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Minimum Coaching Requirements

All Coaches and Team Managers must meet full safe sport roster requirements; 

CRC = Criminal Record Check 

VSC = Vulnerable Sector Check

RiS = Respect in Sport Activity Leader 

MED = Making Ethical Decisions 

MHW-S = Making Head Way Soccer 

EAP – Emergency Action Plan| 

Rof2 – Rule of Two

Soccer Specific Training / Certification

* Head coaches must have a B-License.

* Assistant coaches must have their C-License


 


 

Saskatchewan Soccer Association (SSA) offers funding to registered Saskatchewan referees looking to advance their refereeing careers through professional development opportunities. 

Priority will be given to officials wishing to obtain Regional Classification, Provincial Classification or National Nomination criteria; however, applications for other referee development opportunities may be considered on a case-by-case basis should funding remain in any given year. Funding can be used to help offset the cost of the following: 

 Clinic Fees or Registration

Traveling to Clinics and High Level Matches (if not covered)

 Accommodation & Meals (if not covered)

 Educational Opportunities (in province or out)

 How it works:

  1. Applicants MUST be registered as a referee with SSA.
  2. Applicants  MUST pay for their development opportunity prior to attending and participate fully in the      course/clinic/event to be eligible for funding. 
  3. Applicants MUST submit an application to the SSA for the Referee Development Grant by October 31st to be considered for funding.
  4. The application MUST include all original receipts pertaining to the development opportunity. 
  5. Applicants  are encouraged to include a one page cover letter describing the benefits of attendance at the developmental opportunity to their Member Organization and/or SSA.
  6. Applicants are eligible for reimbursement of up to 50% of eligible expenses pertaining to the developmental opportunity to a maximum of $300 per calendar year.
  7. Individuals are limited to 1 application per calendar year. 
  8. SSA will review all applications in November with grants distributed before the end of the calendar year.
  9. A pool of $3,000 will be allocated to the Referee Development Grant to be divided amongst successful candidates based on eligible expenses.
  10. If the full allocation of  funding is not utilized in any given year, it may be reallocated to the Professional Development Coaching Grant and/or Female Development Grant.

For all inquiries about the Referee Development Grant please contact Manager of Referee Development at o.iliuta@sasksoccer.com.

Please review the Student Coach Credit Program handbook found here for all program information and requirements. 

Once the application is received, applicants will be notified of their acceptance into the program by September 30th. Specific deadlines and check ins will be scheduled at this time. 

Please direct all questions to Ashlyn Therens at a.therens@sasksoccer.com 

Community Service 

  1. MOs doing community service, working with groups with barriers to participation and/or with groups for educational purposes may apply for a full or partial exemption of SSA registration fees. 
  2. Groups with barriers to participation may include, but are not limited to, participants with exceptional needs, participants with disabilities or underrepresented populations. 
  3. Exemptions shall only be granted for community service work where solid rationale has been provided. 
  4. All applications must be well developed and other avenues to have registration fees paid through sponsorship, donations or organizations such as KidSport should be considered. 
  5. Applications for exemptions must be made in writing. 
  6. Approved groups must provide registration of all participants under this initiative.  


Saskatchewan Soccer Association (SSA) offers funding for registered Saskatchewan coaches looking to improve their coaching proficiency through professional development opportunities. 

Priority will be given to coaches wishing to obtain Canada Soccer Advanced Coach Education Program Diplomas; however, applications for other professional development opportunities may be considered on a case-by-case basis should funding remain in any given year. Funding can be used to help offset the cost of the following:

  • Course/Clinic Fees or Registration 
  • Travel, Meals, and Accommodation while attending the Course/Clinic

How it Works:

  1. Applicants must be registered as a coach with the SSA. 
  2. Applicants must pay for the course/clinic/event prior to attending and participate fully to be eligible for funding. 
  3. The applicant must submit an application to the SSA for the Professional Development Coaching Grant by October 31st of any given year to be considered for funding. 
  4. The application must include all original receipts pertaining to the development opportunity. 
  5. Applicants are encouraged to include a one page cover letter describing the benefits of attendance at the developmental opportunity to their Member Organization and/or SSA.
  6. Applicants are eligible for reimbursement of up to 50% of eligible expenses pertaining to the Professional Development opportunity to a maximum of $1,000 per calendar year.
  7. SSA will review all applications in November with grants distributed before the end of the calendar year. 
  8. A pool of $2,000 will be allocated to the Professional Development Grant in any given year to be divided amongst successful candidates based on eligible expenses. 
  9. If the full allocation of funding is not utilized in any given year, it may be reallocated to the Referee Development Grant and/or Female Development Grant.

This document contains information that a new staff within an EXCEL Program (Male and Female REX programs and Multi-Sport games etc) needs to have completed before being approved to work with SSA athletes in any capacity. We have been as thorough as possible so that you are informed of SSA’s expectations & policies. This list may not be exhaustive; all volunteers are advised that current SSA bylaws, policy or directives that may not be listed here, and any future amendments, will remain in force.
The first page details a checklist for the rest of the document. Each completed section needs to be completed and checked off before the staff can sign off on the sheet at the bottom of page 1. Please note that the rest of the document also requires initials and dates or additional document submission for submissions to be accepted. If you have any questions about this document, please contact Kelly Rawlings@ k.rawlings@sasksoccer.com

Saskatchewan Soccer Association (SSA) offers funding for registered female participants pursuing grassroots, community, and entry level coach and referee certification and development opportunities. 

Priority will be given to female participants wishing to obtain certification; however, grassroots coach and referee development opportunities may be considered on a case-by-case basis should funding remain in any given year. Female participants looking for support for high performance coach and referee development opportunities should apply under the Professional Development Coaching Grant or Referee Development Grant. 

Funding can be used to help offset the cost of course/clinic fees or registrations and/or travel, meals, and accommodation while attending the following courses/clinics: 

  • Community Coach Courses 
  • Entry Level Referee Clinics 
  • Other grassroots coach or referee development opportunities 

How it Works:

  1. Applicants must be registered with an SSA-affiliated organization. 
  2. Applicants must pay for the course/clinic/event prior to attending and participate fully to be eligible for funding. 
  3. The applicant (or her Entity/Member Organization on her behalf) must submit an application to the SSA for the Female Development Grant by October 31st of any given year to be considered for funding. 
  4. The application must include all original receipts pertaining to the development opportunity. 
  5. Applicants are encouraged to include a one page cover letter describing the benefits of attendance at the developmental opportunity to their Member Organization and/or SSA.
  6. Applicants are eligible for reimbursement of up to a maximum of $1,000 per calendar year. 
  7. SSA will review all applications in November with grants distributed before the end of the calendar year. 
  8. A pool of $4,000 will be allocated to the Female Development Grant in any given year to be divided amongst successful candidates based on eligible expenses. 
  9. If the full allocation of funding is not utilized in any given year, it may be reallocated to the Referee Development Grant and/or Professional Development Coaching Grant.

Regular Members are those approved Member Organizations that register players in SSA and operate soccer or futsal programs.


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