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NCCP: Training To Race (Online)

Date

Nov. 2, 2020 @ 4:00 pm - Jan. 15, 2021 @ 6:00 pm

Event Cost
$150

Event Information

Training To Race

The 14-hour module is part of the Comp-Intro pathway is designed for all head club coaches and business owners who are responsible for facilitating team fitness plans, specifically for ages 14+.

This module includes 6x 2-hour evening calls plus pre-requisites and homework.  The module is facilitated using Telus Business Connect (Zoom) and participants must be ready to participate fully.

Please note, effective April 2021, all Cycling BC youth clubs are expected to employ at least Comp-Intro “certified” coach. This module is the final step before submitting your portfolio and seeking certification. Learn more about the NCCP here.

Topics include:

  • Cycling Key Performance Indicators
  • Physiology
  • Annual Training Plans
  • Basic Mental Skills
  • Supporting athletes in competition

Schedule:

  • Nov. 2    4:00 pm – 6:00 pm PST
  • Nov. 5    4:00 pm – 6:00 pm PST
  • Nov. 9    4:00 pm – 6:00 pm PST
  • Nov. 12   4:00 pm – 6:00 pm PST
  • Nov. 16   4:00 pm – 6:00 pm PST
  • Nov. 19   4:00 pm – 6:00 pm PST

Registration closes at least 72 hours before the event start.

Pre-Requisites:

  • Foundations
  • Emergency Action Plan
  • Making Ethical Decisions + Quiz
  • Basic Skills
  • ST Theory (or Training Basics)
  • ST Practical
  • Nutrition

Please ensure that your Comp-Intro Portfolio is complete up to the beginning of the “Training to Race” section.  To complete the above pre-requisites, navigate to our coach reg portal @ cyclingbc.net/coachreg. If you have questions about how this new module and the pre-requisites correspond with courses you have completed in the past, please contact coaching@cyclingbc.net.

Additional Notes:

This course is limited to participants aged 16+.  However, Cycling BC members aged 15+ can apply for special consideration. Email us to apply.

 

Who is a “Competition-Introduction” Coach?

A Comp-Intro Coach wants to train and support athletes who are interested in participating in youth club programs or adult recreational clubs that may or may not involve local and provincial competitions or gran fondos. Coaches are focused on building discipline-specific skills & tactics and daily routines that help athletes prepare and complete a goal event or full season.

In relation to the Sport for Life Long-Term Development Model, the Comp-Intro pathway is designed for coaches who wish to support club riders all ages, including:

  • Children new to a P/TSO-registered youth club (U13 Learn to Train)
  • Teens who enjoy and pursue cycling as a primary activity (U17 Train to Train)
  • Recreational and commuting adults (Active for Life)
  • Gran fondo participants and age-group competitors (Competitive For Life)

Learn more about the NCCP here.