La Transition du PNCE de TTCAN

Tennis de Table Canada a maintenant complété son dernier programme dans la transition du PNCE – soit la certification Compétition-Développement. TTCAN offre maintenant les formations et évaluations suivantes:

Sport Communautaire – Initiation au Tennis de table

Formation de base
Évaluation de base
Formation avancée
Evaluation avancée

Formation Technique Tennis de table

Dans les mois qui suivent, TTCAN entreprendra une revue accrue du programme Introduction à la Compétition. De plus, à mesure que l’ACE continue de développer le programme de certification de Haute Performance, TTCAN débutera le développement de leur programme HP avec l’aide de l’ACE.

L’implémentation du programme Compétition-Développement aura lieu dans les prochains mois. TTCAN communiquera directement avec les associations provinciales et territoriales afin d’avoir un aperçu de l’intérêt et des candidats potentiels. Si vous avez des questions ou désirez avoir plus d’information, n’hésitez pas à communiquer avec Mario Potvin (

Transfer of Qualifications
With the completion of our NCCP transition (levels to contexts), the Coaching Association of Canada has now completed the transfer of qualifications in the Locker (online database). Every coach with a Levels Certification now has an equivalent certification in the new NCCP (ex. Level 3 Certified Coach is now a Certified Competition-Development Coach).
Depending on the credentials that a coach earned under the old program (levels), he/she received credentials in the new NCCP based on a transfer plan that was developed and approved by TTCAN and the CAC. Many different combinations of training and certification were found and therefore the transfer plan was developed to promote the coach’s credentials.
For example, a coach who was Certified Level 1 + Technical 2 + Theory 2 (Certified Level 2 not completed) was promoted to Competition-Introduction Certified Base Coach and Competition-Introduction Trained Advanced Coach.
*This is just one example of the numerous combinations of training and certification found in the Locker.
The Locker generated a personal email to every coach in the database when the transition took place in early 2017. If you are unsure of your new credentials, please login to The Locker using your NCCP number and password to access your transcript.
Maintenance of Certification
The Coaching Association of Canada and its partners recognize the value of having certified NCCP coaches that are engaged in Professional Development programs which reinforce the values of lifelong learning and sharing amongst the coaching community.
In order for NCCP coaches to maintain their certified status, they will be required to obtain Professional Development (PD) points. PD points can be earned through a multitude of activities that coaches already participate in, including: national and provincial sport organization conference and workshops, eLearning modules, NCCP workshops, coach mentorship programs, and active coaching.
In most cases, coaches are already earning their required PD points –Maintenance of Certification Status is simply the introduction of tracking these points and recognizing the coaches for their efforts.
PD Points Requirements for Table Tennis Certified Coaches
*All renew cycles are 5 years from date of certification
Community Trained Coaches – n/a (not required for trained coaches)
Competition-Introduction Base Certified – 20 points
Competition-Introduction Advanced Certified – 20 points
Competition-Development Certified – 30 points
How to accumulate points? 
How to submit my PD activities to accumulate my points?

When attending an event/activity/other, simply indicate to the organizer that you would like to receive PD points for this activity. The organizer of the event is responsible of informing the sport organization (in our case, TTCAN) of the names of who attended the event and the sport organization will submit the information to the CAC to be inputted in the Locker.

What if I am certified in two (or more) contexts or sports?
If you are certified in two different contexts in one sport or in two sports, your PD points will be applied to both contexts and/or sport. The number of points required to maintain certification will be determined by whichever sport or context requires the highest number of PD points.
If you have any other questions, please visit the FAQ’s page on the CAC website!
Or send an email to Table Tennis Canada!