Hosted at Ryerson University and University of Toronto campuses
We are excited to share with you Canada Basketball’s(CB’s) fantastic coach education event, celebrating coaches of all levels. The Super Clinic will run May 20-22, 2016 in downtown Toronto. Canada Basketball’s NCCP Super Clinic takes place in 9 gyms and 9 classrooms with presentations by experts from the Canadian National Teams and around the world.
Come and enjoy the growth-mindset environment created while connecting with both Canadian and international coaches from the grassroots to high performance levels. This is a one-of-a-kind weekend with a multitude of unique events that you will not want to miss!
We will be running all six basketball NCCP workshops (FUNdamentals, L2T, T2T, T2C), two NCCP multi-sport streams (covering the Comp-Dev multi-sport modules), and two professional development streams.
The 2016 Super Clinic schedule can be found at: http://basketball.ca/en/coaching-resource/ upcoming-events
Women in Sport The NCCP Super Clinic offers coaches the opportunity to attend one or two of the Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women in Sport (CAAWS) Women in Leadership workshops running the morning and afternoon of Friday May 20th, prior to the Super Clinic – Conflict Management & Effective Networking.
On the evening of Saturday May 21st a women in sport social networking event will be hosted from 8:45pm-10pm. The women in sport workshops can be attended as an add-on to the Super Clinic or coaches have the opportunity to solely register for CAAWS workshops or the women in sport networking social outside of the Super Clinic.
Chalk Talk One of the big hits from last year, the Chalk Talk will kick off your weekend, connect you with coaches from all levels and give you the opportunity to share and learn. Coaches will have an opportunity to dive into many different coaching situations with experts while enjoying some food and beverage.
Lineup This year’s headliners include: –David Blatt, International Coach & Technical Expert –Jay Traino, Head Coach of Senior Men’s National Team –Bryan Gates, Assistant Coach of Senior Men’s National Team
The professional development streams’ lineups include: -Asyim Altay, FIBA FECC Lecturer – Human Behaviour Expert –Sefu Bernard, Player Development Consultant for Washington Mystics –Nadine Crowley, FIBA Commissioner/Supervisor of Officials –Terry Layton, International Basketball Coach & FIBA Expert –Mano Watsa, President, Point Guard Academy Basketball.
The PD streams will also include presentations from the following National Team coaches and experts: –Michele Belanger, Assistant Coach of Development Women’s National Team –Mark Bubbs, Nutritionist for Senior Men’s National Team –Carly Clarke, Head Coach of U18/U19 Women’s National Team –David Cox, Sports Psychologist for Senior Men’s National Team –Dave DeAveiro, Head Coach of U16/17 Men’s National Team –Jodi Gram, Head Coach of U16/U17 Women’s National Team –Roy Rana, Head Coach of U18/U19 Men’s National Team –Charlie Weingroff, Strength & Conditioning Coach for Senior Men’s National Team
Chalk Talk station leaders: – Aysim Altay – Michele Belanger – Sefu Benard – Nadine Crowley – Greg Francis – Bryan Gates – Terry Layton – Michale Mackay – Michael Meeks – Jay Triano
Registration Registration will be held on Game Plan. Registration for the 2016 NCCP Super Clinic is: – $255 for paid Game Plan members and – $305 for coaches with free Game Plan memberships.
Early Bird Registration – will run until April 22nd, with registration fees of: – $235 for paid Game Plan members and – $285 for coaches with free Game Plan memberships.
For more information about the 2016 Super Clinic, please visit: http://www.basketball.ca/en/coaching-resource/upcoming-events
Courtesy Canada Basketball