- Learn To Ride
- Equine Welfare
A slate of valuable sessions covering the theory skills which are valuable for those going forward for Coach Evaluation. For instance, Emergency Action Plan, Writing a Lesson Plan, Yearly Training Plan, etc. Multi-level sessions for Instructor, Competition Coach, and Competition Coach Specialist, and a mix of online and in-person classes. Includes in-person lunging and mentorship opportunities.
Please note that all attendees will be required to comply with Manitoba Covid mandates current on the day of the event.
Upon registration your application will be reviewed to ensure you are registering for the course appropriate to your experience. An invoice will be sent once this is confirmed and should be paid in full prior to course date by cheque, credit card or e-transfer. Provincial grants may be available to registrants; details will be sent with your invoice. Zoom sessions will not be recorded for future viewing; in-person sessions may be available in Winnipeg and/or Brandon depending on the participants who register. Missed sessions cannot be reimbursed. Registration closing date is September 27, 2021.
Bonus for EC Certified Coaches! An auditing price has been set for coaches to attend to gain knowledge and add to PD points. No officials accreditation will be acquired. Only $50 per event: see MHC's Officials web page
Western: November 5, 2021
English: November 27/28, 2021
Twelve online sessions covering some of the most important equine management issues; of interest to coaches and riders alike.
$25 per individual session; 15% discount if you book 3 or more. Zoom links will be sent on receipt of payment.
Asterisked courses are offered to MHC Officials at a preferential price.
Register here: https://forms.gle/FC2PwFBHJg7XDuHHA
|Event Date||Registration Deadline||Topic||Discipline|
|2021-11-14||2021-11-10||MMC Stable Management Part 1||General|
|2021-11-21||2021-11-17||MMC Stable Management Part 2||General|
|2022-01-02||2022-12-29||MMC General unsoundness*||General|
|2022-01-09||2022-01-05||MMC The hoof and unsoundness||General|
|2022-01-16||2022-01-12||MMC Teeth and dentistry||General|
|2022-02-06||2022-02-02||MMC Soft Skills*||General|
|2021-12-05||2021-12-01||MMC Western Tack/boots*||Western|
|2022-01-30||2022-01-26||MMC Western Lunging||Western|
|2021-12-12||2021-12-08||MMC English Tack/boots*||English|
|2022-01-23||2022-01-19||MMC English Lunging||English|
Planning for a multi-media event, Hall of Fame, Sport Manitoba, Winnipeg PLUS online through Zoom. More details to come.
Coaches of Ontario “Coach Developer Professional Development Month 2021: Rebuilding Connections”. There is a course for online training for Learning Facilitators which some of you might be interested in on Oct. 27th which is free. The sessions are worth either 1 or 2 PD pts. For more information, go to: https://web.cvent.com/event/4412e37c-d939-4b97-85db-c33f31ad8c70/summary
EC's ECampus’s live training calendar includes a suite of online NCCP Multi-sport Training Modules tailored to equestrian coaches, offered as a result of EC’s strengthened partnership with the CAC’s Provincial/Territorial Coaching Representatives. The Coaches Association of Ontario (CAO) is graciously supporting the first wave of training modules.
Additionally, EC has developed three NCCP Equestrian-specific Training Modules:
For information and how to access these courses through MyEC, follow this link.
Want to know where you might be within the Ec Rider level program? Want to know the standards for EC Rider level for your discipline? This is the information night for you! We will be covering each of the rider levels in enough detail to allow you to understand how the rider levels work, what kind of knowledge you need to know for the rider levels and how to proceed to achieve them. Watch for the next sessions to be announced.
From 2022 an EC Coach Licence will be required for anyone coaching at an EC sanctioned show. An EC Coach Certification is becoming a critical part of the Coach Licence. Want to have a better understanding of how to become certified and the steps you need to take to get there? These are the information nights for you! We will be covering all you need to do, and minimum standards for certification for each of the disciplines.
Go to http://www.sportmanitoba.ca/coaching for current programs. Remember, as a Certified Equestrian Canada coach your PD points should come 50% from clinics, volunteering and other professional activities; the other 50% should come from NCCP courses.
Please contact the following Sport Manitoba Regional Office staff to discuss opportunities to assist your attendance at any Coaching event.
Regional Sport Development Officer: Shannon Schade
Cell: 204-268-0153 E-mail: [email protected]
Regional Sport Development Officer: Iris Murray
Cell: 204-679-6550 E-mail: [email protected]
Regional Sport Development Officer: Leanne Traynor
Cell: 204-362-0452 E-mail: [email protected]
Regional Sport Development Officer: Amy Gabler
Cell: 204-720-0127 E-mail: [email protected] or [email protected]
Sport Development Officer: Amanda Daurie
Office: 204-925-5907 Cell: 204-223-4078 E-mail: [email protected]
May 2021: Coaching News and Opportunities
December 2020: Coach Licensing & Covid Updates
April 2020: COVID-19 Newsletter
March 2020: March newsletter: Upcoming courses, coach licensing
July 2019: Upcoming Fall Courses.
May 2019: Equestrian Canada Coach Licensing Survey. Equestrian Canada's proposed coach licensing program
December 2018: https://mailchi.mp/b3981c26ca68/have-you-registered-yet
November 2018: https://mailchi.mp/6b0793333a6f/important-coaching-news