Caribbean Coaching Certification Program (CCCP)

CCCP is a competency-based program administered by the Caribbean Association of National Olympic Committees (CANOC). Designed and developed for, and by, Caribbean coaches, the main objective of the CCCP is to improve the competency level of all coaches, in all sporting disciplines throughout the Caribbean.

The CCCP has been in existence since 1998 and has served to improve the overall abilities of the Caribbean coaching base. Betweeb 1998 and 2013 more than 500 persons in the Caribbean have completed the Coaching Theory Course (CTC) and the Caribbean Community Sport Leaders Course (CCSLC).

The Coaching Theory Course (CTC)

The CTC course is designed to equip the Coach and Sport Leader with a strong theoretical base to accompany his or her practical skills. There is a new module for coaches of persons with disabilities, this is to ensure an inclusive approach to sport by exposing coaches to the techniques associated with coaching all athletes.

Objectives of CTC Course

1. To introduce coaches from a variety of sporting disciplines to the holistic approach to coaching athletes and persons with disabilities.

2. Using a competency based approach, access analytically ones own competence.

3. Interaction of other professionals from other sporting disciplines and exchange of generic training and coaching principles.
4. To aid in the regional integration of persons with disabilities in the area of sport.