Basketball PEI will be hosting NCCP courses for island basketball coaches looking to improve their ability to coach basketball.
This course features a three hour of on the court drills and skills session, which teaches coaches how to properly develop basketball fundamentals, as well as a three-hour classroom session, to assist in practice planning and ethical coaching questions.
|Start:||November 26th, 2017|
|Learning Facilitator:||Ted Johnston|
|Times:||9:00 AM – 4:00 PM|
|Location:||Charlottetown Rural Hish School/ Spring Park Elementary|
|Course Cost:||$75.00 (BPEI will cover the cost for females)|
Learn To Train
This 1.5-day workshop provides an exceptional foundation for your coaching career and introduces new coaching methods that will enhance both your coaching and your program’s effectiveness. The L2T course is a competency based course. Through a mix of classroom and hands-on learning in the gym, this workshop focuses on:
-Developing a strong understanding of Long-term Athlete Development (LTAD) and how it relates to your athletes;
-How to break down and teach fundamental basketball concepts (including: shooting, loading, dynamic warm-ups, 1-second advantage, spacing, footwork, and error detection /correction);
-How to load a basketball skill and drill;
-Developing an effective practice plan;
-“Make Ethical Decisions” – a powerful six-step decision-making process for every coach and an NCCP requirement for all sports.
|Course:||Learn to Train|
|Start:||December 8th & 10th, 2017|
|Learning Facilitators:||Darrell Glenn|
|Location:||Charlottetown Rural/ UPEI Sports Centre|
|Course Cost:||$150 (BPEI will cover the cost for females)|
Train To Train
Advance your coaching with this workshop designed for coaches of athletes in the Train to Train stage of Long-term Athlete Development (LTAD). Building on Canada Basketball’s ‘Learn to Train’ workshop, through a mix of classroom and hands-on experience in the gym, this workshop focuses on.
Microteaching in order to learn how to provide support to athletes in training;
–Designing activities that develop both technical skills and athletic abilities;
– Planning a practice that reflects seasonal training priorities;
–Identifying appropriate activities for each part of the practice;
–Analyzing performance including error detection and correction;
–Supporting the competitive experience;
–Advancing coaching in the progression of skills and concepts (conceptual offensive components, shooting, whole-part-whole teaching, and incorporation of mental training);
– Designing a basic sport program
The Train to Train course is a competency based course. There will be a minimum of five combined classroom and in the gym sessions of approximately 3 hours each. [Course Registration Form]
|Course:||Train to Train|
Train To Compete
|Course:||Train to Compete|