Request to Host a Course

BC Soccer is pleased to offer member organizations the opportunity to ensure that their coaches can receive the age appropriate soccer training within the Canada Soccer/BC Soccer coaching pathway.  By offering a more streamlined administrative approach to INVOICING AND FLEXIBLE COURSE DELIVERY MODEL, organizations are more equipped to have their coaches receive coach education.

All requests are made by organizations directly with BC Soccer to confirm the hosting requirements for the following Community coaching courses: Active Start, Fundamentals, Learn to Train and Soccer for Life.

The process of hosting Community Coaching Courses by member organizations and affiliate clubs is done on a request basis and directly with BC Soccer through www.coachcentre.ca.

If you are interested in hosting a course, you can refer to the details found in the Course Host Information Package and/or by watching the short video below.

 

BC Soccer is committed to the objective of educating coaches in the game of soccer and supports its member organizations who play a pivotal role in its delivery and has enhanced the administration of community coaching courses in the following ways:

  • Develop a flat fee invoicing structure to streamline the payment process for host organizations
  • Offer autonomy to Hosts to charge course participants if they choose
  • Lower the requirement for minimum registration numbers to avoid cancelations
  • Allow a degree of flexibility in the delivery format of coaching courses

In order that coaches can benefit from these coaching services, we have set parameters (minimum and maximums) around the number of participants we require to run a course effectively before they are approved. Some of the general host requirements are listed here below for both soccer community types within our membership called ‘Standard’ and ‘Remote’ categories of organizations.

The Terms and Conditions are outlined in the Course Host Information Package in detail

BC Soccer has introduced a simplified flat fee pay model for member organizations and affiliate clubs who host Community Coaching Courses.

These course fees are based on the respective course levels and based on organizations who fall into one of two categories called STANDARD and REMOTE Soccer Community Types.  These categories are based on District Association player registration numbers and hosts are billed according to the fee schedule below.

For more information please watch the video on the INVOICING AND FLEXIBLE COURSE DELIVERY MODEL

 

 

The BC Soccer Coaching Certification Database is a complete listing of all coaches who have successfully completed the following courses: Active Start, Fundamentals, Learn to Train, Soccer for Life, B Pretest, C License and B Licence Provincial. This database is updated monthly and organizations can cross reference their coach certification compliance with this tool.
 

The Canada Soccer Coaching Certification Database is a listing of all coaches who have successfully completed the following courses: B National License, A National License and those who received approved foreign coaching certification equivalency.

NCCP records coaching status through their database called The Locker. BC Soccer does not issue nor track NCCP coaching card numbers or provide access to The Locker database.  For questions relating to NCCP transcripts, please contact the Coaches Association of Canada directly.