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NCCP Coaching Clinic

Field Hockey Alberta is very pleased to announce our upcoming NCCP Competition Introduction Clinic!

Participants will earn NCCP experience and work towards being ‘Trained” in either the Comp Intro: Learn to Train categories.

Session Details: This is a course is open for everyone to learn.  Is is an excellent opportunity for club, high school and provincial coaches who are working towards coaching certification.  The course is also a fantastic opportunity for parents, young athletes and volunteers who are interested in learning more about field hockey and coaching.  Best of all Field Hockey Alberta is offering this course FREE of charge to all participants!

Date:March 17 & 18, 2018

Time: 9am-4pm
Location: University of Calgary KNB 133

Additional NCCP Courses that may be of interest:
Making Ethical Decisions
Multi-Sport Modules & Courses 

Online Courses:
Concussion eLearning Making Head Way

 

Fill out the form below to register:

NCCP Coaching Course 2018

  • Registrant Information

  • Code of Conduct

  • Athlete, Parent & Coach Code of Conduct

    1. Compete/participate in a spirit of fair play and honesty.

    2. Refrain from using profane, insulting, harassing or otherwise offensive language in the context of the activities of field hockey.

    3. Address fellow athletes, coaches, officials, volunteers, event organizers, spectators and others associated with field hockey in a courteous and respectful manner.

    4. Act in a manner that will bring credit to Field Hockey Community and yourself, both within and outside the competition arena and/or competition area.

    5. Respect an individuals’ dignity; verbal or physical behaviors that constitute harassment or abuse are unacceptable. (Please refer to the Field Hockey Alberta Harassment Policy)

    Parent/Guardian Code of Conduct

    Parents will actively encourage and support the concepts of Field Hockey Alberta at all times. The concepts are:

    1.Respect the rules Respect the opponents Respect the Coaching Staff and Officials and their decisions Maintain control at all times

    2. Parents, friends or relatives are not permitted near the player’s bench during the games.

    3. Parents shall not embarrass their child by yelling at players, coaches, or officials. By showing a positive attitude towards the game and all of its participants, your child will benefit.

    4. Parents should learn the rules of the game and support the officials on and off the field and not criticize the referees in the presence of, or within an earshot of any player(s). This will help the development of the sport. Criticism only hurts the game.

    5. Recognize the importance of “volunteer” coaches, trainers, and managers. Parents shall leave the coaching to the coaching staff. are not to encourage their child to play the game in a manner inconsistent with the team strategies or plans.

    6. Parents shall not use abusive or foul language and any time in the field.

    7. Any violation of this conduct may result in not being allowed in the field while your child/children take part in any practice, game, or tournament.