Rally Cap Coaches
Updated Friday February 16, 2018 by Kanata Baseball Association.
Kanata Baseball Association's Rally Cap Program is our initiation program for players for players aged 5 to 9. Rally Cap is Baseball Canada's initiative to enhance players' and coaches' first experience with the game. The focus is on fun, friendships, and outdoor play. It is a great age to play baseball, and a rewarding age to be a coach!
NO EXPERIENCE IS REQUIRED. We are looking for outgoing, enthusiastic, passionate coaches who would enjoy playing with their children and fostering the love of sport. KBA will provide all necessary training and program materials, including practice guidelines.
To register as a Head Coach or Assistant Coach for Rally Cap:
1) Register yourself as a COACH with KBA by clicking here
2) Submit your Police Record Check (PRC). See this link for more information on how to start the process.
3) Complete the NCCP Rally Cap Coach online training:
- Email your convener at firstname.lastname@example.org for an NCCP Access ID which allows you to take the course for free
- Go to http://nccp.baseball.ca and register for an account (click the "Register" button in the left menu)
- Complete the registration form. If you already have an NCCP Number from another sport, enter it here. For "Local Association" enter "Kanata Baseball Association". Use the NCCP Access ID you were provided by the convener.
- Take the course! You will be completing a 2-part Initiation Module, earning "Coach Initiation in Sport" and "Coach Initiation in Baseball (Rally Cap)"
- After the course is completed, you will be assigned an NCCP Number (it may not be available until next business day). Send the NCCP Number to your convener at email@example.com, who will update your LeagueToolbox profile.
4) Attend the Rally Cap Coaching Clinic, typically held in mid-April in Kanata. This clinic provides you with hands-on experience on how to teach young players the 5 FUNdamentals of baseball. Each participant also comes away with a valuable Coaching Manual from Baseball Canada which outlines 100s of drills and activities you can use during your practices.
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