Coaching (NCCP)

Athlete & Coach Development Progression

Athlete Age LTAD Stage NCCP Context Notes
0-6 Active Start
(AS)
Intro to Community Coaching (ICC)
(see “Coach Development Progression” for details)
Prerequisite: 16 years or older.
For: ALL coaches
Next step: CC or L2T
6-9 males
6-8 females
FUNdamentals
(FUN)
Community Coaching
(CC)

(see “Coach Development Progression” for details)
Prerequisite: ICC
For: coaching 0-9 year olds, assistant coach 9-16 year olds.
Next step: L2T
9-12 males
8-11 females
Learning to Train
(L2T)
Competition Coaching Introduction (CCI – L2T)
(see “Coach Development Progression” for details)
Prerequisite: ICC
For: Coaching 0-16 year olds
Next step: T2T
12-16 males
11-15 females
Training to Train
(T2T)
Competition Coaching Introduction Advanced (CCI-advanced – T2T)
(see “Coach Development Progression” for details)
Prerequisite: L2T
For: Coaching 0-16 year olds
Next step: CCD (“Comp Dev”)
16-20 +/- males
15-19 +/- females
Learning to Compete
(L2C)
Competition Coaching Development (CCD)
(see “Coach Development Progression” for details)
Prerequisite: T2T certified 
For: Coaching 0-20 year olds. Canada Winter Games team coach
Next step: CDAG
20-23 +/- males
19-23 +/- females
Training to Compete
(T2C)
Competition Coaching Development – Advanced Gradation (CDAG)
(see “Coach Development Progression” for details)
National Ski Team Assistant Coach.
See link for details.
23 +/- males
23 +/- females
Training to Win
(T2W)
Competition Coaching High Performance (CCHP)
(see “Coach Development Progression” for details)
National Ski Team Coach.
See link for details.


National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP)

Coaching workshops are mandatory for people interested in coaching club athletes from Jackrabbits to High Performance. Why is coach training mandatory?

“Every athlete is entitled to competent coaching”

 


Respect in Sport – Every coach in Manitoba MUST complete this online certification course (every 5 years).


More Coaching Resources


Sport Support Line – 1-877-737-9875 For Abuse, Harassment, Bullying or Hazing in Sport
Our toll-free sport support line is responded to 365 days of the year. In Manitoba, the law requires that anyone who suspects a child may be in danger must report their concerns. The Sport Support Line can assist you in making that report. For any suspected incidents of abuse, harassment, bullying, and hazing, call 1-877-737-9875 immediately. 

Our sport organization pledges to align our practices with Phase 1 of the Responsible Coaching Movement and is committed to ensuring that our athletes and coaches are protected.


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