NCCP FMS Coach Professional Development

 

Based upon the fundamental stages of the Canadian Sport for Life model of long-term athlete development, this workshop explores core NCCP themes such as fair play, safety responsibility, and communication with an innovative skill development process. Participants are given the opportunity to practice strategies to imporve fundamental movement skills such as throwing, hopping, skipping, jumping, kicking, striking, balancing, catching, and agility.

 
 
 
 

NCCP FMS Coach Professional Development

Target:

  • Coaches and Instructors with previous NCCP training or certification

Objective:

The goal of this NCCP Fundamental Movement Skills (FMS) Workshop is to expose participants to a process that will teach and improve fundamental movement skills for children. The 3-hour Coach Professional Development Workshop focuses solely on the identification and improvement of fundamental movement skills that are the foundation of solid sport specific skills. The workshop format offers participants many opportunities to assess and improve their analysis of fundamental movement skills.

The Workshop is part of the National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP), a training and certification program offered in over 66 sports in Canada. More than 1,000,000 coaches and sport leaders have taken part in training, education, and certification activities offered by the NCCP since its inception in 1974. The National Coaching Certification Program is a collaborative program of the government of Canada, provincial/territorial governments, national/provincial/territorial sport organizations, and the Coaching Association of Canada.

Material Available:

  • Coach Workbooks
  • Reference Material
  • Learning Facilitator Guides
  • DVD of all fundamental movement skills

Contact:

For more information on the NCCP FMS Coach Professional Development Workshop, please contact your Provincial/Territorial Coaching Representative (PTCR).


 
 
 
 
 

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