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Table Tennis Canada is excited to announce the new Coach Development Plan. After 2 years of preparation with our Coach Developers and the Coach Development Committee we are happy to share the ambitious plan moving forward for more development of Table Tennis coaches in Canada. 

Our main goal is to make it more accessible for coaches to get their certification by overhauling/updating the contents of our coaching streams without compromising the expected outcomes – the coach still needs to be knowledgeable about our Sport Specificity and how the Coaching Association of Canada (CAC) National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) works; and at the same time offer a safe environment for all part involved that fosters equality, equity and inclusivity.

Thorsten Gohl, Chair Coach Development Committee Table Tennis Canada – “Our plan is very ambitious, but we can do it. This is the time to do it, in preparation for the Canada Winter Games in 2023 and with all the amazing and talented Coach Developers that we have in Canada. It will push us to do more!!!” 

By the year 2027 (Canada Winter Games year) we would like to increase our numbers for Community Sport Initiation (CSI) coaches from 276 currently to 1,000. Spending the next few years on reaching teachers, parents and communities to provide the training. For our Introduction to Competition coaches we like to increase the numbers from currently 204 coaches to 350 coaches. Enabling former athletes, parents and CSI coaches to move into the next stream with our coach development. 

Marles Martins, Technical Development Manager – “Coaches are the multipliers of athletes and the glue that keeps the development system together. Our goal is to drastically increase the number of coaches so we can have Table Tennis spread out to a larger population of Canadians of all diversity, creating a solid base/grassroots for development.”
Former Olympian Mariann Domonkos says it clearly “We have so much knowledge of our sport here in Canada. Let’s use it.” Wise words that we take to heart. It is all about coming together, sharing resources, working as one for the better of our sport. Great things will happen. Stay tuned. Be ready!!! 

Therefore Table Tennis Canada will start a Professional Development session on a monthly basis. 

January 12 – Aerobic Table Tennis February 9 – Engaging Girls 9-15March 23 – Advanced techniques 1April 6 – Senior Table TennisMay 11 – Service & Receive 1June 8 – Women in Table TennisJuly 20 – Advanced techniques 2August 10 – High PerformanceSeptember 14 – Service & Receive 2October 26 – School/Recreation Table TennisNovember 9 – Advanced techniques 3December 21 – Service & Receive 3

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to Technical Development Manager Marles Martins at