To further build the level of sports expertise in the community, Tourism Sault Ste. Marie is facilitating a prominent coaching clinic next week. Delivered by the Coaches Association of Ontario, the National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) 2017 Super Clinic is taking place at various local venues from Friday, March 24 to Sunday, March 26.
“This is a great opportunity for local and area residents,” said Ian McMillan, Executive Director of Tourism Sault Ste. Marie. “Traditionally, these Super Clinics have only been held in southern Ontario, and we’re thrilled to be working with the Coaches Association of Ontario to bring it to our community. Our goal is to continue to build on the city’s sports-friendly reputation, which will allow Sault Ste. Marie to host more high-level tournaments. The 2017 Super Clinic will go a long way in helping us achieve that objective.”
The National Coaching Certification Program 2017 Super Clinic is a three-day forum involving NCCP coaching courses taught by industry experts. It’s open to area and regional coaches at all levels, educators, and anyone looking to gain valuable life skills on topics such as leadership, problem solving and critical thinking. To register, see the full list of courses or for additional information, please visit www.coachesontario.ca/superclinic.
Launched in 1974, the National Coaching Certification Program is delivered in partnership with the Government of Canada, provincial and territorial governments, and regional sport organizations. The goal of the program is to give coaches the skills and confidence they need to succeed.