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 | October 21, 2017 | Humboldt, SK

Community Coach Clinic | October 22, 2017 | Moose Jaw, SK

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