Coaching Courses

Upcoming Coaching Courses

 

Coaching Manitoba Theory Courses

 

 

Comp Dev: Analyzing Technical/Tactical Performance

Tentatively Scheduled for March 2021

 

 

Must have High Performance Playing or Coaching Experience to take this course.

 

 

 

 

Coaching Development Opportunities

 

Badminton Manitoba offers a wide range of coaching clinics because we realize that not every community has the same needs.  Building long lasting relationships with community leaders and inspiring learning and growth within communities begins with the collaboration of ideas.  We are more than happy to provide coach development through National Coaching Certification Courses (NCCP), Badminton World Federation (BWF), and custom made non-NCCP coaching courses to fit your needs as well as ours.  We are more than willing to sit down and discuss your current situation to figure out a solution and/or action plan for your community; whether it is through structured programming, drop-in programs or running a course in collaboration with Badminton Manitoba.  Whether you are interested in providing something unique for your community, or hosting one of our tried and true clinics/exhibitions, you have the liberty of doing so, and we are only a call (or email) away.

 

NCCP (For Certification)

Regional Coaching Course - $120.00 each

Regional Coach Evaluation - $100.00 each

Provincial Coaching Course - $135.00 each

Level 3 Coaching Course - Varies depending on clinician & other circumstances

A minimum of seven (7) attendees required to run one of these National Coaching Certification Courses.  Courses are available periodically, however anyone may gather 7 or more individuals together and contact MBA to set up your own course.

 

Non-NCCP (For Knowledge & Practice)

For information on Non-NCCP clinics, please click here

 

School Based Coaching

For information on school based coaching clinics, please click here

 

Program/Club Initiation Training

Annual Coach Support – 4 Training Sessions for the price of 3

 

 

2020 Fall NCCP Course Schedule

Coaching Manitoba is excited to announce our NCCP and non-NCCCP 2020 Fall course schedule.

All courses are online.

If you have any questions please contact: Bree Langlais, Coach Education Coordinator, at [email protected]

 

November 18             6:00 pm - 10:00 pm               Make Ethical Decisions

November 24             5:00 pm - 9:30 pm                 Managing Conflict

November 26             6:00 pm - 9:00 pm                 Leading Drug Free Sport

December 2               6:00 pm - 10:00 pm               Design a Basic Sport Program

December 3               6:00 pm - 9:30 pm                 Developing Athletic Abilities

December 5               9:00 am - 2:00 pm                 Developing Athletic Abilities

December 6               10:00 am - 2:00 pm                Manage a Sport Program

December 14 & 17      6:00 pm - 9:00 pm                 Planning a Practice

For the links to register for these courses CLICK HERE.

 

Bison Transport's Sport LeadHERship Series is back.

 

The series is going virtual and is free this year.

Our FREE five-part online series brings together inspirational leaders from all areas of sport to tell their personal and professional stories, offer valuable advice and guidance, and share practical tips that participants can use on and off the field of play.

You're Invited!

The Bison Transport Sport LeadHERship Series is a professional development opportunity designed for YOU - Manitoba's coaches, administrators, community leaders, and volunteers of all genders, from all sports, from across the province.

Hosted by media personality Leah Hextall, participants will build their networks and knowledge bases through a variety of interviews and presentations so they can empower and encourage the girls they work with to stay active and involved in sport and become the next generation of female sport leaders. 

Register now for our first session:

Wednesday, November 25
7:00 p.m. 

Female Coaches Path to Success
Join us for this free seminar as the University of Manitoba’s Vanessa Martinez Lagunas (Head Coach, Women’s Soccer) and Bruna Mavignier (Assistant Coach & Strength and Conditioning Coach) discuss their quest to become high-performance coaches and highlight why sport needs more female role models.

 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER