In response to our recent Member Survey and consistent with our Strategic Plan, we are committed to enhancing member services by providing valuable resources for RCA Coach Education.
Over the coming year, our plan is to continually add to these resources.
RCA is proud to launch its first eLearning module for the RCA Athlete Development Pathway. This module will help you develop and refine your understanding of the RCA Athlete Development Pathway. If you would like to collect one NCCP Professional Development Credit for completing this module, you will need to pass a short quiz at the end. To begin the module, please click here.
Tips for Completing the Module:
Your responses will be saved as you complete the module. If you need to take a break from the module and close your browser, select “Yes” when asked if you would like to resume when you relaunch the module and you will be able to carry on where you left off. Note: This feature will only work if you use the same device and browser. If you are using a public computer, to prevent other users seeing your answers once you leave the computer relaunch the module and select “No” when asked if you want to resume where you left off. This will clear all your entries.
To access the Athlete Development Pathway document referred to in the module you will need Adobe Reader, the most recent version of which you can download for free.
Take a sneak peek at the RCA Athlete Development Pathway. All registered coaches in the RCA web registration system will have access to the complete RCA Athlete Development Pathway and the CAN ROW Coaches Handbook. Please contact Colleen Miller to receive your digital copies.
Become a Registered Coach
Please ensure you have an account in the RCA web registration system and are in the role of "coach" for your member club or association.
If you are an active coach at your club but are not registered in this system, please contact your Club Administrator and request that they add you as a registered coach.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all those individuals and organisations that have contributed to creating these new resources.