2022 Coaching Information
Thank you for your interest in coaching!
It is because of volunteers like you that our kids are able to learn and grow through sport
There is a high demand for coaches for the 2022 season and we are ready to work with you to grow your coaching experience and development!
Coaching clinics are now live and open for registration
Log in with your NCCP (National Coaching Certification Program) number at the The Locker.coach.ca
New to coaching?
The Alberta Lacrosse Association outlines the "How to become a Lacrosse Coach" process to become a coach in Alberta, from getting your NCCP number to registering for your first clinic.
All Bench Staff, Managers and Trainers Must Register On RAMP
Coaches not registered in RAMP with up to date certification will not be permitted on the bench/floor.
ALA Coaching Regulation Change:
All ALA Sanctioned events MUST have at least one Community Development in Training Coach (attend classroom) or higher, who is at least 18 years of age and has completed the Making Head Way NCCP module. All coaches must be duly registered in RAMP. The Head Coach is responsible for adhering to the Alberta Lacrosse Association framework for Return to Activity and Alberta Government health orders.
A reminder for any coaches who took online clinics in 2020 and 2021 you are required to complete the on-floor portion to receive credit.
Registration for Coaches and Volunteers
To be allowed on the bench and game sheet, all bench staff, including coaches, assistant coaches, trainers and managers must register in RAMP every season.
*** if you have coached in previous years you will need to fill out the RAMP registration as it resets every year***
ALL team staff that are on the bench with the players, must supply a Criminal Record Check.