NCCP Learning Facilitator Page

Welcome to the NCCP Learning Facilitator web page.  On this page you will find the latest content additions to volleyball's NCCP courses.  Every LF prior to delivering a course should review this page to make sure they are working with the most recent NCCP materials.

Learning Facilitator Training

The How to Develop Volleyball Learning Facilitators document is the key information document for developing Learning Facilitators for volleyball. It explains the proscribed pathway for LF development and is intended for all of volleyball’s individuals and organizations (Master Learning Facilitators, Provincial/Territorial Volleyball Associations, etc.) responsible for identifying, selecting, training, and evaluating Learning Facilitators. Several different training options are available for developing new Learning Facilitators or providing professional development opportunities for existing Learning Facilitators.

Learning Facilitator Training Workshop (two-day workshop)
This is a two-day workshop designed to develop effective LF teaching and facilitation skills. Please contact your Provincial/Territorial Coaching Representative

Learning Facilitator Mentorship Training
The Learning Facilitator Mentorship Training - Process Summary document provides the recommended process for training new LF's on an individual basis.

Volleyball Learning Facilitator Training - Group Workshop (one-day workshop)
This is a one-day group workshop for training new LF's in the delivery of the volleyball NCCP program or for updating existing LF's on new course content and teaching methodologies.

 

Level 1 (Context: Instruction-Beginners)

Level 1 - Learning Facilitator Guide - Updated August, 2011
Level 1 - Coach Workbook - Updated August, 2011
Level 1 - Portfolio and Evaluation Requirements - Updated August, 2011

Level 1 Course Additional Documents
Please provide the following document(s) to all participants
Volleyball For Life: LTAD for Volleyball in Canada - Updated April 2007
Coaching Athletes with a Disability - Added Spring 2009

Additional supporting files for successful session delivery (for use by the LF)
The New NCCP Explained - Updated December 2007
A great self-executing and narrated PowerPoint presentation on the new NCCP system. Ideal for use during the course introduction.

LTAD Flash Presentation - Updated June 2010
A narrated 20min Flash slide show movie on the volleyball LTAD model. Ideal for use during the workshop LTAD session. This is a Shockwave Flash file (.swf) which plays in your web browser. In fact when you click on the link above likely the presentation will load ans start playing in your browser. To save the file, click on the "LTAD Flash Presentation" link above. As the presentation starts to load/play, click "File" then click "Save As..."(or "Save Page As..."). This brings up a menu which allows you to save the file.

Although swf files are very common and you've likely played them through your web browser many times in the past, this file type is not automatically associated with web browsers. So when you click on the file you may be asked what program you wish to open the file with. In this situation you can select your web browser program (i.e. Internet Explorer or Firefox) or do the following instead:

  • Open your web browser;
  • From the drop down menu, select "File" then "Open File...";
  • Select the LTAD presentation file;
  • The file should load and start playing in your browser similar to how other streaming movies do.

Level 2 - Indoor (Context: Competition-Introduction)

Level 2 - Indoor Learning Facilitator Guide - Updated May 2009
Level 2 - Indoor Coach Workbook - Updated May 2009
Level 2 - Indoor Portfolio and Evaluation Requirements - Updated May 2009

Level 2 Indoor Course Additional Documents
Please provide the following article(s) to all participants
Volleyball For Life: LTAD for Volleyball in Canada - Updated April 2007

Additional supporting files for successful session delivery (for use by the LF)
The New NCCP Explained - Updated December 2007
A great self-executing and narrated PowerPoint presentation on the new NCCP system. Ideal for use during the course introduction.

LTAD Flash Presentation - Updated June 2010
A narrated 20min Flash slide show movie on the volleyball LTAD model. Ideal for use during the workshop LTAD session. This is a Shockwave Flash file (.swf) which plays in your web browser. In fact when you click on the link above likely the presentation will load ans start playing in your browser. To save the file, click on the "LTAD Flash Presentation" link above. As the presentation starts to load/play, click "File" then click "Save As..."(or "Save Page As..."). This brings up a menu which allows you to save the file.

Although swf files are very common and you've likely played them through your web browser many times in the past, this file type is not automatically associated with web browsers. So when you click on the file you may be asked what program you wish to open the file with. In this situation you can select your web browser program (i.e. Internet Explorer or Firefox) or do the following instead:

  • Open your web browser;
  • From the drop down menu, select "File" then "Open File...";
  • Select the LTAD presentation file;
  • The file should load and start playing in your browser similar to how other streaming movies do.

 

Level 2 - Beach (Context: Competition-Introduction)

Level 2 - Beach Learning Facilitator Guide - Updated March 2011
Level 2 - Beach Coach Workbook - Updated March 2011
Level 2 - Beach Portfolio and Evaluation Requirements - Updated March 2011

Level 2 Beach Course Additional Documents
Please provide the following article(s) to all participants
Volleyball For Life: LTAD for Volleyball in Canada - Updated April 2007

Additional supporting files for successful session delivery (for use by the LF)
The New NCCP Explained - Updated December 2007
A great self-executing and narrated PowerPoint presentation on the new NCCP system. Ideal for use during the course introduction.

