Posted by Editoress on 02/14/05
2005 NYC Spring Bicycle Racing Series
Courtesy Anthony Jay Van Dunk
The 2005 NYC Spring Bicycle Racing Series begins March 6th. Held in both Prospect and Central Park in New York CIty, teh series offers the most exciting road racing courses in the Tri-state Metro area.
Complete information can be found at www.metropolitancycling.com
Canadian Sport Centre Calgary Seeks Director
The Canadian Sport Centre Calgary (CSCC) and the Coaching Association of Canada (CAC) offer one of the premier coach education programs in the world through the National Coaching Institute (NCI) Calgary. The mission of the NCI Calgary is to develop world class coaches who are capable of preparing athletes for podium performances in sport, and for life outside of sport.
The NCI fosters and develops excellence in coaching by providing the knowledge and skills for high performance coaches through a two-year diploma program resulting in level four certification. The program is competency-based, integrating classroom study with a coaching practicum under the leadership of a Master Coach. Currently the NCI is offering 13 required courses and 5 optional courses for the level four program.
Provide innovative sport leadership in both the NCI and the broader community; contribute to the national programs of the CAC and Canadian Professional Coaches Association (CPCA).
Develop and implement a comprehensive strategic business plan for coach education including the planning, development and delivery of the NCI diploma program, high performance seminars, and professional development for CSCC coaches.
Provide effective management and mentoring within a complex human resource environment including the recruitment of new students and mentoring and advice to high performance coaches.
Foster a coach centred and athlete sensitive environment.
Develop a strong network of support locally, provincially, and nationally through contemporary marketing and communications strategies; develop and disseminate information about coach education programs.
Work collaboratively with key leaders within the CSCC and the sport community to develop an integrated strategy for achieving the visions of the CSCC and NCI; liaison with sport science/medical personnel and master coaches.
Full information can be found HERE
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