Bowls Canada is piloting a course on Sunday, April 12th for a Performance Coach (NCCP Competition - Development) and has asked us to inform our coaches to consider attending.
What is Performance Coach and who is it for?
Performance Coach (NCCP Competition - Development) is for:
· Coaches of athletes who are of intermediate and advanced skill levels and who want to compete successfully at the national level
· Coaches of athletes in Provincial and National tournament competitions.
· Coaches of athletes wishing to compete internationally.
Sunday April 12th, 2015 Location:
West Northumberland Curling Club - Cobourg, Ontario Description:
The workshop will focus on the analysis of Technical and Tactical bowls performance as it pertains to competition at a provincial and national level. Each participant will receive "In Training" status upon completion of the Performance Coach course. Coaches will need to complete the multi-sport workshops listed in the Performance Coach pathway (attached) to receive a “Trained” status. Learning Facilitator:
If you have coaches that are coaching at the level described above and you feel might benefit from this training (at their own cost), please contact Bowls Canada. Space is limited and will be reserved on a “first come first served” basis. Bowls Canada will provide the coaching material free of charge and their will be no course fee. As this workshop falls within the NCCP Competition-Development context, many provincial coaching associations offer coach grants and subsidies to attend a workshop out of province.
- If you have never been to a lawn bowling club, are just looking for more information about lawn bowling or trying to find out what all the fuss is about, then you should check out this great presentation that was put together by Bill Rogers for the Ontario Lawn Bowls Association.