Coaching

Purpose of the Policy: 

The Bowling Federation of Saskatchewan is committed to creating a sport environment in which all individuals are treated with respect and dignity. Coaches have a responsibility to create a sporting environment that is free of harassment, abuse, bullying and neglect.

The Bowling Federation of Saskatchewan requires that all coaches participating in 5 Pin and 10 Pin bowling complete the online Respect in Sport (RiS) certification (or equivalency), as required by Sask Sport Inc.

Full Details | How to Register/Complete Courses | Sask Sport RiS Website

  • New coaches have 60 days from the completion of the Community ​Coach Course to complete  the Respect In Sport (RIS) on-line module. If you have completed RIS with another sport, please indicate this on your coach registration form at the time of the clinic.

Enforcement:

  • Any coach not having RiS certification (or equivalency) by the deadlines established will be removed as a coach until such time that the course is completed.
  • Non-compliance with this policy may result in further discipline as determined by the Board of Directors or in accordance with the Bowling Federation of Saskatchewan policy.

More Information:

Saskatchewan CTF 10-Pin Coaching Requirements

Upcoming Coaching Clinics:

Community Coach Clinic | September 28, 2019 | Prince Albert, SK

Intro to Competitive Coaching Clinic | October 4-6, 2019 | Regina, SK

  • Note: 
    Must be at least 6 months since taking Community Coach Clinic to register

Intro to Competitive Coaching Clinic | October 18-20, 2019 | Prince Albert, SK

  • Note: 
    Must be at least 6 months since taking Community Coach Clinic to register

 

More Information 

 If you are interested in attending please fill out the required form below and submit payment (Details on forms)

Clinic Registration & Payment Form

 

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