All TCA coaches, managers, and volunteers are required to complete Respect In Sport training. Those attending a provincial championship in 2022 are also subject to the certification requirements from Softball Saskatchewn.
CSOP - Community Sport On-Going Participation (Can also be called CSCCommunity Softball Coach). - Coaches who complete the e-learning (FOCSPart 1 and MED), online module #1, and the in-person clinic are deemed to be TRAINED (There is no certification at this level)
Comp. Intro. – Competition Introduction - Coaches who complete the e-learning (FOCS-Part 1 & 2 and MED), online modules #1, #2, #3 and the in-person clinic are deemed to be TRAINED. Coaches can become CERTIFIED after completing and passing the on-field evaluation.
Comp. Dev. – Competition Development - This is pathway is for coaches who are interested in Canada Games and National team opportunities and is administered by Softball Canada.
Coach E-Learning (Pre-requisites to take above Pathways)
Certification Requirements for Provincial Championships 2022
Please see Section 5 of the Softball Saskatchewan 2022 Handbook for full details and information. The chart below is in addition to the NCCP Coaching Certification Requirements listed above.
|Teams registering in a Provincial Championship category that DO NOT lead to a Western or Canadian Championship. U11 boys/girls, U13 B boys, U13 A & B girls, U15 B girls, U17 B girls, U19 B girls, men's and women's C.
||Must have: a minimum of one (1) coach on the Provincial Roster who is CSOP Trained and on the bench at the championship.
|Minor teams registering in Provincial Championship categories that lead to a Western Canadian Championship. U13 A boys, U15 B boys, U15 BW girls, U17 B boys, U17 BW girls, U19 B boys, and U19 BW girls.
||Must have: a minimum of one (1) coach who is Comp. Intro Certified and on the bench at the championship.
|All teams registering in a Provincial Championship category that leads to a Canadian Championship. U15 A boys/girls, U17 A boys/girls, U19 A boys/girls, U23 A mens's/women's, men's and women's.||The Head Coach must be identified on the roster and must be Comp. Intro Certified and in attenance at all games. Any assistant coach who wishes to be on-field and in the coaches box must be Comp. Intro Trained.|
*Note: This page is accurate as of January 2022. Please refer to information provided by Softball Saskatchewan for the most up to date requirements and related details.
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