Caribbean Coaching Certification Programme starts at Olympic Centre

The Barbados Olympic Association Inc. (BOA) has officially commenced their annual Introduction to Coaching Course under the auspices of the Caribbean Coaching Certification Programme (CCCP).
 
The CCCP is a grassroots entry-level coaching course designed for sport leaders and club coaches. This year’s course participants include 36 local coaches representing 12 sport disciplines, as well as two schools.
 
The CCCP is owned by the Caribbean Association of National Olympic Committees (CANOC) and delivered by trained instructors on behalf of the National Olympic Committees (NOC) of the Caribbean.
 
Leading the CCCP is Ms. Janelle Chase Mayers, a recently trained Course Coordinator. Ms. Chase Mayers was trained at the CANOC Training Workshop in Tortola, BVI, during October last year.
 
The 20 hour course is being held at the Olympic Centre in Wildey and will continue every Tuesday and Thursday throughout April, before concluding on 25th April.

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