The National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) provides standardized, inclusive, and safe sport education to coaches and coach developers across 65 sports. The Coaching Association of Canada (CAC) manages and delivers NCCP training through its partner network of 65 National Sport Organizations and Provincial/Territorial Sport Organizations. For more details on the streams, competencies and outcomes visit the CAC website.

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The CAC has an online platform built specifically for coaches. If you have not done so already, create your free account to engage in NCCP eLearning, register for events, access your NCCP coaching transcript, and more.



Karate Canada (KC) has defined a participant and a coach development model as well as 3 pathways in order to clarify how one goes about becoming a certified coach, and to demonstrate the overall vision of the federation for its coaches and participants in the years to come.

To see what course would be needed for the Karate Canada Coaching stream you are interested in, please visit:

Karate Canada

To see the complete Sport Specific and Multisport requirements play out for Prince Edward Island, in order to assist coaches in determining what coaching course they need to reach Trained or Certified status visit


Current PEI Provincial Coaches

PEI Head Coach 

Collin Affleck

PEI Assistant Coach 

Aoife Guilfoyle