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Certification in Alberta
To complete certification for AquaGo! or Competition Introduction coaches first must complete the Make Ethical Decisions (MED) training available through Sport, Physical Activity and Recreation Alberta Culture, Multiculturalism and Status of Women (SPAR) of Alberta. Once completed you can then register to complete the MED online evaluation through your NCCP profile. Please note that it can take up to a week before credit for the training is given on your NCCP profile. You are not able to take the online evaluation for free until course credit is given.
To complete the AquaGo! evaluation, please go to the Artistic Swimming Coach website and log into your profile and follow the steps in the AquaGo! information block.
To complete the first evaluation click here for information.
Competition Introduction Evaluation
This process is currently under review since the Competition Introduction Course was updated. We anticipate being able to provide information in early September of 2021.
Please see the Evaluation Administration Process document for information on completing outcomes.
CAS manages all aspects of the Competition Development Program. For information about this program or to register for an evaluation please contact them directly at email@example.com.
If you will be coaching in the competitive stream you will have to be a trained Competition Introduction Coach and you will have two competitive seasons from the first day of taking the Competition Introduction course to complete certification. See the CAS Coach Registration and Certification Policy.