NCCP Instructor Beginner 

Instructor Beginner Clinics are designed to be presented to athletes and coaches from other sports and participants from the health and fitness sector wishing to use Olympic weightlifting skills to improve their performance.

 

This 2-day workshop can be tailored to any age range, and is offered in both a weightlifting training hall and classroom setting. Participants will ultimately learn proper weightlifting skills and techniques, as well as learn how to assist athletes in their lifts. These clinics will be tailored to each sport. 

NCCP Competition Introduction

This is the first step to being certified to be able to coach athletes at OWA-sanctioned events.   

 

In this course, you will learn the fundamentals of teaching weightlifting technique to athletes of different levels. It will prepare you to coach an athlete through a competition and go through the logistics of a sanctioned weightlifting event.  

*Mandatory certification for coaches at Elite competitions. 

NCCP Competition Introduction Evaluation

This evaluation is intended for those who have attended and completed the “NCCP Competition Introduction” technical course.

 

Prerequisites: 

  • "Trained" in their NCCP profile.

  • Actively coaching a minimum of 1 new athlete to the sport of weightlifting. Athletes who have competed before will not be accepted as your athlete as part of the practical evaluation process.

  • Completed the NCCP Make Ethical Decisions online evaluation.

NCCP Competition Development Course

This course is intended for coaches who want to coach at the national level in the sport of Olympic weightlifting.

Prerequisites:

  • NCCP Competition Introduction Certified, or if you became certified under the old system, you must be Level 1 certified. 

NCCP Competition Development Evaluation

This is for coaches who have completed the necessary requirements and is eligible to register to be evaluated. Evaluations only takes place at Junior or Senior Canadian Championships.

Prerequisites:

  • NCCP Competition Introduction Certified, or if you became certified under the old system, you must be Level 1 certified. 

  • NCCP Competition Development course

  • NCCP online evaluations: Make Ethical Decisions, Managing Conflict and Leading Drug-Free Sport Online Evaluation

  • Actively coaching for a minimum of one year since becoming Competition Introduction Certified.

Upcoming Events

Variety Village October Open - October 31, 2020
Variety Village, Toronto, ON

NCCP Competition Introduction - Weightlifting
Valeo Athletics, Nepean, ON *SOLD OUT*

Richard Borden Memorial Open & Qualifier - November 7, 2020

Delta Hotels & Conference Centre, Guelph, ON

2019/2020 Ontario Club Challenge #4

- November 6 - 8, 2020

at participating clubs

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