To register, select your quantity and click ‘Proceed’:
Includes lunch and refreshments. Enter your NCCP number on the registration form to receive 3 NCCP professional development credits.
Registration will be available online until end of day Sunday, January 10, 2016. Early Bird pricing ($125+GST) is in effect until November 30, 2015. Tickets sold after November 30 will be standard pricing ($150+GST). Seating is by general admission. Doors open at 8:00am for check-in. Opening remarks begin at 9:00am. The conference will conclude at 4:00pm.
Are you a volleyball coach?
For volleyball coaches attending both the BC Sport Conference and the Volleyball BC Coaching Symposium on Sunday, January 17, please visit the Volleyball BC Coaching Symposium webpage for program details.
Volleyball coaches also have the opportunity to add the Development Coach (old Level 1) Technical Workshop over the same weekend. To gain credit for the Development Coach Workshop, coaches need to attend 1) the BC Sport Conference, 2) the Volleyball BC Coaching Symposium, and 3) the additional NCCP sessions on the evenings of Friday, January 15 and Saturday, January 16. Please visit the Volleyball BC Coaching Symposium webpage for more details.
If you wish to register 10 or more coaches for the Conference and VBC Symposium, please contact Chris Berglund firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you a basketball coach?
Basketball BC is excited to present the Youth Coaching Summit #2 in conjunction with the BC Sport Conference on Sunday, January 17, 2016 (9am-3pm) as part of the Youth Coaching Summit Series. Speakers include: Level 10 Fitness, Shaun McGuinness, and Allison McNeill.
This summit is ideal for Steve Nash Youth Basketball Coaches, and those coaching youth in the 8-14 age range. Visit the Basketball BC website for more details or contact Stephanie Rudnisky email@example.com.
Are you a lacrosse coach?
The BC Lacrosse Association, in conjunction with the 2016 BC Sport Conference, is hosting a Community Development Super Clinic for Field and Box Lacrosse.
BC LACROSSE COACHES SUPER CLINIC – FIELD/BOX Community Development
Sunday, January 17, 2016
9:00 AM‐4:00 PM
Douglas College, New Westminster (Rooms TBA)
Those who are interested in coaching or are currently coaching and need Community Development level training are encouraged to attend. The morning session covers the Theory portion. In the afternoon, coaches have the choice to take the Technical portion in Field Lacrosse or Box Lacrosse. This will give coaches the Community Development level of training in the discipline they choose.
In the few weeks following, BC Lacrosse clinicians will also offer a three hour Technical portion in the other discipline so that coaches can be trained in both field and box lacrosse at the Community Development level. These will be offered on the Mainland, Interior and Vancouver Island.
Do you need accommodation?
The Hilton Vancouver Metrotown is offering a rate of $109/night. The Metrotown Skytrain station is only one stop away from the conference theatre (Royal Oak Skytrain station). Until December 15, 2015 use this link to book; after this date, please phone 604-438-1200 and quote “BC Sport Conference”.
The Holiday Inn Express Metrotown is offering a rate of $129/night and includes a hot buffet breakfast, free wifi and parking. The Metrotown Skytrain station is only one stop away from the conference theatre (Royal Oak Skytrain station). Use this link to book.
All rates listed are before taxes.
Do you require hearing assistance?
The Michael J. Fox Theatre will lend out headphones that are directly connected to the sound system for those who need hearing assistance. If you are interested, please note this in your registration. Headphones can be picked up on the day of the event from theatre staff, and require a deposit of a driver’s license and/or credit card at time of pick up.
The BC Sport Conference is an initiative of Volleyball BC in partnership with Basketball BC, BC School Sports, and British Columbia Lacrosse Association. It is proudly sponsored by Sport Burnaby and viaSport. Building the BC sport community through leadership, learning and development.