LTAD Flash Presentation - Updated June 2010
A narrated 20min Flash slide show movie on the volleyball LTAD model. Ideal for use during the workshop LTAD session. This is a Shockwave Flash file (.swf) which plays in your web browser. In fact when you click on the link above likely the presentation will load ans start playing in your browser. To save the file, click on the "LTAD Flash Presentation" link above. As the presentation starts to load/play, click "File" then click "Save As..."(or "Save Page As..."). This brings up a menu which allows you to save the file.

Although swf files are very common and you've likely played them through your web browser many times in the past, this file type is not automatically associated with web browsers. So when you click on the file you may be asked what program you wish to open the file with. In this situation you can select your web browser program (i.e. Internet Explorer or Firefox) or do the following instead:

  • Open your web browser;
  • From the drop down menu, select "File" then "Open File...";
  • Select the LTAD presentation file;
  • The file should load and start playing in your browser similar to how other streaming movies do.

 

Level 3 - Indoor (Context: Competition-Development)

Level 3 - Indoor Learning Facilitator Guide - Updated May 2008
Level 3 - Indoor Coach Workbook - Updated May 2008
Level 3 - Indoor Portfolio and Evaluation Requirements - Updated May 2008

Level 3  Course Additional Documents
Please provide the following article(s) to all participants
Volleyball For Life: LTAD for Volleyball in Canada - Updated April 2007

Additional supporting files for successful session delivery (for use by the LF)
The New NCCP Explained - Updated December 2007
A great self-executing and narrated PowerPoint presentation on the new NCCP system. Ideal for use during the course introduction.

LTAD Flash Presentation - Updated June 2010
A narrated 20min Flash slide show movie on the volleyball LTAD model. Ideal for use during the workshop LTAD session. This is a Shockwave Flash file (.swf) which plays in your web browser. In fact when you click on the link above likely the presentation will load ans start playing in your browser. To save the file, click on the "LTAD Flash Presentation" link above. As the presentation starts to load/play, click "File" then click "Save As..."(or "Save Page As..."). This brings up a menu which allows you to save the file.

Although swf files are very common and you've likely played them through your web browser many times in the past, this file type is not automatically associated with web browsers. So when you click on the file you may be asked what program you wish to open the file with. In this situation you can select your web browser program (i.e. Internet Explorer or Firefox) or do the following instead:

  • Open your web browser;
  • From the drop down menu, select "File" then "Open File...";
  • Select the LTAD presentation file;
  • The file should load and start playing in your browser similar to how other streaming movies do.

 

Flow Theory - Sample 1 - Updated May 2007
Flow Theory - Sample 2 - Updated May 2007
Flow Theory - Sample 3 - Updated May 2007

Level 3 - Beach (Context: Competition-Development)

Level 3 - Beach Learning Facilitator Guide (draft) - Updated April 2008
Level 3 - Beach Coach Workbook (draft) - Updated April 2008
Level 3 - Beach Portfolio and Evaluation Requirements (draft) - Update April 2008

Level 3  Beach Course Additional Documents
Please provide the following article(s) to all participants
Volleyball For Life: LTAD for Volleyball in Canada - Updated April 2007

Additional supporting files for successful session delivery (for use by the LF)
The New NCCP Explained - Updated December 2007
A great self-executing and narrated PowerPoint presentation on the new NCCP system. Ideal for use during the course introduction.

LTAD Flash Presentation - Updated June 2010
A narrated 20min Flash slide show movie on the volleyball LTAD model. Ideal for use during the workshop LTAD session. This is a Shockwave Flash file (.swf) which plays in your web browser. In fact when you click on the link above likely the presentation will load ans start playing in your browser. To save the file, click on the "LTAD Flash Presentation" link above. As the presentation starts to load/play, click "File" then click "Save As..."(or "Save Page As..."). This brings up a menu which allows you to save the file.

Although swf files are very common and you've likely played them through your web browser many times in the past, this file type is not automatically associated with web browsers. So when you click on the file you may be asked what program you wish to open the file with. In this situation you can select your web browser program (i.e. Internet Explorer or Firefox) or do the following instead:

  • Open your web browser;
  • From the drop down menu, select "File" then "Open File...";
  • Select the LTAD presentation file;
  • The file should load and start playing in your browser similar to how other streaming movies do.

 

 

Learning Facilitator Feedback

As a Learning Facilitator, you utilize the NCCP course materials on a regular basis.  We want your feedback!  How are the materials working for the course you have recently delivered?  Are there any additional materials that would be helpful to you?  Do the current materials meet your needs?  Or have you shown initiative and developed some additional materilas for the courses you deliver? 

Please share so the rest of the LF's can benefit from you experiences! We'll be sure to post the best ideas & materials on this page. Send all comments, questions, concerns, and ideas to: James Sneddon, Domestic Development Director.
 

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