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Coaches Helping Coaches Program

Sep 28, 2015 | Uncategorized

Coaches Helping Coaches is a funded grassroots mentorship/ recruitment program from the Coaches Association of Ontario where long-time coaches are tasked with sharing their knowledge and experience with young coaches.

How it works:
A coach that is active and trained in the NCCP nominates a new coach to be mentored for one year. The new coach must be 16 years or older and have not already taken NCCP training. The experienced coach takes on the responsibility of mentoring the new coach.

Mentor Coach Benefits:

  • A $250 honorarium for their role as a mentor
  • FREE CAO Blue membership
  • Free admittance to the Ontario Coaches Conference’s Professional Development sessions
  • Professional Development points towards their Maintenance of Certification
New Coach Benefits:
  • $250 towards their coaching education (course fees, travel, coaching expenses, etc.)
  • FREE CAO Blue membership
  • Free admittance to the Ontario Coaches Conference’s Professional Development sessions
  • Guidance from their mentor and CAO

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