Wheelchair Basketball Coaching Clinic

NCCP Wheelchair Basketball Competition Introduction Coaching Clinic

The OWSA, in partnership with the Coaches Association of Ontario and the City of Toronto are hosting an NCCP Wheelchair Basketball Competition Introduction coaching clinic.male wheelchair basketball coach wearing tie holding clipboard with female assistant coach talking to athletes at half-time

This course is open to any individuals interested in coaching wheelchair basketball at a community or competitive level. Coaches will learn how to instruct, observe, and correct skills in a combination of in-class and on-court settings. They will have the opportunity to practice planning and teaching sport-specific fundamental skills and concepts appropriate for athletes in the Learn to Train stage of the Long-Term Athlete Development pathway.

Competition Introduction is a 19-hour course scheduled over three days. Coaches must attend all three days in order to be credited for completion of the course.

Course Details

Date: Friday, December 2 – Sunday, December 4, 2016

Time: 6:00pm start on Friday, December 2

Location: Parkway Forest Community Centre
55 Forest Manor Road, Toronto ON


  • Free – City of Toronto residents
  • $80 – Non-Residents

Program Barcode: 2907594


Registration opens on Saturday, October 1 at 7:00am and October 11 for Non-City of Toronto residents

Family and Client Numbers are required to register. If you do not already have these, please call 416-338-4386 before registering. This can be done before the program registration is active.

Registration Methods:

female wheelchair basketball coach standing with clipboard with male coach in wheelchair talking to female wheelchair basketball teamFor further details on the National Coaching Certification Program and the coaching pathway for wheelchair basketball coaches please visit the Wheelchair Basketball Canada website.

Inquiries can be directed to Josée Matte, OWSA Wheelchair Basketball Provincial Coordinator at josee@onpara.ca