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About Coaches of Canada:
What we do: Advancing the profession of coaching
How we do it:
Connect our Licensed and Registered Coaches, and the coach community, to foster peer-to-peer learning and leadership opportunities;
Promote the profession of coaching and the value of a coach, by providing a collective voice for the needs of coaches and for the valuable role coaches play; to the media, government, within the sport system and to the public;
Regulate the profession of coaching and protect the public interest by ensuring our coaches obey a high standard and code of ethical conduct; and
Serve our Licensed and Registered Coaches with access to services and benefits that aid their daily professional lives.
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The Advanced Coaching Diploma (ACD) is the pinnacle of a coaches’ education in the National Coaching Certification Program. ACD coaches are recognized as being among the most qualified coaches and leaders of athletes and sport programs provincially, nationally and internationally.
The Diploma consists of four core themes; Coaching Leadership, Coaching Effectiveness, Performance Planning, and Training and Competition Readiness. Each theme requires coaches to complete a series of modules comprised of several 3 hour units of in-classroom sessions, seminars, workshops or labs. Coaches will be evaluated in each module based on their ability to demonstrate competency coaching developing athletes. Coaches enrolled in the Diploma program will work with a designated master and/or mentor coach who will support them in their completion of program requirements. The diploma program requires a mid-point and final assessment by a panel of content specialists. The Diploma is one step towards certification in the Competition-Development Advanced Gradation context. To complete his/her certification, the coach must contact his/her NSO to apply for the sport-specific evaluation.
For coaches seeking Level 4/5 task recognition, please contact your Canadian Sport Institute (CSI) or Canadian Sport Centre (CSC) Director to get your personal mapping/schedule.
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