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RCA Coach Education and Development Committee

Categories: Coaching News

Rowing Canada Aviron (RCA) is seeking expressions of interest for individuals to fill up to five potential positions on the Coach Education and Development Committee by August 31, 2014.

The five roles include:

  • One (1) RCA-registered coach (with grassroots, club, provincial and high performance experience) as well as expertise in rowing technique, education, curriculum design and sport system development;
  • One (1) RCA-registered coach  or program leader with expertise in the development, delivery/instruction of recreational/masters/para rowing/coaching development programs at the community, regional and/or provincial levels; and,
  • Up to three (3) additional members-at-large based on project/core competency needs (defined above).

RCA is the national sport governing body for the sport of Rowing in Canada and a registered Canadian charity.  With its head office in Victoria, B.C. and its National Training Centre operations in London, Ontario and Victoria, B.C., RCA serves a broad constituency of over 15,000 participants through 145+ member clubs and associations across the country and is proud to be one of Canada’s top performing Summer Olympic sports.

Rowing Canada Aviron is looking for people of diverse backgrounds who want to be actively involved and engaged in this dynamic organization.  This is an exciting opportunity for someone who has experience in in coaching, adult education or organizational development, who brings professional expertise and business acumen to the table, who has a great passion for learning and, who wants to make a difference within the Canadian sports community.

For more information about the desired competencies of RCA CEDC members, the role of the CEDC, membership term, time commitment and application details, please see this .pdf RCA Coach Education Committee.

If you meet these requirements, offer some of the key competencies desired in a CEDC member, and you are interested in contributing your expertise to our progressive and innovative organization, please send a CV and statement of interest by Sunday, August 31, 2014 to Jacquelyn Novak, Director of Coach Education and Development via email to jnovak@rowingcanada.org.

Author: Alberta Rowing