Frequently Asked Questions
Modules are most often available from February to May (Spring Cohort) and September to November (Autumn Cohort). To learn about requesting a private event, continue reading this FAQ page.
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Registration takes place on either of the following platforms:
To streamline your experience, please visit Cycling BC Coach Registration Portal to begin @ cyclingbc.net/coachreg. Use the dropdown menus to select the appropriate modules for your chosen context.
Once registered, you’ll receive an email with further details and any pre-event homework. Please check your email inbox and junk folders to ensure that your transaction was successful.
Participants seeking a change to their registration should contact Cycling BC as soon as possible. Cancellations and refunds require at least 72-hours notice and non-refundable transaction fees will apply.
Cycling BC delivers modules for the NCCP Community and Competition-Intro (Comp-Intro/Club) contexts. Modules delivered by Cycling BC can be found on the Cycling BC events calendar.
Cycling Canada, viaSport BC, and the Coaching Association of Canada are responsible for delivering modules in the NCCP Competition-Development (Comp-Dev/Performance) context. Please visit the following websites to view their offerings.
Modules, evaluations, and observations are conducted by NCCP Coach Developers designated by Cycling Canada and Cycling BC.
Registered Cycling BC clubs, teams, and affiliated businesses may request a privately scheduled NCCP coach or Ride Leader training module. To schedule an event, we require a minimum fee of $1000 (or 10 participants) and require at least 30 days’ notice (90 days preferred).
To request a date, please contact the Cycling BC NCCP Liaison at [email protected]
14+ years old:
16+ years old:
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Cycling BC’s coach database highlights active Cycling BC members that have achieved NCCP TRAINED or CERTIFIED status and have submitted a criminal record check.