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We’re Hiring Coaches!

All coaches must be minimum Comp Intro in training with active Coaching Membership and valid Criminal Record Check.

Contact mary@snowboardyukon.com to apply.

On-Snow Coach Courses

Comp Intro (Level 1)

The 3-day Comp Intro Workshop is the first step to take if you have never been trained to be a snowboard coach. The Comp Intro coach (or entry level coach) typically tends to work with competitors of all ages who are new to the competitive side of snowboarding.

Workshop content includes fundamental principles of:

  • Biomechanics
  • Air and speed
  • Coaching
  • Planning a session
  • Analyzing performance
  • Preparing athletes for training
  • Preparing athletes for a competition
  • Long-Term Athlete Development The Pathway

When:
2021/22 Season. If you are interested in taking this course sooner than that, please email mary@snowboardyukon.com.

Where:
TBD

Course Fees:
TBD

Additional Costs:
Coaching Membership
Lift Tickets

Minimum Age:
16 years old

For More Course Info:
www.canadasnowboard.ca/en/programs/technical/coaching/courses/comp-intro/

Questions?
Email mary@snowboardyukon.com

Comp Intro Advanced Freestyle (Level 2)

The 5-day Comp Intro Advanced Workshop is the first workshop to take after the Comp Intro Coach. This is also the first workshop for event specialization.

The Comp Intro Advanced coach typically tends to work with competitors of all ages who are building a career on the competitive side of snowboarding.

Workshop content includes specific principles of:

  • Biomechanics
  • Freestyle
  • Coaching athletes in Training
  • Analyzing performance
  • Coaching athletes in competition
  • Long-Term Athlete Development

When:
2021/22 Season. If you are interested in taking this course sooner than that, please email mary@snowboardyukon.com.

Where:
TBD

Course Fees:
TBD

Additional Costs:
Coaching Membership
Lift Tickets

Minimum Training:
Comp Intro including all NCCP Multisport Classroom courses.

For More Course Info:
https://www.canadasnowboard.ca/en/programs/technical/coaching/courses/comp-intro-advanced/

Questions?
Email mary@snowboardyukon.com

NCCP Multisport Classroom Courses

National Canadian Coaching Program

In order for a coach to be considered ‘trained’ they must complete complimentary indoor multisport workshops.

For course schedule and to register:
sportyukon.com/programs/nccp/

Course requirements are as follows:

comp-intro-pathway

comp-intro-adv-pathway

 

Judges’ Clinic

Freestyle snowboard judges are required to provide a very specific set of skills and abilities in order to effectively run freestyle snowboard events, and accurately produce competition results.  In this clinic you will learn to evaluate the the performance of each competitor using a set of criteria, comparing each rider’s performance against the field of competition and produce a final ranking sorted from best to worst.

When:
Fall 2021

Where:
TBD

Course Fees:
TBD

For More Course Info:
www.canadasnowboard.ca/en/programs/technical/judges/

CASI Courses

Level 1 Snowboard Instructor

The Canadian Association of Snowboard Instructors (CASI) delivers snowboard instructor training. Snowboard instructors are employed by snow schools at ski areas.

Organized by Mt. Sima.

When:
December 11–13, 2020

Where:
Mt. Sima

Course Fees:
$446.77

Register Online:
www.casi-acms.com

For More Course Info:
www.casi-acms.com

For questions and to apply to the Mt. Sima Snowschool contact:
snowschool@mountsima.com

Trampoline Coach Course

Air 1 and Air 2

When:
2021

Cost:
TBD

Interested?
Contact mary@snowboardyukon.com