Coaches Corner

To coach at International or National events all coaches must be Assistant Instructor (AI) and Dojang Coach (DC) NCCP Certified as well as be registered with the Coaches of Canada.
All those engaging in NCCP programming, coach and club, must be registered with Taekwondo Canada.
Assistant Instructor and Dojang Coach Workshops (found on the events calendar) will provide the training needed to be familiar and comfortable with the material, the workshops will also assist the coach in completing the AI or DC Portfolio, as well as understand what to expect during the Formal Evaluation.
Below is an outline of each requirement.

AI Certification:
• The AI Portfolio completed (see Resources on TC Website)
• The AI Formal Evaluation (live or video, video must be audible)
• The MED online Competition Introduction (on the locker website under e learning)
• Emergency First Aid (or higher). If you plan on completing DC Certification it is recommended to complete your Standard First Aid (or higher) and CPR level C certification (this is usually a two day course).
• Send the application for evaluations (see Forms and Applications on TC Website).

DC Certification:
• The DC portfolio completed (see Resources on TC Website). DC portfolio video task HERE.
• The DC Formal Evaluation (live or video, video must be audible)
• CPR-C (usually a two day course)
• A referee seminar
• Send the application for evaluations (see Forms and Applications on TC Website).

The NCCP Multisport modules that are required to enroll in the AI and DC programs are listed below. For more information regarding NCCP programs please visit. http://www.viasport.ca/coaching/nccp-course-calendar
Competition-Introduction Modules:
• Basic Mental Skills
• Design a Basic Sport Program
• Making Ethical Decisions
• Nutrition
• Planning a Practice
• Teaching and Learning