HIGH FIVE® Sport

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HIGH FIVE Sport 4-hour on-demand training helps coaches understand healthy child development, what motivates children to participate in sport, and what strategies help them want to continue to play. The training addresses the key barriers girls face in long-term participation in sport programs. These barriers include lack of quality, enjoyment, and confidence. The training uses the five principles of HIGH FIVE—Caring Leader, Participation, Mastery, Play, and Friends—to address these barriers and encourage lasting participation in sports.

This 4-hour on-demand training is designed for coaches, managers, and trainers and is based on best practices for sport leadership. All participants receive a certificate upon completion of the training and 3 NCCP points.

Learner Outcomes:

Upon completion of this training, learners will be able to:

  • Identify cognitive, emotional and social development traits of children 4 to 12
  • Determine a coach's impact on a child's experience
  • Communicate effectively with children and their parents
  • Identify strategies to reduce competition pressure

Resources: Participants receive the HIGH FIVE® Sport Workbook and Coach Kit.

Complimentary Modules:

Upon completion of this training, learners will receive access to 4 complimentary modules, including:

  • Women 55+ In Sport
  • Intersecting Identities
  • Engaging Girls Aged 9-15 
  • Postnatal Mothers Return to Sport 

Each complimentary module provides 1 NCCP point upon completion.

Audience: Program Leaders, Lifeguards, Coaches, Instructors, Counsellors, Managers, Supervisors, Educators

Successful candidates will receive a certificate.

National Coaches Certification Professional Development Points (NCCP) – 3 points

Dual certification in PHCD and HIGH FIVE Sport is also available.

This training was developed in partnership with CPRA and made possible through funding from the Government of Canada Sport Canada

*All HIGH FIVE training is eligible for PD points.

Duration: 
Four Hours
Audience: Coaches