Coaching

A Club Coach Course and a refresher Club Coach workshop were held in Calgary the end of May, attended by four new coaches and 8 club coaches coaches.  Congratulations to the new coaches Gary De’ath, Terry Anderson, Peter Mok and Randy Lopaschuk.


Alberta’s head coach, Derek Dillon, is available to offer organizational support of the club coaches across the province, to run athlete development workshops and camps, and help develop coaching plans for players striving to reach a new level as a competitive player.  Contact Derek at coach@bowls.ab.ca.


To start the steps to become a coach contact the LBAA office by email.

A club coach course can be offered once we have six interested members.  The course typically runs over a Friday evening and a Saturday and gives coaches the tools and knowledge they need to introduce new bowlers to our sport. The course has been developed by Bowls Canada and the National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP).

For further details on the pathway for the trained Club Coach and for becoming a certified Competition or Performance Coach see the BCB Coach Development Pathway (PDF) – updated 2015.