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The Coaches Association of Ontario (CAO) is delighted to announce that as of April 1, 2022, thanks in part to funding from the Ontario Ministry of Heritage, Sport, Tourism and Culture Industries, which supports Coaching Enhancement Programs, the well-known Coach Bursary program will be allocating a portion of funds to low income coaches.

Eligible coaches can apply to receive 100% of their NCCP workshop fee covered under the all new low income coach bursary. This brand new initiative is aimed at removing financial barriers for coaches who meet the eligibility criteria.

“We hope this new extension to our popular coach bursary program will make NCCP more accessible to coaches across the province who may have previously faced barriers to the training”, said CAO Executive Director Jeremy Cross. “It is always our aim to provide access to high quality coach education to anyone who is committed to coaching and developing athletes and participants in sport by improving their own knowledge and abilities. We hope this update to the bursary program will further that goal.”

The bursary is available to low income individuals who meet certain eligibility requirements. Individual coaches can apply, or their club/organization can apply on their behalf. Full program and eligibility details can be found on the CAO’s Funding for Coaches webpage.

For more information about the Coach Bursary program, please email or call (416) 426-7086