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Events

This is a province-wide amateur sport calendar featuring events from over 70 sport organizations.
In this calendar you will find:

    • Championships
    • Tournaments
    • Meetings
    • Award ceremonies
      Courses & Training
      Workshops
    • Special events
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Bowl Canada Cup - 5 Pin

Vernon
January 1, 2018 to April 21, 2018

The Bowl Canada Cup in now in it’s 3rd year. The five pin event consists of five player teams open to all bowlers nineteen (19) year of age and over at April 1, 2018. This event is open to men and ladies to attempt to qualify for the National Championships

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Tenpin Bowling World Cup

Duncan
January 1, 2018 to April 22, 2018

House Qualifying Rounds for this season will be January 1 to February 28, 2018.This event is now held in conjunction at the National level with the Bowl Canada Cup and Club 55 National Championships.

The Provincial finals will be on Sunday, April 22, 2018.

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Bowl Canada Cup - 10 Pin

Duncan
January 1, 2018 to April 21, 2018

The Bowl Canada Cup is now in it’s 3rd year. The ten pin event consists of four player teams open to all bowlers nineteen (19) year of age and over at April 1, 2018. Bowl with your league mates with the chance to advance to the Provincial and/or the National Championships.

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Club 55 Cup

Surrey
January 1, 2018 to April 18, 2018

Since 1972, Bowl Canada has been proud to provide Canadian Seniors the opportunity to connect with their peers in a healthy, friendly and social atmosphere. For those bowlers with a flair for competition, the CLUB 55 CUP is the season’s pinnacle event, culminating with the Canadian National Championships.

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Manage a Sport Program

Langley

Manage a Sport Program will teach you to:

  • manage administrative aspects of the program and oversee logistics;
  • manage staff's roles and responsibilities;
  • manage camp and tournament finances and travel;
  • report on athlete progress throughout program.
Squamish Paddling Club

NCCP Competition-Introduction Workshop

Squamish
February 24, 2018 to March 10, 2018

Thinking of becoming a NCCP coach? Squamish Paddling Club is hosting a 3-day intensive NCCP Competition-Introduction workshop that covers all 6 of the Competition-Introduction theory courses. The courses will be held on 3 consecutive Saturdays, beginning on February 24th. For more information about the workshop, including the course schedule and the link to register, visit the Squamish Paddling Club website.

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Triathlon NCCP Competition Introduction (Part 2)

Victoria
February 24, 2018 to February 25, 2018

This 2-day workshop is designed for coaches who have completed a triathlon Community Sport Coaching workshop and who wish to learn applied planning and training, how to create a yearly training plan (YTP), and to deepen their knowledge of skills assessment and performance analysis.

Coaches wishing to take this workshop must have completed Portfolio Paper 1 which follows the Community Sport course, and have received a passing grade on the NCCP's Making Ethical Decisions online evaluation.

Location: Naden Athletic Centre, 1200 Woodway Rd, Victoria, BC

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Basic Mental Skills

Squamish

The Basic Mental Skills module gives you the ability to:

  • recognize signs indicating that an athlete may need to improve his/her goal setting, focus, and anxiety control skills; and develop tools to help the athlete to make improvements in these areas;
  • run simple guided activities that help athletes improve basic mental skills.

Fundamental Movement Skills, presented by TeamSnap

Burnaby

The National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) Fundamental Movement Skills workshop, presented by TeamSnap, provides a comprehensive introduction to the Fundamental Movement Skills and the core-competencies of the NCCP, with the help of significant hands-on activities.

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Psychology of Performance

Vernon

Completing Psychology of Performance will allow you to:

  • help athletes learn to manage distractions and use visualization techniques to prepare themselves technically and tactically for training and competition;
  • learn how to work with athletes or teams to identify performance and process goals related to their ability to focus on performance;
  • learn debriefing skills that can be used to help athletes assess their performance in both training and competition.