 31, 2016. Our system will soon show the new expiry date on your profile, and there is no required action on your part. You can visit your profile at nccp.baseball.ca.

All newly Certified Coaches will begin their 3 year Professional Development cycle from the date of “Certification”.
 
We thank you for your continued involvement in coaching baseball and serving our athletes across Canada. If you require more information, please contact Baseball Canada at coach@baseball.ca

 

Baseball Canada unveils coaching video series and online platform

OTTAWA- Baseball Canada is pleased to announce a new instructional video series available to all members of our National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP). The instructional videos are accompanied by a new video blog (Vlog) series available on our brand new platform, baseballcanadacoaches.ca.

Featuring former big leaguer Joe Siddall along with former National Team player Marc Griffin, the instructional videos cover all aspects of the game of baseball including fielding ground balls, throwing mechanics, hitting load, leads and proper sliding techniques. Topics such as choosing the right size bat, proper tee height and Rally Cap evaluation are just some of the many items discussed in the vlog series.

“We are very excited to launch this video series and host it on a brand new platform,” said Baseball Canada’s Director of Sport Development, André Lachance. “Joe and Marc do a tremendous job as instructors to provide coaches with the information and knowledge that will benefit them and ultimately the athletes they coach. The vlogs act as an additional resource for coaches on topics where information might be harder to come by.”

All of the videos are available to our NCCP members at baseballcanadacoaches.ca

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