Taekwondo Canada


Performance Coach (PC)


Taekwondo Canada has received Coaching Association of Canada conditional approval (CAP) of the Competition Development level (Comp Dev) NCCP context called Performance Coach (PC); final approval is anticipated soon.


NCCP Multi-Sport Modules:

  • Managing Conflict (4.5 hours)
  • Leading Drug Free Sport (3.5 hours)
  • Coaching and Leading Effectively (8.75 hours)
  • Developing Athletic Abilities (8.75 hours)
  • Psychology of Performance (7 hours)
  • Prevention and Recovery (7.5 hours)
  • Advanced Practice Planning (5 hours)
  • Performance Planning (12.5 hours)


Multi-Sport Module Requirement


- Managing Conflict

- Leading Drug Free Sport 

- Coaching & Leading Effectively

Planning for TKD


Understanding TKD Abilities

- Developing Athletic Abilities 

Integrating TKD Specific Abilities in Training


Sport Profile and Gap Analysis


Determinants of Skill Performance


Applying Biomechanical Principles


Using Technology for Notational Analysis


Planning Objectives in Yearly Training Plan (YTP)

- Performance Planning

- Advanced Practice Planning

Quantify Training and Micro Planning


Recovery and Taper for Performance

- Psychology of Performance

- Prevention & Recovery of Injury

Talent I.D. and Selection



Locker E-Learning Modules / Evaluations

  • Making Headway Online Training (Locker e-learning)
  • Making Ethical Decisions (Competition Development) online evaluation
  • Managing conflict and leading drug fee sport

Certifications / Registrations

  • Dojang Coach Certified
  • Registered with the Coaching Association of Canada Professional Coaching department
  • Registered with Taekwondo Canada


  • Programme participants must have an athlete that is able to compete at Nationals as a Junior Black Belt (Training to Complete stage of development) or Senior Black Belt (Learning to Win or Training to Win stages of development). Coaches must identify the athlete with whom they will be working for the duration of the Performance Coach workshop series.


Coaches are encouraged to collect several videos of matches involving the athlete with whom they will work with. These videos will be used during the workshop series. Furthermore, be prepared to video your athlete over the course of the Performance Coach workshop series.


This workshop series fulfills the Competition Development (Comp Dev) sport specific requirements for Taekwondo. Upon completion, coaches will have skills and knowledge to help their athletes succeed on the national and world stages.

Bi-weekly webinars start: 13 May 2018, 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM

Register here.

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