National Coaching Certification Program
The new course of the National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP)
The Community Profile - fundamentals, is for coaches who work with young people from 6 to 10 years. The goal is learning fundamental motor skills through basketball in a welcoming and positive environment.
Learning to Train replaces over NCCP Level 1 technical and theoretical. This course is the first level to complete the NCCP program. Learn the basic basketball skills while continuing to focus on basic motor skills in a fun and welcoming environment.
Train to Train , is the third stage of the long-term development model of the athlete (LTAD) in basketball. This stage is for coaches have been certified Learn to Train and wishing to continue their NCCP training process to lead to higher levels . Introduce the techniques and basic strategies of basketball from a more structured approach to training.
Coachs need to accumulate at least one year of experience as a head-coach or two years as an assistant-coach from the date of Learn to train certification.
Train to Compete, currently the NCCP Level 3, will be the fourth stage of the long-term development model of the athlete (LTAD) in basketball, currently the NCCP Level 3, is mainly for trainers of athletes of the highest levels and who have completed Learn to train and train to train. Initiate athletes in all aspects of the game and begin to refine the technical aspects and the strategic components.
Coachs need to accumulate a minimum of two years experience as head coach or four years as an assistant-coach from the date of certification of level 2 or Train to Train .
This program serves to enhance the sport experience for coaches working with athletes training in schools, clubs and community sport programs.
As part of the various activities offered training NCCP, coaches must meet specific requirements for each certification levels. They must take courses or a previously approved program and submit to an evaluation of the quality of their interventions and their training programs.
Thereafter, coaches are recognized (certified) and receive a patent (passport) who reported their success at some level.
The Quebec Basketball Federation is mandated to provide the technical component levels Introduction to Competition, 2 and 3 of the National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP).
All technical NCCP courses are taught by current holders formed by the Basketball Federation of Quebec.
The old NCCP courses
Basketball Quebec offered three levels of courses (either level 1,2 and 3 technical ) to assist coaches in their development.
NCCP Level 1 Technical
This course has not existed since 1 September 2009 and is now replaced by the profile Introduction to Competition (Learn to train)
NCCP Level 2 technical
This level is for coaches of athletes 13 to 16 years and is now replaced with the profile Introduction to Competition Advanced (Train to Train )
NCCP Level 3 Technical
The NCCP Level 3 is primarily for coaches of athletes 16 years and older ( younger AAA or highest level ) . It is now replaced by the Profile Development Competition (Train to compete) .
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