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NCCP Level 3

National Coaching Certification Program Level 3

To become a Level 3 candidate, an individual must apply in writing to Volleyball Alberta indicating their previous coaching history and current position. The candidate must be fully-certified Level 2 and it is recommended they have completed the Level 3 Theory prior to taking the Level 3 Technical clinic.

Technical

  • To become a Level 3 candidate, an individual must apply in writing to Volleyball Alberta indicating their previous coaching history and current position. The candidate must be fully-certified Level 2 and have completed the Level 3 Theory course prior to starting the Level 3 Practical and Technical.
  • Participation in classroom/gymnasium sessions.
  • Assessment/observation of interventions during the training cycles.
  • Note: The level three technical will be scheduled every second year (even years) unless the number of candidates warrants an annual session.

Course Dates

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Apply: contact Jim Plakas at 780-415-1703
Note: Participants should bring writing materials and prepare to be active in sessions throughout the day.

Evaluation

  • Development of a season plan.
  • Integration of mental and physical training in the season plan.
  • Weekly follow-up with a mentor coach.
  • Quarterly reports to the mentor coach.
  • Evaluation of candidate by the mentor is based on the candidate’s interventions throughout the entire training cycle (i.e. P.P.1, P.P.2, micro cycle of competition)
  • If the candidate receives 80% and over the candidate has met all requirements for the practical component of Level 3.
  • If the candidate receives less than 80% they will be re-evaluated at another time and at the expense of the candidate.

Competition Development Program (Old level 3 Theory)

This training includes nine multi-sport modules designed for coaching to refine basic sport skills, develop more advanced skills and tactics, and prepare for performance at the provincial and national level.

The nine modules are:

  1. Coaching and Leading Effectively (10 hours)
  2. Developing Athletic Abilities (9 hours)
  3. Leading Drug Free Sport (3.5 hours)
  4. Managing Conflict (4.5 hours)
  5. Prevention & Recovery (7.5 hours)
  6. Psychology of Performance (7 hours)
  7. Performance Planning (12.5 hours)
  8. Managing a Sport Program (4 hours)
  9. Advanced Practice Planning (5 hours)

For the up to date schedule and location of these courses please click on the link below or call Susan Jackson at (780) 422-8294.

Multi-Sport (Theory) Coaching Workshop Dates