What is the NCCP?

The National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) is a collaborative program of the government of Canada, the provincial/territorial governments, national and provincial sport federations and the Coaching Association of Canada (CAC). This partnership, in place since 1974, is largely responsible for building an internationally recognized coach education program in over 65 different sports in French and English.

The NCCP is the recognized national standard for coach training and certification in Canada and is designed to meet the needs of all types of coaches, from the first-time coach to the head coach of a national team. As part of the program, all coaches are trained in ethical decision-making and sport safety.

For more information on the National Coaching Certification Program click this link: Become an NCCP Coach.

Volleyball and the NCCP

The NCCP guides Volleyball BC’s youth club system within the framework of the Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) model.

For information on the training & certification levels please visit the Volleyball Canada pathways information provided here.

For context-specific information, document, and evaluation packages please refer to the links provided below.



Coaching Certification Maintenance Program

The Coaching Association of Canada is implementing a Maintenance of Certification Policy, which Volleyball Canada will be adopting. The NCCP Professional Development Policy will be implemented starting January 1, 2014 where coaches will need to accrue points over a 5 year span. For more details and a FAQ section please follow the Coaching Association of Canada link here.

Check Certification

You can check your NCCP transcript online via the NCCP Locker Database. In the database you will be able to view and update your personal information, monitor your coaching records, and print a certification transcript.