Mailing Address: 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3B 2Z6

Coaching Programs (NCCP)

Mandate

To oversee the development, communication and implementation of NCCP programs in the province of Manitoba and to provide developmental support to instructors not covered in style-specific instructor training.

Official NCCP certification training for all current levels is offered, please see the calendar for workshops dates.

What Is The NCCP?

NCCP is the National coaching Certification Program used to help coaches do the best job they can in coaching students in their specific discipline.

NCCP workshops are designed for all types of coaches. Whether you’re thinking about coaching your child’s community team, or you’re already the head coach of a national team, the NCCP has workshops to meet your needs. Click here for an overview of the NCCP model

NCCP has three courses for karate coaches/instructors that provide insight in teaching and assisting the learning of students. Karate Manitoba offers continued ongoing training seminars and certification for members who are interested in obtaining their certification.

Coaching Manitoba offers the NCCP course modules.

Coaching Manitoba’s NCCP Course Schedule

April 2019 – June 2019
All courses will be held in Winnipeg
To register and pay online, click here to visit The Locker

  • Coaching and Leading Effectively – April 5 & 6
  • Making Ethical Decisions – April 7
  • Manage a Sport Program – April 14
  • Performance Planning – April 26 & 27
  • *Making Ethical Decisions – April 28 ONLINE CLASSROOM
  • Prevention and Recovery – May 1 & 2
  • Making Ethical Decisions – May 22
  • Psychology of Performance – May 28 & 29
  • Leading Drug-Free Sport – June 2

For more information, please contact:
Hailey Unger
Coach Education Coordinator
204-925-5913
hailey.unger@sportmanitoba.ca

*The Making Ethical Decisions course is available province-wide, however, participants must have their own computer with a built-in microphone or headset and working speakers. Tablets and cellphones will not work.  Coaches must attend and participate for the full duration of the workshop to receive credit for the Making Ethical Decisions module. In Winnipeg, inside the Canada Games Sport for Life Centre (145 Pacific Avenue), the Paul Robson Resource Centre for Leadership and Coaching has computers and equipment required to take this course. Please contact the Resource Centre at 204-925-5692 for more information and availability.

Click here for the Introduction to Competition Modules Schedule

Click here for the Fall Competition Development Modules Schedule

Who Can Participate?

Whether you are a dojo head, instructor, athlete, student, these workshops are open to all. Seminars will help you understand the WKF rules.

The WKF (World Karate Federation) International rules of competition are applied at the Pan American and World Games, as well as Continental and WKF championships, and will be applied should Karate become an Olympic event. As a member of Karate Canada, Karate Manitoba is implementing these rules and invites all those involved with Karate in this province to participate regardless of experience. Sessions will provide access to national certification and be practical and interactive. Karate Manitoba is committed to providing the highest quality and continues to bring in national and internationally accredited NCCP instructors.

Respect in Sport

Sport Manitoba believes in being proactive in ensuring sport in our province is safe and welcoming for all participants. Respect in Sport (RiS) helps us promote those values through a simple and convenient online training course for coaches and sport leaders. It is designed as a tool to assist coaches in identifying and dealing with abuse, neglect, harassment, and bullying in sport.

RiS is a required online training program for all coaches registered with a Provincial Sport Organization in Manitoba…learn more about RiS. Sport Manitoba recently launched mandatory recertification for coaches every five years…learn more about recertification.