Active Coach status is contingent on holding a current SAA membership
Note: RiS Certification is a mandatory requirement for SAA coaches
Don't forget to complete the mandatory RESPECT in SPORT to ensure your coaching credentials are current.
Put your name on the waiting list !
Previous Clinic Dates and locations:
2014 - Melville, Dundurn and Swift Current
October 2015 - Prince Albert
December 2016 - Regina Sask
October 2017 - Saskatoon & Regina
October 2018 - Regina
RESPECT in SPORT - mandatory requirement for SAA coaches and volunteers.
Deadline for completion: Prior to coaching or volunteering at any club or provincial activity.
The requirement to maintain "Certified" status through the accumulation of Professional Development points and proof of active coaching, officially started for all sports on January 1, 2014. However, any PD points earned in 2013 will be counted towards the maintenance of your certification even though the maintenance requirements for your certification only came into effect on January 1, 2014. This effectively gave you all of 2013 as a bonus additional year to have earned PD points.
You will have five years to get the required number of points, though some sports have chosen a shorter period of time.
NOTE: We are collecting names from those interested in attending the next clinic. We will contact you once we have the maximum number of participants (20) on the waiting list.
This toll-free service provides bilingual response to calls, texts or emails by expert staff who will guide you to the necessary resources pertaining to:
•child and youth maltreatment •bullying •hazing •national/provincial child and youth protection laws, and •organization-specific risk management and dispute resolution models.
In the event you are faced with a situation involving maltreatment and are unsure how to proceed, the Respect Resource Line is confidential and anonymous, and available 365 days per year to assist through the below platforms: