RESOURCES FOR COACHES & CANDIDATES
HCBC BOOK STORE
The HCBC store carries hundreds of titles of coaching manuals and reference books. If you are looking for coaching resources, then go to the HCBC store to find a great selection of books. HCBC Members receive a 10% discount on all book orders by logging into the HCBC website and using the code given under the discount tab.
How do I get an NCCP Number?
- Go to www.coach.ca
- Click on the tab called The Locker
- Click on “Don’t have an account? Create one now!”
- Check the box “I agree”
- Check the box “I want to create a Locker account for access to my transcript, eLearning opportunities, to sign up for coaching events, and more!” – Fill in your info – Click Register
- Login to your email account and open the verification email that was sent to you
- Click on the “click here” at the very end of the email
- Create a password
- Click submit
- Click on the Icon “Profile”
- In the left hand corner of your screen under your name is your NCCP#
COACHING YOUNG CHILDREN
Do you have students younger than 8? If so, take a look at the HCBC publication, Run, Jump, RIDE! This handbook gives some fun ideas to do with your younger students when they are not riding. The guide is designed to help develop fundamental movement skills in our younger equestrians. For kids who want to learn about and have fun with horses we also offer the P’Tit Trot Program. This is a beautifully illustrated book for Western and English students. This program is perfect for Parents, Camps, Instructors or teachers to use. Having access to a horse is not required to complete P’Tit Trot.
CONCUSSIONS & BRAIN INJURY
All Coaches and Coach candidates should take the time to visit this outstanding resource website on concussions.
Link for criminal record search
Candidates for Coach and Instructor Lesson Plan and Emergency Action Plan Submission rules – please read before submitting an Application
Lesson Plans must be submitted on a topic of the designated lists. Candidates may choose their own topics. Lesson Plans and EAP’s should be submitted on single spaced typed paper in Arial or Calibri fonts in size 12, and may NOT be 2 sided sheets of paper. If being submitted electronically they should be submitted in Microsoft Word, or PDF format ONLY. They should submitted together in one single document and not in multiple pages/attachments, and should be titled by First&LastName-Discipline-Level-Topic (ie. MaryBob-English-Instructor-OnTheFlat)
The scope of Instructor lessons is “introduce and practice”