Coach Clinic Registration OPEN now
To all NOMLA Members,
As the 2017 Box season is quickly approaching, we are asking that all coaches ensure that they register for the upcoming Coach Clinic that is scheduled to take place on the 7th and 8th of April at the Vernon Campus. This is a mandatory clinic for all who wish to coach (both head and assistant) box lacrosse this season.
Please email our interim coach coordinator: Travis Mann email@example.com with your confirmation of the clinic. We will be submitting our numbers to BCLA by the end of February.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info
Coaches infoApril 8, 2017 9am-4pm Centennial, Armstrong, BC Level 1 April 7-8, 2017 6pm-10pm & 9am-4pm Norval (boardroom), Armstrong, BC Level 2 We need coaches and bench persons for all levels, so please contact us if you are interested
Everyone getting Certified must register with NOMLA Acting Coaching Coordinator Travis Mann
Pen and paper!
Once successfully completed, the coach can register on-line for the clinic they wish to attend. After the season is finished you must go on-line to complete the workbook and be automatically registered with the NCCP Data Base as a ‘Trained” coach
All coaches attending training will be required to obtain a Password through the NOMLA Coaching Coordinator. Once the Password is obtained, the coaches will be required to go on-line and complete the pre-training question banks on subject material no longer covered in the clinics. This includes both Community and Competitive training.
Once on–line the coaches will be privy to coaching tools such as the drill manual and coaching DVD’S.
NEW information is available at the following website:
Form 100B for Box lacrosse coaches
See the documents tab
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How to Challenge level 1 (prospective coaches with Lacrosse experience can skip the level 1 clinic by challenging the level 1 exam. The challenge must be completed before taking level 2
Forms are available on the BCLA website through the following link: