|Role:||Learning Facilitator (LF)|
|Context(s):||Learn to Train, Train to Train, Train to Compete|
|Hometown:||Fort Saskatchewan, AB|
|Years as a Coach Developer:||15|
|Coaching Experience:|| |
-13 seasons as a CCAA head coach
|Other Basketball Experience(s):|| |
I was fortunate to be accepted into the National Coaching Institute (Victoria). FIBA coaching license.
|What motivated you to get into coaching?:|| |
I got into coaching as an opportunity to give back to a sport that treated me so well. I had excellent mentors and models in my playing and early coaching experiences that inspired me to become a coach.
|What do you love about being a Coach Developer?:|| |
It's such a great way to continue to give back to this sport and I really truly enjoy sharing the journey with coaches as the learn and refine their craft. Being a coach developer also forces me to stay educated and relevant which in turn helps me in my coaching.
|Why did you want to be a Coach Developer?:|| |
Every coach developer I encountered in my training and education was such a great model, I wanted to be able to share the knowledge that I have learned from everyone that has given so freely of their time, talents and energy to me along my journey.
|Favorite Coaching Quote:|| |
"Keep it simple; when you get to complex you forget the obvious" - Al Maguire