NCCP Training

NCCP

For coaches looking to develop their skills or to gain the certification required to attend specific events, there are coaching clinics that are taking place in Alberta every year.

If additional information is needed and not found on this page, please review the Wrestling Canada Lutte NCCP Operations Manual (click here)

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Wrestling Canada Lutte has begun offering online sport-specific training and certification in the Introduction to Competition and Competition-Development streams. To receive information on sport-specific Introduction to Competition Part A/Part B and Competition-Development training and/or evaluation, please fill out this online form

If you have specific questions regarding the WCL NCCP training program, you can contact Anthony Bhagwandin at nccp@wrestling.ca 


Community Coach Training

The community coach training program is currently under review and will be updated in the near future. In the mean time, many of the Introduction to Competition courses cover similar material.

 


 

Introduction To Competition

This level of certification is geared towards coaches who have some experience in coaching. While beginners may take Introduction To Competition, it is not recommended if you have not coached wrestling or if you have not been a competitor in the sport recently. The course involves an intensive 3-4 days of instruction, including technical and skill instruction, as well as laying the foundation for a successful wrestling program.

Coaches who are Introduction to Competition Certified are eligible to coach at the Cadet/Juvenile Canadian Championships, as well as any domestic events. This level is not acceptable for the following: International Coaching, Canada Summer Games and Junior/Senior Canadian Championships. For more information, please contact the Alberta Amateur Wresting Association.

Required Safe Sport Modules

  • Enhanced Police Check and/or Vulnerable Sector Check
  • Making Headway in Sport
    • Free module accessed through coach.ca Locker E-Learning
  • Making Ethical Decisions
  • Safe Sport Training
    • Free module accessed through coach.ca Locker E-Learning

Required Multi-Sport Modules for Trained Status

Required Sport-Specific Modules for Trained Status

  • Introduction to Competition Part A
    • Introduction to Coaching
    • Technical & Tactical A
  • Introduction to Competition Part B
    • Technical & Tactical B
  • These courses are currently being offered online, please fill out this online form to express your interest or contact nccp@wrestling.ca for more information

Evaluation

The evaluation for certification requires the following:

  • Portfolio Evaluation
    • 3 Practice Plans (Early, Mid, Late Season)
    • Season Training Plan
    • Emergency Action Plan
  • Practice Evaluation
    • A PSO-assigned evaluator will attend a practice run by the coach seeking certification
    • If not one of the practice plans included in the portfolio, a new practice plan will be provided in advance
  • Evaluation is currently being offered online, please fill out this online form to express your interest or contact nccp@wrestling.ca for more information

 Competition Development

Competition Development replaces the previous NCCP Level III Certification. To attain Competition Development certification, there are 9 multi-sport modules and the wrestling-specific course, followed by an evaluation process. This certification will allow you to coach at all levels in Canada. For more information, please contact Wrestling Canada Lutte.

The following Multi-Sport Courses are now offered online. The full course calendar can be found on the Alberta Sport Course Calendar:

  • Coaching and Leading Effectively
  • Managing Conflict
  • Leading Drug Free Sport
  • Prevention and Recovery
  • Psychology of Performance
  • Developing Athletic Abilities
  • Manage A Sport Program
  • Performance Planning
  • Advanced Practice Planning
  • Sport-Specific Training and Evaluation is currently being offered online, please fill out this online form to express your interest or contact nccp@wrestling.ca for more information

For more information on the National Coach Certification Program, click here

For the full calendar of online NCCP modules offered by Alberta Sport, click here

For a full calendar of NCCP modules across Canada, click here

To check your NCCP Certification, click here