Certification

NCCP The National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) was developed by Coaching Association of Canada and its partners to give coaches additional guidance and support. The NCCP is comprised of three streams and a total of eight contexts, each with its own coaching requirements.
Kidz 1st ? in mind & action   HIGH FIVE ® is Canada’s only comprehensive quality assurance process for children’s recreation and sport programs. Using a systematic approach to quality assurance, HIGH FIVE® is designed to promote the healthy development of children 6-12 years. Based upon principles of healthy child development, HIGH FIVE® combines training, assessment, tools, resources, public education and collaboration to ensure children have the best possible sport and recreation experiences.
coach.ca   Fundamental Movement Skills are based on the Canadian Sport for Life model of long-term athlete development. This NCCP workshop explores the themes of fair play, safety responsibility, and communication. The goal is to expose participants to an innovative process that will help them teach Fundamental Movement Skills (FMS) like throwing, hopping, jumping, kicking, striking, balancing, catching, and agility to children.
 St John Ambulance  St John Ambulance is widely recognized as the industry leader in First Aid and CPR training with a proven combination of professional trainers, personalized instruction, how-to videos and learn-as-you-go training guides. Developed to comply with industry health and safety regulations, workplace programs are designed with your needs in mind.
 logoEGTP  Everybody Gets to Play is a Canada-wide initiative led by the Canadian Parks and Recreation Association (CPRA) to make recreation more accessible for low-income children and their families.
 Tumblebugs  Tumblebugs is an introductory program for basic movement and modified gymnastics that is fun, safe, inclusive and developmentally appropriate for 3 ½ to 5-year-old children in early childhood settings. The consistent and progressive activity plans include both active and quiet segments with directed and exploratory learning.

 

 

The National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) was developed by Coaching Association of Canada and its partners to give coaches additional guidance and support. The NCCP is comprised of three streams and a total of eight contexts, each with its own coaching requirements.

HIGH FIVE ® is Canada’s only comprehensive quality assurance process for children’s recreation and sport programs. Using a systematic approach to quality assurance, HIGH FIVE® is designed to promote the healthy development of children 6-12 years. Based upon principles of healthy child development, HIGH FIVE® combines training, assessment, tools, resources, public education and collaboration to ensure children have the best possible sport and recreation experiences.

Fundamental Movement Skills are based on the Canadian Sport for Life model of long-term athlete development. This NCCP workshop explores the themes of fair play, safety responsibility, and communication. The goal is to expose participants to an innovative process that will help them teach Fundamental Movement Skills (FMS) like throwing, hopping, jumping, kicking, striking, balancing, catching, and agility to children.

St John Ambulance is widely recognized as the industry leader in First Aid and CPR training with a proven combination of professional trainers, personalized instruction, how-to videos and learn-as-you-go training guides. Developed to comply with industry health and safety regulations, workplace programs are designed with your needs in mind.

Everybody Gets to Play is a Canada-wide initiative led by the Canadian Parks and Recreation Association (CPRA) to make recreation more accessible for low-income children and their families.

Tumblebugs is an introductory program for basic movement and modified gymnastics that is fun, safe, inclusive and developmentally appropriate for 3 ½ to 5-year-old children in early childhood settings. The consistent and progressive activity plans include both active and quiet segments with directed and exploratory learning.