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.

You can find the Respect in Sport online course by doing a web search for Respect in Sport Sask Sport, click on the heading Access Training, scroll down and click on All other Coaches, choose language, click on New to this Program, click on New User, complete the registration questions (for Association, click on the plus sign for Sask Sport and choose Bowling Federation of Saskatchewan), under the Communication to the NCCP heading click on allow, submit registration and complete the online modules.

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:

C5PBA NCCP Competitive Coach Pathway 

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