Sask Athletics

Sask Athletics is the Prov Sport Governing Body for track & field, cross country, road racing and a branch of Athletics Canada.

Saskatchewan Athletics Return to In-Person NCCP Coaching Education Guidelines

The above document outlines guidelines put in place by Saskatchewan Athletics for inperson coaching education courses in an effort to mitigate the risk of transmission of COVID-19 and keep all participants safe during the courses.

Upcoming Sask Athletics Coaching Courses:

NCCP Run, Jump, Throw, Wheel (RJTW) Instructor

NCCP Run Jump Throw Wheel Instructor Course - Online
Four Zoom Sessions - March 10, 17, 24, 31

Course Information & Registration Form

Online Registration Link: RJTW Online Course - March 2021 Registration

Registration Deadline: March 8, 2021 @ 5:00pm

For more information, email Tanika at


NCCP Sport Coach

Stay tuned for upcoming NCCP Sport Coach events.


NCCP Club Coach

Stay tuned for upcoming NCCP Club Coach events.


NCCP Performance Coach

Stay tuned for upcoming NCCP Performance Coach events.


Saskatchewan Athletics provides assistance to one Performance Coach opportunity per year for their coaches. Those working towards their Performance Coach training and certification should email to inquire about assistance.



Sask Athletics Coach Planning PD Session (via Zoom)
Saturday, March 6th - 9:00am - 12:00pm

Session Information Page

Cost: FREE!

Registration Link:

Any questions and inquiries can be sent to:
Jason Reindl
(306) 612-2149


Fundamentals of Athletics - E-Learning Modules
These FREE modules were created to help beginner coaches improve their coaching skills, as well as their knowledge of the rules and safety of track events. In the Safety section coaches will explore important safety considerations when coaching athletics. In the Rules section coaches will test their understanding of the rules. In the Technical sections coaches will apply their knowledge to different coaching scenarios. Each course is worth 1 PD point.



Coaches Association of Saskatchewan

To view upcoming coaching education events hosted by the Coaches Association of Saskatchewan, please follow the link below:


The Coaches Association of Saskatchewan hosts a number of workshops year-round. The most common workshops that are required for coaches in Athletics are:

  • Making Ethical Decisions (under Competition Introduction)
  • Managing Conflict (under Competition Development)
  • Leading Drug Free Sport (under Competition Development)

Clubs and coaches who have questions on what is required should email They will be able to help confirm pathway requirements towards certification.