Skate Canada trains and certifies their coaches under the National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) standards set by the Coaching Association of Canada (CAC).
All coaches must go through Skate Canada’s NCCP and hold an active status. Throughout coach training, coaches earn different NCCP statuses to further their coach qualifications. In this respect, a coach’s NCCP status reflects the level they are qualified to coach.
Any coach instructing in Skate Canada clubs or schools must have an active NCCP status and be registered as a Skate Canada Professional Coach for the current membership season.
Skate Regina is proud to have many experienced and valued coaches call our club "home".
Whether you join us for your first steps on the ice or are working towards national excellence and beyond, our coaches and program assistants will lead athletes towards accomplishing their goals.
Want to become a CanSkate Coach?
Skate Canada’s NCCP model is in direct alignment with the Long-Term Athlete Development (LTAD) model which allows coach training and certification to be specific to the development of an athlete as they progress through the sport.
Click on the link below to review Skate Canada's National Coach Certification Program: