We are currently looking for coaches for the 2020/2021 Season. If you are interested in hearing more about the job description and it’s perks please email email@example.com
The National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) is a coach training and certification program with the objective of developing the abilities of coaches working with athletes at all levels, from the community level through to high-performance sport. Coaching is great opportunity for local skiers to share their passion for Cross Country skiing and gain personal leadership, ski technique, and coaching skills. For a comprehensive overview of NCCP (training, evaluation, certification) for cross country skiing visit the Nordiq Canada website. The Cross Country BC website offers resources for coaches.
Upcoming workshops and courses for the 2020/2021 Season:
Sept 9-12, 2020 NCCP LTC (Dryland) Workshop, Whistler
Sept 11-13, 2020 NCCP T2T (Dryland) Workshop, Whistler
Sept 11-13, 2020 NCCP L2T (Dryland) Workshop, Whistler
Nov 19-22, 2020 NCCP L2C (On snow) Workshop, Whistler
Nov 20-22, 2020 NCCP T2T (On snow) Workshop, Whistler
Nov 21-22, 2020 NCCP CC Workshop, Whistler
Nov 27-29, 2020 NCCP L2T (On snow) Workshop, Whistler
Nov 28-29, 2020 NCCP CC Workshop, Whistler
Dec 4-6, 2020 NCCP L2T (On snow) Workshop, Whistler
Visit the CCBC Coaching Workshop page for the full schedule across BC.
How to become a Coach
Here is a link to help explain how to become a coach.
(1) Initiation into Sport & (2) Intro into Coaching
After completing the 2 modules online, you will be qualified to coach Bunnies (age 5) and can be a helper coach for Jack Rabbits 1-2 (ages 6-8).
Coaches will be reimbursed any costs of coaching courses if they commit to a season of coaching with Whistler Nordics.
Getting close to the action and cheering on athletes at Cross Country races is lots of fun and you can get even more out of race day by volunteering to assist with the event. Roles can be as big or small as you want but they all make the event a success, try your hand at marshaling, counting laps, collecting bibs at the finish line, shepherding skiers at the start line, plunging the timing equipment as each boot crosses the finish line, setting up the event fencing and signs, and handing out hot chocolate to racers… If you are new to volunteering and would like to better understand what you can do at an event Cross Country BC offers a Level 1 Officials workshop through local clubs, minimum age is 16 years. It’s just one day and it will help prepare you for, and inform you about, the volunteer roles at a Cross Country event – many club’s fund the workshop for club members who volunteer, talk with your local club to confirm the arrangement there. Once you’ve volunteered a few times there is a 2 day Level II workshop for volunteer roles with more responsibility and technical knowledge. To learn more about Officials Development visit the Cross Country BC website. Check out the local workshops for 2019-20 in the corridor:
For the full Officials Workshop Schedule in BC visit the Cross Country BC website.