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October 19/09 19:39 pm - CCA Offers Provincial Master Trainer Course


Posted by Editoress on 10/19/09
 

The CCA is coordinating a Provincial Master Trainer Course scheduled to take place in Montreal, Quebec on November 28-29, 2009. The course will be presented, in French, by Louise Lalonde, UCI Commissaire.

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:
To become a sport specific Provincial Master Trainer the candidate must currently be qualified as a National Level commissaire in that sport. Candidates must receive the recommendation of their provincial or territorial association and conform to the National Commissaire Course Requirements policy, as set out by the Official Committee. The associations are encouraged to subsidize costs for candidates representing the province or territory.

REGISTRATION PROCEDURE:
Eligible candidates must complete the application form, include a brief resume of their experience in the discipline and return all of it to the CCA with payment for the course.

Registration is $80

The registration deadline is Wednesday, November 18th , 2009. Candidates will receive confirmation as registrations are received.

COURSE SUMMARY:

• Saturday November 28 - All day (09h00 start) - Classroom session.
• Sunday November 29 - All day (09h00 start) - Classroom session/exam.

ACCOMMODATION & TRAVEL:
Candidates are responsible for their own costs and arrangements associated with travel,

The course registration form is available >Here.

 


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