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2010 National Club Championships Handbook

National Club Championship entry fee is $1, 700 due with team registration forms.

The early bird entry fee and date for the International Masters Water Polo Festival, for all teams, is $CAD700 and March 19th, 2010. Entry fee for dates below is $CAD950 for all teams.


EVENT
DATE
LOCATION
EVENT INFORMATION
ROSTER DEADLINE
22U Men
(born in 1988 or later)
March 11-14, 2010
Langley, BC
Event Web Site

Schedule
(Revised 05/03/10)

Schedule & Results
Men's Rosters
(Revised 05/03/10)
22U Women
(born in 1988 or later)

March 11-14, 2010
Langley, BC Event Web Site

Schedule
(Revised 05/03/10)


Schedule & Results
 Women's Rosters
(Revised 01/03/10)
18U Men
(born in 1992 or later)
  April 29-May 2, 2010
Halifax, NS
Event Web Site

Schedule
(Revised 29/04/10)

Schedule & Results
Rosters
(New 09/04/10)
18U Women
(born in 1992 or later)
May 6-9, 2010
Montreal, QC
Event Web Site

Schedule
(Updated 14/04/10)


Schedule & Results
Rosters
(Revised 03/05/10)
16U Boys
(born in 1994 or later)
May 21-24, 2010 Regina, SK
Event Web Site

Schedule
(Revised 13/05/10)


Schedule & Results
Rosters
(Revised 20/05/10)
16U Girls
(born in 1994 or later)
May 21-24, 2010 Surrey, BC
Event Web Site

Schedule
(Updated 26/04/10)


Schedule & Results
Rosters
(New 26/04/10)
 Senior Men
(Open)
 May 27-30, 2010
Montreal, QC
Event Web Site

Schedule
(Revised 19/05/10)


Schedule and Results
Rosters
(Revised 22/05/10)
Senior Women
(Open)
 June 11-13, 2010
Montreal, QC Event Web Site

Schedule
(Updated 17/05/10)


Schedule and Results
Rosters
(New 17/05/10)

2nd Annual Masters
International
Water Polo Festival
July 2-4, 2010
Parc Jean-Drapeau
(Montreal, QC)
Masters Web Site

Schedule and information
(New 17/06/10)

Schedule and Results

Male 30+ category

Rosters
(New 30/06/10)


2010 National Club Championship Coach Certification Reminder

Water Polo Canada would like to remind all of its coaches, Head Coach and Assistant Coach alike, of their necessary coaching certification for the 2010 season. All coaches are required to have successfully completed the Competition- Introduction module of Making Ethical Decisions (MED) - all coaches must be MED “certified”.

MED is not offered as a coach education course through Water Polo Canada as it is a multi-sport module that is offered through the Provincial Sport Organization. A coach can go directly to their Provincial Sport Organization, or through their Provincial Water Polo Organization, to sign up for a workshop. Once a coach has taken the workshop they must go online (www.coach.ca), and click on the Making Ethical Decisions-Online Evaluation button in the Training and Certification section of the Coaching Association of Canada web site, to complete the evaluation and certification process. Once a coach completes the online evaluation they will receive an email confirmation immediately, and should also print the certificate shown on the computer screen. If a coach so chooses, they may skip the MED workshop and go directly to the certification process, which is the online evaluation (www.coach.ca).

Water Polo Canada will be verifying the certification status of all coaches listed on a National Club Championship roster. If you are unsure of the certification process, or need further information regarding MED and the “New” NCCP, please do not hesitate to contact us at database@waterpolo.ca.


2011 National Club Championship Coach Certification Update

Moving forward, we would like to advise all clubs and their coaching staffs that in the 2011 National Club Championship season coaches must have the following NCCP certification as per the National Club Championship Handbook:

All coaches, Head Coach and all Assistant Coaches, attending the 16U male and female events must be certified Competition – Introduction “The Practice Coach” (which includes training, evaluation, and MED online evaluation) or Level 1 certified + Level 2 Technical + MED online evaluation for the 2011 Championship season and beyond.

All coaches, Head Coach and all Assistant Coaches, attending the 18U, 22U, and Senior male and female events must be trained in two (2) out of the six (6) NCCP Competition – Development multi-sport modules and successfully complete the online MED evaluation.  Training workshops are organized and held by the Provincial Coaching Associations.  Details about the NCCP Competition – Development coaching program can be found at www.waterpolo.ca/development.aspx.

** NB The MED online evaluation only needs to be completed once.  The MED certification will remain provided the coach is active.

 
 
 

 


 
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