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CANMORE, Alta.— A proposal to bring together Canada’s four Nordic sports has entered an importan... Read more

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Nordic Combined Ski Canada
(604) 250-1875

New Vision for Nordic Sport in Canada to Undergo Expert Review and Community Consultation


The National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) is a coach training and certification program for all coaches in more than 60 sports. The NCCP has moved towards a competency-based approach where coaches are:

  • Trained in NCCP outcomes relevant to the participants they are coaching
    (recreational participants to National level athletes);
  • Evaluated by demonstrating coaching outcomes to a specified standard.

To learn more about the NCCP, visit the Coaching Association of Canada web site and refer to the Ski Jumping and Nordic Combined Canada NCCP Operations Manual.

Ski Jumping Canada and Nordic Combined Canada have defined a participant and a coach development model as well as 1 pathway in order to clarify how one goes about becoming a certified coach, and to demonstrate the overall vision of the federation for its coaches and participants in the years to come.

Development Models

  • Participant and Coach Development model Ski Jumping/Nordic Combined (PDF)

Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD)

  • Ski Jumping Long Term Athlete Development Model (PDF)
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