Triathlon Ontario is hosting an NCCP Community Triathlon Coach Part 1 course, online as part of the Coaches Association of Ontario Virtual Super Clinic.
This course is newly available in an online format, and comprises Part 1 of NCCP Community Triathlon Coach, including the module Coaching Beginner and Age Group Triathletes.
Coaches will cover safety, coaching philosophy, planning workouts, and designing programs for triathletes. Part 1 prepares coaches to complete activity plans and Emergency Action plans in swim, bike, run and transition, which will be used in Part 2.
This Part 1 session is completely online; no sport equipment is required.
As an online course, this session is particularly suited for coaches who are located in remote areas or who would have to travel extensively to attend a course in the 401/400 corridor.
NCCP Community Triathlon Coach is the starting point for triathlon coaches, and completion of Parts 1 and 2 is the primary requirement to run a club, workout, clinic, or camp sanctioned by Triathlon Ontario.
The triathlon coaching pathway has recently been updated, so this is an all-new course featuring new material and an updated practical component.
The full course consists of Part 1 and Part 2. Coaches will need to complete both parts in order to be qualified. Part 2 includes the module Coaching to Events and is delivered a one-day, in-person course. During Part 2, coaches will lead the mini-activities they planned in Part 1.
Though open to all Triathlon Ontario members, this course is one of those in the new Triathlon Community Coaching Pathway. As such, it’s particularly suited for those coaches looking to coach beginner, recreational, and age-group athletes, and those coaches working toward NCCP Community certification.
The outcomes of the NCCP Community Triathlon Coach program are:
- Make Ethical Decisions
- Provide Support to Athletes in Training
- Plan a Practice
- Analyze Performance
- Support the Competitive Experience
- Design a Sport Program
NCCP Community Triathlon Coach Part 1 Details
Dates & Times: Saturday, February 20, 2021: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm, Sunday February 21: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm.
Format: Online, Zoom. Coaches must have the capability to participate meaningfully via the Zoom platform, including a sufficiently-robust internet connection to support video and a reasonably distraction-free environment. A Zoom link will be provided by email prior to the course; coaches are required to perform any installation, troubleshooting, and familiarization with the Zoom platform prior to the course start date. Breakout rooms will be used and coaches are expected to participate in group activities and complete tasks.
Facilitator: Winston To.
Course Length: 8 hrs. (Part 1)
Cost: $5.00 (Special price courtesy Coaches Association of Ontario)
Membership: 2021 Triathlon Ontario membership is required.