CurlON’s highly participated Clinic Team Program (CTP) is returning for the 2019-20 season. After presenting 123 clinics at 77 CurlON Member Clubs and serving 2,142 attendees last season, the CTP continues to evolve to meet the growing needs of our membership, while staying within budget.
The Clinic Team Program is geared specifically towards INTERMEDIATE curlers. The CTP is NOT designed as a replacement for any Adult Learn to Curl (AL2C) program. As such, CurlON presents clinics after October 1st and will run until March 31.
The 2019-20 Clinic Team Program will now be presented at 16 regional 2-day weekend workshops, providing all qualifying CurlON Member Club members the ability to receive their FREE “skills analysis” clinic, as well as select from a list of paid optional clinics at each location. CurlON Member Clubs may still request in-house clinics as per the last two seasons, but at the posted costing option.
CurlON is currently recruiting for Clinic Team Members
To service this very important segment, CurlON provides these turn-key, group instruction programs to Member Clubs and participants, presented by highly trained and experienced Instructors who follow approved CurlON technical lesson plans. Clinic attendees are provided instruction on basic delivery and brushing techniques, skill analysis, and strategy development. The CurlON CTP also offers optionalspecialized “stick delivery” learning and video analysis and with applied current technologies. As well, Clubs may build their own 3-hr clinic with selections from a variety of both on and off-ice topics.
Current Clinic Team Districts Include:
West – London Clinic Team
West – Guelph/Kitchener Clinic Team
Hamilton/Niagara Clinic Team
Toronto/GTA Clinic Team
Muskoka District Clinic Team
Kawartha District Clinic Team
East Clinic Team (combined Kingston, Ottawa)
The Clinic Team Program consists of a District Team Leader and 6 to 10 instructors/clinicians in each of these districts. Clinic Team Members are compensated for their time and reimbursed travel as per CurlON policy.
The qualifications of Clinic Team Members include:
- NCCP: “Trained” Club Coach
- Must be approved by the CurlON Tech Coordinator & recommended by a Clinic Team Lead.
- Must be able to communicate well and present approved curriculum.
- Available to help with the clinics.
- All Clinic Team Members will receive Training by the Clinic Team Leader in their area.
- Must have submitted to CurlON a current (within 3-years) Criminal Record Check (CRC)*.
*NOTE: All Clinic Team Members are required to obtain a CRC Criminal Record Check as per OCA Screening Policy
Please complete the following application form: Application for Clinic Team Program Instructor