Karate Canada offers the following NCCP workshops.
Junior Dojo Instructor: This weekend workshop is tailored for coaches of athletes aged 16 and up who wish to equip themselves with fundamental karate coaching knowledge. The workshop focuses on planning, safety, basic teaching and learning theory, as well as preparing coaches to analyze karate skills.
NOTE: Must be a karate brown belt to take this course.
Competition Introduction: Intended for coaches who want to enhance their repertoire of karate skills and possibly enter their athletes into competition, this weekend workshop is a good introduction to the competitive environment of the sport. Coaches will learn in-depth planning, supporting and improving athlete competition skills, and a detailed overview of the rules governing karate competitive settings.
NOTE: The Junior Dojo Instructor course is a pre-requisite to the Competition Introduction course. Coaches must also have a black belt in karate.
Provincial Coach: For senior level coaches working with provincial and national Team athletes, this mix of multisport and karate specific modules will provide well-rounded training for developing competitive athletes. Participants will learn to manage a competitive sport program, effectively deal with sport psychology and ethical issues, as well as learn to analyze and evaluate skill and performance.
NOTE: The Competition Introduction course is a pre-requisite to the Provincial Coach workshop. Coaches must also have a karate black belt at the appropriate Dan.
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