COACH DEVELOPMENT

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COACH

DEVELOPMENT

 

COACH DEVELOPMENT

Water Ski & Wake Alberta is committed to the Long-Term Athlete Development (LTAD),

developed by Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada, and to DELIVERING coach education

that ENHANCES the development of coaches and most importantly our athletes.

OUR VISION
To skillfully train, develop, certify, and SUPPORT more coaches to teach our athletes

OUR GOAL
To better equip coaches to develop TRAINING programs at all levels, within LTAD, promoting healthy, life-long enjoyment of towed water sports and raising the standards across Alberta - get on the water for life 

COACHING CAN BE

A rewarding way to give back to others
 

A way to stay directly involved with the sport you love
 

A way to keep yourself active and in shape
 

An opportunity to be a community leader and learn important life skills such as organization,

time management, work ethic, communication and people skills
 

May lead to a part-time job for the serious coach
 

A career for the aspiring coach


 

Long-Term Athlete Development (LTAD) provides the framework for coaches to

work together following consistent PATHWAYS and methods that put athletes first

BECOME A COACH

One of the first steps to become a coach is to take the Coach Foundations Course.  We offer the course each you and any WSWA member ($40 Annual Membership) can take the course.

There are Course Requirements in order to become a trained Coach
with an NCCP # and these requirements are listed below.


TWO OPTIONS
1.  Join the WSWA Coach Program (to be aligned with WSWA with Benefits)
OR
2.  Just take the Course offered by WSWA (don't join the Coach Program)