NCCP Professional Development

Ringette Canada has announced their new Professional Development program for the Canadian Ringette Championships, starting with the 2018 CRCs in Winnipeg, Manitoba. All coaches that have completed their Competition Introduction Certifications (evaluation) prior to May 2017, and will be coaching at the 2018 Canadian Ringette Championships, will be required to complete ONE Competition Development Multi-Sport Module. These modules include: Developing Athletic Abilities, Coaching and Leading Effectively, Prevention and Recovery, Managing Conflict, Leading a Drug-Free Sport, and Psychology of Performance. Available courses are updated regularly on the Calendar of the Locker: nccp.coach.ca/calendar, and registration can be completed online through your Locker profile. If you do not know your NCCP # and password, click here.

Read the full Ringette Canada Memo

Starting January 1st, 2014, Ringette Canada will comply with the Coaches Association of Canada’s (CAC) NCCP Professional Development policy and procedures. Ringette coaches will be required to complete Professional Development in a five year cycle. All Development will be monitored on the CAC Locker.

Certification and transcript information can also be found at nccp.coach.ca.

NCCP Professional Developement – FAQ

Professional Developement Activity chart

Coaches will receive 1 PD point per year for active coaching. These points need to be SELF-DECLARED. To declare your active coaching:

Log in to The Locker
Under your profile, click CERTIFICATION on the menu tab
Click the Self-Report Whistle on the left hand side
Record Active Status

 E-Learning Modules are Offered for Coaches to earn PD points and learn about important topics.
You can now taking Making Headway in Sport, an online concussion module, for FREE, worth 5 PD points
LINK: http://coach.ca/making-head-way-concussion-elearning-series-p153487

 Associations are able to run Professional Development courses for their coaches, please send a description of the course to Caleigh Shaw, following the completion of the course, associations/coaching directors are responsible for submitting a completed Coach Attendance Form, before the points will be awarded to the Locker.