All Warman Minor Softball coaches, are required to complete Respect In Sport training and provide a Criminal Record/Vulnerable Sector Check.

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N.C.C.P. Coaching Certification Requirements

1. ALL coaches and managers MUST be affiliated prior to being listed on a provincial roster.

2. ALL persons listed on a provincial roster (coach/manager) MUST have their Respect in Sport (RiS) for ACTIVITY LEADERS (not workplace, parent, etc.).

3. Provincial rosters allow for up to a maximum of five (5) coach/managers.

4. Provincial rosters must have a minimum of one (1) coach who is of the same gender as the category the team is registering in. (i.e. Female teams must have a minimum of one (1) female coach, male teams must have a minimum of one (1) male coach).

 

Coach Certification Pathways:

A. CSOP - Community Sport On-Going Participation (can also be called CSC-Community Softball Coach).

Coaches who complete the eLearning (FOCS-Part 1 and MED) and the in-person clinic are deemed to be TRAINED (there is no certification at this level).

B. Comp. Intro.

Competition Introduction Coaches who complete the e-learning (FOCS-Part 1 & 2 and MED), online modules #1, #2, #3 and the in-person clinic are deemed to be TRAINED. Coaches can become CERTIFIED after completing and passing the on-field evaluation.

C. Comp. Dev. – Competition Development

This pathway is for coaches who are interested in Canada Games and National team opportunities and is administered by Softball Canada. 

Coach E-Learning (Pre-requisites to take the above pathways - found in The Locker)

• Part 1- Foundations of Coaching Softball (FOCS)

• Part 2- Foundations of Coaching Softball (FOCS)

• Online Evaluation: Make Ethical Decisions (MED)

Coach Certification Terminology

• CSOP Trained – This is coaches who have completed the e-learning (FOCS 1 & MED) and in-person clinic. There is no certification at this level.

• Comp. Intro. Trained - This is coaches who have completed the elearning (FOCS 1,2 & MED) online modules, and in-person clinic.

• Comp. Intro. Certified– This is coaches who have completed the Comp. Intro Trained requirements and have passed the on-field evaluation.

Certification Requirements for Provincial Championships

NOTE:

ALL teams registering for Provincials must have a minimum of one (1) coach on the roster who is of the same gender as the category the team is registering in. (i.e.: Female teams must have a minimum of one (1) female coach, male teams must have a minimum of one (1) male coach).

Anyone listed on a Provincial Roster must have their Respect in Sport (RiS).

1. For teams registering in the U11 OPEN Boys & U11 OPEN Girls Provincial Championship categories:

• Must have a minimum of one (1) coach on the provincial roster who has taken the CSOP In-person clinic and the online MED and is on the bench at the championships.

2. For female teams registering in Provincial Championship categories that DO NOT lead to a Western or Canadian Championships (U13 AA, A & B girls, U15 B girls, U17 B girls and U19 B women’s:

• Must have a minimum of one (1) coach on the provincial roster who is CSOP TRAINED and on the bench at the championships.

3. For male teams registering in Provincial Championship categories (U13 Open, U15 Open, U17 Open and U20 Open) and who do not wish to attend a Western or Canadian Championship (check No on the Letter of Intent): 

• Must have a minimum of one (1) coach on the provincial roster who is CSOP TRAINED and on the bench at the championships.

4. For female MINOR teams registering in Provincial Championship categories that lead to a Western Canadian (U15AW, U17AW and U19AW):

• Must have a minimum of one (1) coach who is Comp. Intro CERTIFIED and on the bench at the championship.

5. For male MINOR teams registering in Provincial Championship categories (U13 Open, U15 Open, U17 Open and U20 Open) and who wish to attend a Western Canadian Championship (checked Yes on the Letter of Intent):

• Must have a minimum of one (1) coach who is Comp. Intro CERTIFIED and on the bench at the championship.

6. For MINOR teams registering in Provincial Championship categories that lead to a Canadian Championship (U15AA girls, U17AA girls, U19 AA girls and U15 & U17 Open boys and U20 Open men’s):

• The head coach must be identified on the provincial roster and must be Comp. Intro CERTIFIED and on the bench at the championships.

• Any assistant coach who wishes to be on-field and in the coaches’ box, must be Comp. Intro TRAINED.

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