Coaches

Rowing Canada Aviron is committed to excellence - whether a coach is coaching athletes rowing for the first time, or competing for Canada at the Olympic and Paralympic Games. Through Coach Education, RCA provides coaches with the right knowledge for skill development to help every rower strive for excellence. 

For more information on coaching, please email Colleen Miller or coacheducation@rowingcanada.org.


2017 Development Grants

Rowing Canada Aviron (RCA) distributed 2017 Coach Development Grants to 15 Provincial Rowing Associations and member clubs at last week’s RCA National Conference. For the 2017 Development Grants, RCA focused on coaching development with an emphasis on increasing the number of NCCP Certified Coaches and Coach Developers in Canada.

The following 15 Provincial Rowing Associations and clubs received grants for 2017:

Rowing BC // Row Nova Scotia // Peterborough Rowing Club // Kenora Rowing Club // Kennebecasis Rowing Club // Thunder Bay Rowing Club // Calgary Rowing Club // Fredericton Rowing Club // Victoria City Rowing Club // Saskatchewan Rowing Association // Manitoba Rowing Association // Greater Victoria Youth Rowing Society // Leander Boat Club // Brentwood College // Aviron Quebec

For more information, please see announcement.


Jack Nicholson Coaching Bursary

The Jack Nicholson Coaching Bursary has been created at the request of Jack Nicholson and his family, to support the development of coaches in Canada.

Jack did so much for this great sport that his loss will be felt across the Canadian rowing community. Jack's stamina and passion for coaching was unmatched. Even in his final days he was giving direction for this fund to support rowing coaches today and into the future. 

Funds received by the Jack Nicholson Coaching Bursary will be managed by Rowing Canada Aviron and distributed back into the rowing community in consultation with Jack's family. 

To make your donation to the Jack Nicholson Coaching Bursary, please click here. Thank you for your generous contribution in honour of one of Canada's longest-serving rowing coaches.