Update November 5, 2019: We are aware that there are MANY coaches who require a Make Ethical Decisions class and that there are currently very few spaces available, and none in Calgary. We are working to schedule more and will be in touch via your Local Association Coaching Director once we know more.
Please REGISTER for the FUTURE course to receive an email with details once more courses open up.
The deadline to complete the requirements for your pathway is December 15th.
*with the exception of CI Evaluation which has until January 31.
Please note that you MUST have a “Trained” or “Certified” status to be approved.
Information on how to register is here, or check this one-page walk-through. If you’re having trouble logging into either your NCCP or Ringette Canada coaching accounts, do NOT create a new profile. Email Bronwen for an account reset.
Need to switch dates or withdraw from a clinic: email Bronwen.
Prerequisites: before taking the CSI or CI clinics, coaches must complete the Coach Initiation in Sport eModule. It is not necessary to take CSI before taking CI, and they are not interchangeable, but intended for different contexts.
For other courses/modules that can be used for Professional Development (PD points), check our Status Renewal page.
|8||14-Sep-19||8am||6pm||Grande Prairie/Clairmont||4-5pm Crosslinks Sportsplex|
|2||28-Sep-19||8am||6pm||Airdrie – Genesis Place||3:45pm Ron Ebbesen|
|5||5-Oct-19||8am||6pm||Leduc – Rec Centre Kings board room||12:45pm LRC|
|5||19-Oct-19||8am||6pm||Spruce Grove – Agra room at Stu Barnes arena||12:15 Stu Barnes|
|5||20-Oct-19||8am||6pm||St. Albert – Servus Place||2:15 Troy Murray|
|3||2-Nov-19||8am||5:30pm||Calgary – NE Sportsplex||1:30 East|
|3||9-Nov-19||8am||5:30pm||Calgary – NE Sportsplex||1:30 East|
|3||16-Nov-19||8am||5:30pm||Calgary – NE Sportsplex||1:30 East|
|3||23-Nov-19||8am||5:30pm||Calgary – NE Sportsplex||1:30 East|
|4||27-Oct-19||9am||630pm||Lacombe – Alberta Agriculture Building||5pm Lacombe Arena|
|5||7-Dec||8am||6pm||Leduc Rec Centre||12:15 LRC|
Log into your Ringette Canada coaching account and scroll down to the Community Sport Initiation area. (screen shots below) When you select “register” it will take you to the screen below where you can select the date and location that you prefer. If nothing is showing up, make sure that the province and year are accurate.
CI clinics are typically Friday 6pm-10pm, Saturday 8am-6pm, and Sunday 8am-5pm. However, some are scheduled differently depending on the community needs and facilitator availability.
* 8am-6pm on Saturday and Sunday
^6pm-10pm all four evenings
~ Oct 22 & 24 6-10pm, Oct 26 8am-6pm
|2||September 27-29||6pm||6pm||Strathmore – Crowther Memorial JH||Sep 28 8am Gold, Sep 29 11:30am Blue|
|3||*October 5-6||8am||6:30pm||Calgary – Great Plains||Oct 5 4:20pm, Oct 6 2pm|
|5||^October 8, 10, 15, 17||6pm||10pm||Sherwood Park – Millennium Place on the 8, 10, and 17. ARDROSSAN on Oct 15th||Oct 10 7:30pm, Oct 15 7:15pm|
|3||~Oct 22, Oct 24, Oct 26||6pm||6pm||Calgary – NE Sportsplex||Oct 24 8pm, Oct 26 1:30pm|
|5||October 25-27||6pm||6pm||Spruce Grove – Border Paving Athletic Centre Fri & Sun, Broxton Park School Sat||Oct 26 12:15 @ Stu Barnes, Oct 27 1:00 @ Stu Barnes|
|5||November 8-10||6pm||6pm||St. Albert – Servus Place, Reliance Room||Nov 9 2:15pm Messier Nov 10 11:15am Murray|
|3||*November 9-10||8am||6pm||Calgary – Triwood/JT’s||Nov 9 3:45pm, Nov 10 2:45pm|
|7||tba||6pm||6pm||Fort McMurray – tba||tba|
|4||Nov 25, 28, Dec 2, 5||6pm||10pm||Red Deer – tba||tba|
|1||Nov 22-24||6pm||6pm||Medicine Hat||tba|
You must be CI Trained before you can complete the certification process. The certification process involves presenting a Yearly Training Plan and Emergency Action Plan to an evaluator who will observe you at a practice which you must lead.
To register for the CI Evaluation, you must have green check marks beside the Comp Intro Pre-Clinic as well as the Comp Intro Clinic itself. If you took the old CI-1 and CI-2, email Bronwen to sort things out.
Evaluations are requested online through Ringette Canada’s coaching site. Once you request the evaluation and pay the fee, an email will be sent to Ringette Alberta who will match you with an evaluator. You will be put in touch with the evaluator who will work with you to find a practice that works for you both and make sure you have your documents together.
Evaluators may be able to assess more than one coach during the same practice, but each coach must register individually first. You will then be able to make arrangements with the evaluator for how many of your coaches can go through it at once.
