Coach Reference MaterialPhoto: Alpine Canada Inspections Women's World Cup Courchevel, FRA December 2020
- ACA-CSC Coach Education Reference Material
- Recorded Webinars
- SnowReg Tutorial Videos
- Links to LTAD Supporting Reference Materials
ACA-CSC Coach Education Reference Material
Alpine Canada Coach Education (ACA-CSC) in partnership with the territories and provinces develops our Canadian ski coaches by providing coach education, certification and professional development opportunities. Our coach certification program is part of the Coaching Association of Canada’s National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP). As a partner of the Coaching Association of Canada, Canadian ski coaches must meet or exceed minimum competency requirements to be recognized as trained or certified. All ACA-CSC member coaches focus on and uphold the NCCP coaching core competencies of valuing, leading, interacting with people, problem-solving and critical thinking.
The following links provide access to coach education reference materials used by coaches and coach developers during the coach accreditation process. All links are password protected, please contact your local PTSO coach education representative to obtain access.
Coach Developers Reference Materials Link: Coach Developer One Drive Folder
Coach Candidate Reference Materials Link: Coach Candidate One Drive Folder
Coach Development Pathways & Professionalism PDF Overview Document
ACA-CSC Webinar Series
ACA-CSC provides educational webinars for our ACA-CSC registered coaches throughout the year. The links below are representative of some of the webinars provided by ACA-CSC for registered coaches. Visit the ACA-CSC Snow Reg platform for more information on upcoming webinars.
Current 2021 - 2022 Season:
- Physical Fitness: https://vimeo.com/623698404/03302bb339
- Safe Sport: https://vimeo.com/632426356/649d3aa096
- Coaching the Female Athlete: https://vimeo.com/637889877
Past Webinars 2020 - 2021 Season:
Links to Supporting Reference Materials
Alpine Canada Performance Planning Coach Workbook (2016).
Eitzen DS, Sage GH. Sociology of North American Sport. 8th ed. Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers; 2009.
Fraser-Thomas J, Côte J. Youth sports: implementing findings and moving forward with research. Athl Ins. 2006;8(3):12-27.
Gambetta V. (2007). Athletic Development: The Art & Science of Functional Sports Conditioning. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.
McGuigan M. (2017). Monitoring training and performance in athletes. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.
Petichkoff LM. Youth sports participation and withdrawal: Is it simply a matter of fun? Pediatr Exercise Sci. 1992;4:105-110.
Willinger, H. Banff Alpine Racers alumnus Read and Philp give back to local club. Rocky Mountain Outlook. Feb. 22 2018.
Visek AJ, et al. The Fun Integration Theory: Toward Sustaining Children and Adolescents Sport Participation. Journal of Physical Activity and Health. 2015;12:424-433
Warrington, G. Dr. (2010). Planning for Performance http://www.sportireland.ie/Coaching-Ireland/Publications-/Planning-For-Performance.pdf . Coaching Ireland.