2020 Coaches’ Conference Virtual Series
Every Thursday at 6 pm from August 6th, 2020 to September 24th, 2020
With the challenges of COVID-19 this year, the SCA Annual Coaches Conference will be going virtual!
The SCA Coaches Conference Virtual Series will be a series of sessions offered to our 100+ SCA coaches, coaches-in-training and junior coaches. Our primary goal for this conference is to offer top quality education to our coaches while keeping the cost at a minimum – which means we are offering the conference to our SCA coaches for FREE. The series will offer sessions from several Saskatchewan coaches and experts as well as guest presenters in partnership with the SCA from across Canada. The series promises widespread content and training from leadership development to skill progressions and everything in-between.
Sessions will be offered either live via Zoom or a pre-recorded presentation shared with coaches. Coaches must register to gain access to all sessions.
The live sessions will be hosted weekly at 6:00 pm on Thursdays, beginning the first week of August through to the end of September. Live sessions will be recorded and made available for those coaches who cannot attend because they are… well coaching!
Pre-recorded sessions also available upon registration:
Katie Marzolf – Cheer Infinity Athletics – “Athlete Bubble – How to Teach Young Athletes to Stay in Their Space”
Katie Marzolf – Cheer Infinity Athletics – “Coaching Tiny Novice”
Kelly McNally – Total Spirit – “What’s in YOUR Pro Shop?”
All live sessions will be recorded and made available to all registered for the conference.
Chris McLeod – The Forge – “Use Choreography and Skill Difficulty to Maximize the Score Sheet” Melissa Marzolf – SCA Coaching Director / Cheer Infinity Athletics – “Staying Safe and Healthy in the Gym” ...
Caitlyn Nelson – Cheer Factory – “Engaging Women in Sport” Jade Baiton – SCA Director / 306 Elite Cheer & Tumbling – “Flyer Drills & Flexibility” ...
Nick Verburg – Vision Cheer Company – “Adding Creativity to Your Stunt Sections” Trent Rempel – Physiotherapist / Warman Ultimate Cheerleading – “Injury Prevention – Watching for Warning Signs During Distance Training” Jennifer Ingham – SCA Director / Yorkton Raiders / Gridders Cheerleading – “How to Prepare for Worlds – School Cheer” ...
Lisa Aucoin – “BLOOM: Setting Goals, Discovering your Purpose & Becoming the Coach you’ve always wanted to be” Kristen Robertson – Marion Graham Dance – “Preparing your Dance Team for Worlds” Carley Weisbeck – SCA Dance Director / Boss Athletics – “Live Q & A with the Dance Director” ...
Eric Bestvater – Rebels Cheerleading Athletics – “Getting The Most Out Of Your Practices” Shanda Leftley – Prairie Fire Cheerleading – “Sportsmanship and Gym Culture” Jade Baiton – SCA Director / 306 Elite Cheer & Tumbling – “Routine Clean-up Tips” ...
Justin Fancis-Millet – Canadian Cheer Company – “Diversity and Inclusion” Melissa Ernst – Prairie Fire Cheerleading – “Taking Jumps to New Heights” ...
Eric Bestvater – Rebels Cheerleading Athletics – “Base Drills and Strength Training” Trent Rempel – Physiotherapist / Warman Ultimate Cheerleading – “Hollow Position: Anatomy, Biomechanics, Common Problems, and Corrective Exercise” Kelly McNally – Total Spirit – “What’s in YOUR Pro Shop?” (Prerecorded) ...
Ashley Herchak – SCA Judging Director / Boss Athletics – “Comparative Scoring for All Star & Scholastic Cheer” ...
A Huge THANK-YOU to our Conference Partners and
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Countless options that will work for your athletes and new and creative choreography ideas, each with coach notes, legality tips and more. Most skills have multiple ways of being executed. You can find a variety of grips, connections and levels of performance difficulty that still allow your team to execute the skill you want.
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ALL ACCESS PASS – Tips, tools and tricks from the experts all in one place, delivered to your favourite device.
MOTIVATION – Inspiration from your cheer icons to keep you motivated all season long
PARENT PERSPECTIVE – Gain an understanding of the sport your athlete loves and how best to support them