Posted by Editoress on 09/23/05
Level 1 Road Technical Course
On December 3rd and 4th, a Level 1 Road Technical Course will be offered at the Sport Alliance of Ontario Building in Toronto. Course conductor will be Paul Jurbala. For more information and to register click HERE
Coaching the Coaches in Fall 2005
Sport Alliance of Ontario (SAO)
Coaches have the biggest impact on sport performance so who better to learn from than two top coaches in the country?
Paul Bowes, Mens National Wheelchair Basketball Coach & Internationally acclaimed gymnastics Coach, Carol-Angela Orchard will each share their expertise and experience with community coaches, sport leaders, administrators and volunteers this fall.
Listed below are the details of the CAOs confirmed fall events:
From Grassroots to Glory
September 27: Paul Bowes - Head Coach, Mens National Wheelchair Basketball
7:00 p.m. London - Western Fair Sports Centre
Bowes will discuss his use of the playground to podium, his focus on working effectively with athletes, maximizing your own coaching expertise, measuring performance and much more!
Successful Coaching Strategies
October 26: Carol-Angela Orchard - Internationally acclaimed Gymnastics Coach
7:00 p.m. Toronto - Sports Centre at Seneca College
Orchard will touch on many key topics that are integral components of a top notch program; development of the total person, mental strength development, getting the best performance out of your athletes, team cohesiveness, along with other key topics.
The CAO is pleased to be partnering with the London Sports Council, Seneca College, Paralympics Ontario, Gymnastics Ontario and the National Coaching Institute to stage these events.
For more information about these workshops please visit our website at www.coachesontario.ca or contact the CAO office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (416) 426-7086. Sessions are open to coaches, athletes, volunteers, administrators
and sports enthusiasts. Become a CAO member today and take advantage of discounted workshop fees - $5 for CAO members or $10 for non members.
The Coaches Association of Ontario is a non-profit coach-led organization that strengthens development opportunities and provides educational resources for coaches. The CAO promotes coaching ethics and ensures the wider community recognizes the vital role of the coach in the development of sport at all levels.
For more information, please contact:
Manager, Programs & Communications
Coaches Association of Ontario
Tel: (416) 426-7427 Email: email@example.com
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