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2018 Nationals: Workshops and Seminars

  • By: Taekwondo Canada
  • December 20, 2017
  • Nationals, Information, Referees, Coaching
2018 Nationals: Workshops and Seminars

We will be running a series of workshops and seminars before and during the 2018 National Taekwondo Championships.

February 12:

  • Core Master Coach Developer (MCD) Workshop 
  • Master Coach Developer (MCD) Training

February 13:

  • Dojang Coach Learning Facilitator (LF) Workshop

February 14:

  • Dojang Coach Workshop
  • COACH Briefing on MAINTENANCE Points
  • Core Coach Evaluator Workshop
  • National Referee Seminar - Kyorugi

February 15: 

  • National Referee Seminar – Poomsae

These workshops and seminars present a great opportunity for coaches and referees to learn and grow professionally. If you have any questions, please contact us at info@taekwondo-canada.com

 


 

Core Master Coach Developer Workshop

  • What is it: The role of the Master Coach Developer (MCD) is to train, evaluate, support, and mentor Coach Developers (Learning Facilitators (LFs), Coach Evaluators (CEs) and other MCDs). In addition, MCDs play a key role in promoting the NCCP. Core training is an essential part of the MCD pathway.
  • Date and Time: February 12, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
  • Location: RA Centre, Hall 1
  • Facilitator: Suzanne Chaulk
  • Cost: $120
  • Professional Development Points: 5 points
  • Register now: http://taekwondo-canada.com/events/core-master-coach-developer-workshop

 

Master Coach Developer Training

  • Facilitators: Grandmaster Su Hwan Chung
  • This training is by invitation only in preparation for the DC LF workshop on 13 Feb. 

 

Dojang Coach Learning Facilitator (LF) Workshop

  • What is it:  LFs are crucial to the development of skilled and knowledgeable coaches, who are then able to develop safer, happier athletes/participants. The goal of an LF is to effectively facilitate sessions that result in the development of coaches who are able to demonstrate their abilities and meet the standards established for certification. An LF should have the appropriate knowledge, skills, and attitudes to facilitate workshops using the competency-based approach. The DC LF Workshop trains LFs to facilitate DC workshops.
  • Prerequisites: Must be DC Certified
  • Date and time: February 13, 9 am to 5 pm
  • Location: EY Centre, Room A
  • Facilitators: Rommel Cabanatan, Pierre Lachance
  • Registration Fee: $210 
  • Professional Development Points: 5 points
  • Register now: http://taekwondo-canada.com/events/dc-learning-facilitator-workshop-on-nationals

 

Dojang Coach Workshop

  • What is it: Dojang Coach (DC) is the NCCP Competition Introduction level context for Taekwondo. It is a Coaching Association of Canada (CAC) approved context and DC certification is the standard for coaching at the National level.
  • Date and time: February 14, 9 am to 5 pm
  • Location: EY Centre, Room C
  • Facilitators: Rommel Cabanatan, Pierre Lachance
  • Registration Fee: $210 
  • Professional Development Points: 5 points
  • Register now: http://taekwondo-canada.com/events/dojang-coach-workshop-on-nationals

 

Coach Briefing on MAINTENANCE Points

  • What is it: This aim of this briefing is to provide information to coaches regarding the five-year maintenance requirements to renew their certifications.
  • Date and time: February 14, 5pm-6pm
  • Location: EY Centre, Room B
  • Facilitator: Karen Armour
  • Registration Fee: free
  • Professional Development Points: 1 point
  • You can register for this event on-site

 

Core Coach Evaluator Workshop

  • What is it: A Coach Evaluator’s role is to contribute to the development of coaches after they have acquired their NCCP training. This includes assessment, evaluation, debriefing, and follow-up with coaches trying to achieve Certified status. Coach Evaluators are experts in the observation process and have in-depth knowledge of the outcomes, criteria, and evidences that comprise the evaluation tools that establish NCCP standards for coaches of a particular sport context.
  • Date and time: February 14, 9 am to 3:30 pm
  • Location: RA Centre, Hall 1 and Hall 2
  • Facilitator: Suzanne Chaulk
  • Registration Fee: $100 
  • Professional Development Points: 5 points
  • Register now: http://taekwondo-canada.com/events/core-coach-evaluator-ce-workshop

 

National Referee Seminar - Kyorugi

  • What is it: After meeting the Provincial requirements and with the recommendation of the Provincial Referee Chairperson, a Provincial Referee can attend a national referee seminar, usually two days in length.  The seminar will consist of a lecture on the competition rules and a subsequent written exam, hand signal practice, practical testing and scoring testing.  The second component is an evaluation at an event.
  • Date and time: February 14, 9 am to 5 pm
  • Location: EY Centre, Room B
  • Facilitator: Barbara Marian
  • Registration Fee: New N3 - $100; N3 to N2 - $130; N2 to N1 - $160; Refresher (all N class) - $100; Coach/Athlete/Participant: $100
  • Professional Development Points: 3 points
  • Register now: http://taekwondo-canada.com/events/national-referee-seminar-kyorugi

 

National Referee Seminar – Poomsae

  • What is it: After meeting the Provincial requirements and with the recommendation of the Provincial Referee Chairperson, a Provincial Referee can attend a national referee seminar, usually two days in length.  The seminar will consist of a lecture on the competition rules and a subsequent written exam, hand signal practice, practical testing and scoring testing.  The second component is an evaluation at an event.
  • Date and time: February 15, 9 am to 5 pm
  • Location: EY Centre, Room B
  • Facilitator: Daniel Park
  • Registration Fee: New N3 - $100; N3 to N2 - $130; N2 to N1 - $160; Refresher (all N class) - $100; Coach/Athlete/Participant: $100
  • Professional Development Points: 3 points
  • Register now: http://taekwondo-canada.com/events/national-referee-seminar-poomsae
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