We Can’t Stop Celebrating Coaches in Ontario!
September 23rd – 30th, 2017 marks the third annual National Coaches Week (12th Coaches Week in Ontario) asking Canadians join together to celebrate the tremendous positive impact coaches have on athletes and communities.
Kicking-off the week will be the Ontario Coaching Excellence Awards, which will be held on Saturday, September 23rd in Toronto. This years Award Winners will be honoured at the Innis Town Hall Theatre located at 2 Sussex Ave, Toronto. The event will feature a light breakfast beginning at 8:30am followed by the awards presentations at 9:30am and hosted by a special surprise guest!
In celebration of National Coaches Week in Ontario this year, the Coaches Association of Ontario (CAO) has partnering with 5 host communities from across the province to deliver NCCP Community Clinics, which aims to recruit, develop, educate and celebrate community volunteer coaches! These NCCP Community Clinics offer a full weekend of community-level coach development and training offered at SUPER discounted Rates ($10-$50)! The NCCP Community Clinics for National Coaches Week in Ontario 2017 are:
Variety Village – Scarborough, ON – Sept 22nd-24th
Hosting Fundamental Movement Skills, Make Ethical Decisions, Athletics, and Table Tennis Workshops
City of Thunder Bay Recreation & Culture Division – Thunder Bay, ON – Sept 22nd-24th
Hosting Fundamental Movement Skills, Competition Introduction Modules, and Hockey Workshops
Abilities Centre – Whitby, ON – Sept 29th- Oct 1st
Hosting Fundamental Movement Skills, Basketball, Rugby and Boccia Workshops
Renfrew Parks and Recreation – Renfrew, ON – Sept 29th – Oct 1st
Hosting Fundamental Movement Skills, Make Ethical Decisions, and Gymnastics Workshops
The City of Barrie Recreation Services – Barrie, ON – Sept 29th – Oct 1st
Hosting Fundamental Movement Skills, Competition Introduction Modules, Swimming and Weightlifting Workshops
PLUS Online Make Ethical Decision module and many other events!
The program to recruit Ontario’s Coaching Future. The Coaches Helping Coaches Program embodies the CAO’s “Coaches Helping Coaches” philosophy by offering encouragement, support and recognition to coaches in the community that actively mentor and develop the newer coaches.