Coaching courses enhance the enjoyment of our sport – even if you don’t intend to coach or assist in a formal capacity. Whether you’re a parent who’s looking to pick up a few tricks to raise lifelong skiers, a grandparent who wants to become more involved in assisting club programs, or a competitive skier interested in coaching the next generation of racers – NCCP is your first step. Our technically skilled coaches form the backbone of our engaging youth lessons, adult classes, and competitive provincial team program. Newly certified coaches are always welcome, become a part of it!
Coach Development Progression
Cross Country Nova Scotia and Nordiq Canada partner with the Coaching Association of Canada to offer National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) courses, a coach training and certification program offered in 65 sports. The program is managed in a database called The Locker. Coaches use The Locker to track their progress and guide their development.
Skiers interested in coaching athletes progressing through cross-country ski club programs, are encouraged to pursue National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) training. Registered Nova Scotia coaches must meet the Minimum Mandatory Coaching Qualifications, as set out by Nordiq Canada.
Discover your next level of training by visiting Nordiq Canada. NCCP course options are listed in the table below. View the corresponding Long Term Athlete Development Stages by visiting, Canada Sport for Life. Nova Scotia clubs offer friendly environments for you to assist and learn to coach.
The Community Coaching (CC) course may be offered in Nova Scotia during 2022, dates are being determined. Please contact us, if you are interested. We will post information on this page once confirmed. NCCP courses are listed in the NCCP Canada Calendar. For additional accuracy, please check directly with Provincial Divisions.