At ISCA, we support the development of coach and coach training. For more information on becoming a coach, please contact us.
>> Aboriginal Coaching Manual
The role of a coach is more than the teaching of skills, planning of practices, or motivating athletes. As a coach, you are also entrusted with the care, encouragement and support of young people in the Aboriginal community.
It is important to understand that you are more than just a coach and sport is more than a game. As a coach, you have an overall responsibility to instill:
- A lifelong love of sport and physical activity
- The value of fair play
- A respect for others
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|Coach Training and Development - NCCP
By learning how to become a coach, you can provide a positive experience for others and for yourself. Coaches represent many different roles to many different people. Coaches are viewed as teachers, mentors, role models, friends, and as leaders in the community. Coaches contribute to the community, have an enormous effect on the development of our youth, and participate in a great learning experience.
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>> NCCP - Calling all coaches