Who: 15 years old and over
Where: Across Canada
What: Ski coaching is a great way to start a life-long career or just share your passion for skiing.
To coach with any Alpine Canada club, you must be certified through the Canadian Ski Coaches’ Federation (CSCF).
Alpine Canada works with the Canadian Ski Coaches’ Federation to develop and deliver coaching certifications and professional development programs. Visit the Canadian Ski Coaches’ Federation website.
* All alpine coaching certification programs are part of the National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) and meet or exceed all NCCP standards.
Coach certification programs reflect Alpine Canada’s long-term skier development plan (AIM 2 WIN).
|Coach certification program||AIM 2 WIN Stage:|
|Entry Level||Skier Essentials|
|Entry Level-Para||Skier Essentials|
|Development Level||Learn to Train/Learn to Race|
|Development Level-Para||Learn to Train/Learn to Race|
|Performance Level||Train to Race|
|High Performance - Level 4 Program Director||Train to Win|
|High Performance - Level 4 Elite Coach||Train to Win|
|Ski Cross - Current certification requires an Entry Level certification plus the Ski Cross Coaching and Safety Module.||Skier Essentials|
Get involved – become a coach
Check out the event listings on the Canadian Ski Coaches’ Federation website to find certification courses near you.
Already a coach?
Alpine Canada and the Canadian Ski Coaches’ Federation now require active coaches to complete annual professional development updating in order to maintain an annual Alpine Canada-CSCF Coach License. Visit the Canadian Ski Coaches’ Federation professional development section for more information.
Check out the alpine coaching resource center on the Canadian Ski Coaches’ Federation website for documentation, coaching DVDs and more.
For more information:
Alpine Canada Alpin
Suite 302, 151 Canada Olympic Rd SW
Phone: 1.800.811.6428 ext. 249 - Manager, Coach Education Administration
Visit the Canadian Ski Coaches’ Federation website.