The MED class/webinar/module is required for coaches to complete their pathways and be Trained or Certified. You MUST take the class before taking the online evaluation. If you have already done the online evaluation, you will likely have to go back and take the class. Refer to this document and check your status in your NCCP Locker profile. Check our Team Staff Requirements page as well. MED has changed in the last several years which is why coaches who completed their CSI before 2014 have done the online evaluation but not taken the class.
MED is offered directly through the NCCP/Alberta Sport, and it’s the same course as what Ringette Alberta offers. The difference is that we subsidize so the cost is $20 instead of $55. If your local association will reimburse either one, you are free to register directly through NCCP/Alberta Sport. To register through Ringette Alberta, you’ll go to your Ringette Canada coaching page and look for “Make Ethical Decisions Module (AB) Clinic” and register. If the course you were hoping for is full, register for another course that could work for you and email Bronwen to be placed on a wait list.
Note: webinar dates are reserved for coaches in remote areas (50+km from in-person clinics) which are: Fort McMurray, Peace Region, Pembina, Hinton, Drayton Valley, Lacombe, Red Deer, Strathmore, Rockyford, Lethbridge, and Medicine Hat.
|3||22-Oct-19||6pm||10pm||Calgary – Flames Community Arena – Stew Fairbanks Room|
|6||22-Oct-19||6pm||10pm||Edmonton – Percy Page Centre – 3rd Floor Room 8|
|6||29-Oct-19||6pm||10pm||Edmonton – Percy Page Centre – 3rd Floor Room 8|
|6||6-Nov-19||6pm||10pm||Edmonton – Percy Page Centre – 3rd Floor Room 8|
|3||7-Nov-19||6pm||10pm||Calgary – Flames Community Arena – Stew Fairbanks Room|
|3||12-Nov-19||6pm||10pm||Calgary – Flames Community Arena – Stew Fairbanks Room|
|3||13-Nov-19||6pm||10pm||Calgary – Flames Community Arena – Stew Fairbanks Room|
|6||14-Nov-19||6pm||10pm||Edmonton – Percy Page Centre – 3rd Floor Room 8|
|3||27-Nov-19||6pm||10pm||Calgary – Flames Community Arena – Stew Fairbanks Room|
|6||4-Dec-19||6pm||10pm||Edmonton – Percy Page Centre – 3rd Floor Room 8|
When you select “register” beside #5 it will take you to the screen below where you can select the date and location that you prefer. If nothing is showing up, make sure that the province and year are accurate.
Both are required, and once you do the course, the online evaluation will be accessible for FREE. If you do the evaluation first, it will cost $85 that Ringette Alberta has no control over and your local association will not reimburse, and you’ll still have to take the class ($20).
It’s found on the NCCP Locker site, make sure that the MED Class is showing in your transcript (it may take a week after the class), and under the eLearning tab, you’ll find the evaluation.
When you click one of the LTAD stages, it will take you to the screen below. If the MED CLASS date appears, then instead of seeing “pay now” at the bottom, it will simply say “begin”.
These dates are tentative, subject to Alberta Sport being able to book an instructor and having adequate registration. We encourage all AA and NRL coaches to attend the courses in their area, though any coach is welcome to sign up.
Local associations will be billed afterwards based on the % of their coaches who make up the class. Coaches who sign up and give less than 1 week cancellation notice will be charged a $20 admin fee.
|6||Oct 30||6pm||10pm||Edmonton – Percy Page Centre – 3rd Floor Room 8||Manage a Sport Program|
|6||Nov 26, Nov 27, Dec 3||5:30pm||10pm||Edmonton – Percy Page Centre – 3rd Floor Room 8||Performance Planning|
|6||Feb 11 & Feb 12||5pm||10pm||Edmonton – Percy Page Centre – 3rd Floor Room 8||Developing Athletic Abilities|
|3||Nov 5||5pm||10pm||Calgary – NESS||Manage a Sport Program|
|3||Dec 4, 5, 11||5pm||10pm||Calgary – NESS||Performance Planning|
|3||Feb 5, 6||5pm||10pm||Calgary – NESS||Developing Athletic Abilities|
If you are interested in learning more about becoming Competition Development Trained or Certified, here is a link to the Comp Dev Pathway. Currently it is only required for Canada Winter Games and National team coaches, but it is a future requirement for NRL coaches as well.
Respect in Sport for Activity Leaders is often required by local associations. It’s worth 3 PD points if you go into your profile and select “allow” communication with the NCCP.
Make sure that your Respect in Sport profile page has this checked off, or it won’t show up in your NCCP Locker.
Keeping Girls in Sport is another course offered by the Respect Group (2 PD points). Keeping Girls in Sport is an online resource that helps coaches and youth activity leaders to create safe and respectful environments for female athletes. It talks about why girls play sports, how you need to coach them differently (from a physiological and emotional point of view), why they quit sports, and what coaches can do to keep them around longer.
It was developed with the help of Dr. Vicki Harber, a subject matter expert with whom many ringette coaches are already familiar from her “Coaching the Female Athlete” seminars.