NCCP Competition Development Multi-Sport Modules are On-line

August 27, 2021


The Canadian Sport Institute Pacific is pleased to offer the NCCP Competition Development modules on line as part of the International Coaching School. The multi-sport modules will be offered on Monday evenings from 6.00pm to 8.30pm starting in September and running through March 2022 and coaches can register for individual modules or take advantage of this program and register for all 8 of the modules available.

We are piloting this program in a weekly format as we have had great success hosting the Comp Dev courses online through over the last two years and we want to grow this program to give more coaches the opportunity to access the multi-sport comp dev materials.

Contact Andrew direct with any questions. Registration is available now through the locker https://thelocker.coach.ca/event/registration/6127  and all the information required is on this LINK (CLICK HERE)

 

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