Coaching & Player Development
Grant Opportunity for Women Coaches
Bowls Canada Boulingrin is pleased to announce a funding opportunity for women bowls coaches. In collaboration with the Coaching Association of Canada, BCB is pleased to offer five grants of $200 towards NCCP workshops for women bowls coaches.
While women make up over 50% of the bowls population in Canada, the number of women coaches is drastically lower. These grants are intended to further encourage women to continue down their coaching pathway. For more information on the bowls coaching program, please click here.
Women wishing to take advantage of this opportunity can fill out the online application form here. Grants will be awarded based on qualifications on a first-come first-served basis.
To view the Coaching Association of Canada’s NCCP workshops, please follow this link: https://www.coach.ca/multi-sport-training-s15501
Coaching is an important facet in any club's activities. It is necessary to give all new bowlers the best advantage when they first begin to bowl, so each club should have at least one qualified coach available to help beginners.
Retention of members is a key element in strengthening club membership numbers. One of the ways you can improve your club's ability to keep new members, is by allowing them to have personal coaching instruction when they join.
For information about coaching please contact Dave Burrows, Chair, Coaching Commitee. firstname.lastname@example.org