UncategorisedBOC-NCCP to conduct coaching programme level 4

September 11, 20190

?The Bahrain Olympic Committee (BOC) will soon be conducting the all-new High-Performance Level 4 of the National Coaching Certification Programme (NCCP).
This first-of-its-kind level to be implemented in the Middle East will be presented in Bahrain in cooperation with the Coaching Association of Canada (CAC) and is a continuation of a partnership agreement, which started in 1997.
In this context, BOC acting general secretary Abdulrahman Askar received at his office in Seef area CAC Chief Operating Officer and International Programmes Director Marc Schryburt, as both parties reviewed details of the programme as well as the all-new level 4, to be sponsored by McDonald’s, Chevron Bahrain and Arabian Gulf Raffle.
During the meeting, which was also attended by Sports Training and Development Section Head Nabeel Taha, Askar affirmed the keenness of the BOC to activate the cooperation with the CAC, especially after signing the agreement last year in September to continue offering quality courses in an attempt to develop the national coaches standards at all levels.
Askar stressed the importance of expanding the basis of coordination between the two parties in the future by adopting similar programmes, which aim to provide the national coaches the opportunity to acquire knowledge and modern sciences in order to play a major part in the development of Bahraini athletes.
A part from the High Performance Coach Level 4, the new NCCP structure which is based on Long-Term Athlete Development (LTAD), also features three more levels.
They are Community Coach (level 1), Developmental Coach (level 2) and Advanced Coach (level 3). Each level consists of four modules with different content.
 “For more than 15 years now Bahrain as been a leader in coach development in the GCC,” said Schryburt.
“With the implementation of the new NCCP Interactive program, once again they will be a leading country.”
CAC has partnered with many countries and National Sport Federations and Olympic Committees to help them transition their coach education system toward an Interactive approach.
“Since 2009, NCCP have been implementing programmes in countries like Jordan, Qatar and in the UAE in 2012, as the main purpose of this programme is deliver skills and knowledge to national instructors,” added Schryburt.
Other nations benefiting from this programme are Bermuda, Barbados, Trinidad, Malaysia, Singapore, Belgium, Portugal, Haiti and Luxembourg.
More than 200 coaches have already been graduated from the NCCP, the strongest programme of its kind in the Middle East, while presenting 10 learning facilitators recently.
The learning facilitators are Nabeel Taha, Mahmood Yateem, Ali Al Anzoor, Ahmed Hafed, Mahmood Fakhro, Ruqaya Al Ghasra, Ali Hussain, Jaffer Ebrahim, Mohsin Al Ghanem and Dr Hussain Jaffer.
They became qualified to conduct programmes for national coaches from different sports clubs and associations, as well as the Education Ministry.
“The quality of the Bahraini coaches that were selected to become the course leaders in the new program has been very high.”
“Coaches in Bahrain will be in good hands, and coaching in the country will become even more efficient,” further explained Schryburt.
The National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP), launched in 1974 and delivered in partnership with the government of Canada, provincial, territorial governments, and national, provincial, territorial sport organizations, gives coaches the confidence to succeed.

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