Football Canada’s National Coaching Certification Program
18 & 19 November 2017 | 0900-1600hrs | South Side Community Centre
Coaches will be taught basic and intermediate skills required to coach offensive, defensive or special teams position skills by an expert coach. The expert coach will also provide drill progressions, and will demonstrate how to incorporate these tools into practice plans.
Upon completing this module, coaches will be able to do the following:
1.Plan a Practice
3.Provide support to athletes in training
4.Make Ethical Decisions (MED)
5.Position-specific technical material
6.Defensive Backs Module
7.Defensive Line Module
9.Ofensive Line Module
12.Running Backs Module
13.Special Teams Position Skills Module
WHY SAFE CONTACT?
We are all aware of how positive the game of football can be for our youth. But like any sport our kids play, it is incumbent on the organizers and coaches to teach young athletes how to play the game safely. That’s why we are encouraging you to participate in Football Canada’s Safe Contact program.
WHAT IS SAFE CONTACT?
An integral part of Football Canada’s National Coaching Certification Program, Safe Contact teaches safe tackling and blocking techniques along with safety education and awareness. Every football player needs to be able to perform the football fundamentals taught in Safe Contact, regardless of what position they play on the field.
BECOMING SAFE CONTACT TRAINED IS AS EASY AS READY-SET-HUT!
Step 1: Take “Making Head Way in Football” e-learning module through coach.ca’s “the locker” (requires free account).
Step 2: Register for upcoming Safe Contact training through provincial association
Step 3: Take Safe Contact course
$230 NON CAC
For more information, please contact Jesse Cassista, Youth Sports Supervisor, at 613-687-2833 or EMAIL.