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NCCP: Club Theory A (Skills & Tactics Theory) FRENCH

Date

January 17, 2022 @ 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Event Cost
$75

Event Information

Club Theory A

This module is officially titled: NCCP Ready to Race! Introduction to Competition Skills & Tactics Theory in the Coaches Association of Canada LOCKER system.

The module helps you learn how to teach skills and run a practice for participants in the “Learn to Train” and “Train to Train” stages of the Long Term Athlete Development Model.

Participants work through various individual and small group activities to prepare a practice plan. Once complete, participants can register for an upcoming outdoor practice teaching module, including Basic Skills and a Club Skills module of their choice (BMX, Mtn. Bike, Track, Road).

The module is facilitated in french and online over 4 x 3-hour sessions. Participants are expected to attend and actively participate in each session. Please ensure that your video and microphone are working well and that you have completed the pre-event homework (included in your registration confirmation email). Participants who miss a session can watch the recording but must submit their assignment before the next session.

This particular event is organized and facilitated by Cycling Canada. To register, use our Cycling BC portal to navigate to the Cycling Canada Learning Management System. Next, select “Courses” and an upcoming Skills and Tactics Theory module of your choice.

Pre-Requisites:

  • Foundations
  • Emergency Action Plans
  • Making Ethical Decisions & Quiz

The pathway includes two additional SafeSport modules that are required to lead Cycling BC practices and clinics. However, neither is necessary to participate in this module.

Module includes:

  1. Participant Needs
  2. Planning a Practice
  3. Teaching & Learning

Schedule:

  • Jan. 17    3:00 pm – 6:00 pm PST
  • Jan. 19    3:00 pm – 6:00 pm PST
  • Jan. 24    3:00 pm – 6:00 pm PST
  • Jan. 26    3:00 pm – 6:00 pm PST

Notes:

  • Cycling BC members who are 15 years of age can apply for special consideration and attend this module.
  • If you are working with young riders under the age of 11 or in a community setting (iRide), please instead take the Community Coach Theory module (officially titled: NCCP Community Cycling Practice Planning)
  • Learn more about how you can become a cycling coach in British Columbia at cyclingbc.net/coaching