REGISTRATION DEADLINE: August 31, 2017
DATES: Thursday 7th September 2017 (8:30am) to Sunday 10th September 2017 (4:00pm)
LOCATION: Whistler Athlete Centre, BC (http://www.whistlersportlegacies.com/venues/whistler-athletes-centre)
REGISTRATION FEE: 400$ per coach (includes workshop materials, four complete days of training, 2 snacks per day); all other expenses are the responsibility of the participants. Note that the workshop may be cancelled for lack of registrations.
PRE-REQUISITES: Competition Introduction-Advanced (T2T) “trained” (both CCI-T2T dryland and on snow workshops completed).
REGISTRATION ONLINE: https://thelocker.coach.ca/event/registration/1547
Please contact Cathy Harris at email@example.com with any questions
COURSE CONTENT: The course topics will include: Developing athletic abilities (energy systems development including strength training for L2C athletes); Analyzing technique (biomechanics analysis of ski technique); Performance planning (designing YTP for L2C). NST/NDC IST specialists will be attending the workshop and providing insight on training NST and training center athletes. Note that the Prevention and Recovery module is now part of the on snow workshop.
LOGISTICS: Participants are responsible for booking their own flights, ground transportation and accommodation. For accommodation we recommend that you stay on site at the Whistler Athlete Centre (see website link above). If you choose to do so, mention “COMPDEV2017” as a reference. Please note that a block of rooms has been set aside for you to book. This block of rooms will be let go one month prior to the workshop, so if you plan to stay at the athlete centre please book prior to Aug 31, 2017.
PRE-WORKSHOP MATERIALS AND ASSIGNMENT: Upon receiving registrations, some reading materials and a pre-workshop assignment (mandatory) will be forwarded to participants with details and deadlines.
ON SNOW COMP-DEV WORKSHOP:
After completing the Dryland Comp-Dev. workshop, the next step will be getting started on the Comp-Dev. evaluations, completing the multi-sport Comp-Dev. modules (if not done already) and attending the On Snow Comp-Dev. Workshop.