NCCP courses coming up this Friday/Saturday in New Westminster and Nanaimo; Location change for NCCP Community Initiation course slated for August 17
Football BC has NCCP courses coming up this weekend (July 27-28) in New Westminster and Nanaimo.
The full schedule of upcoming courses is listed below.
Please also note that the NCCP Community Initiation course scheduled for August 17 has changed venues. It will now be held in Surrey at the Bear Creek Park football clubhouse.
NCCP Community Initiation (July 27 from 5 pm to 9 pm) -
Centennial Community Centre in New Westminster
NCCP Intro to Competition (July 27 from 5 pm to 9 pm & July 28 from 8 am to 3 pm)
- Centennial Community Centre in New Westminster
NCCP Community Initiation (July 27 from 5 pm to 9 pm) -
Nanaimo Redmen Clubhouse in Nanaimo
NCCP Intro to Competition (July 27 from 6 to 9 pm & July 28 from 9 am to 4pm)
- Nanaimo Redmen Clubhouse in Nanaimo
NCCP Community Initiation (August 27 from 5 pm to 9 pm)
- Bear Creek Park football clubhouse in Surrey
Please note that times are subject to change.
Registration for all courses is now open at http://playfootball.bc.ca/nccp_registrations.
The cost for taking the NCCP Community Initiation course is $85. The cost of taking the NCCP Intro to Competition course is $160.
If you are taking the NCCP Community Initiation course, you must complete the online version first at
http://nccp.footballcanada.com/index.php?page=272. There is a cost of $39 for the online portion.
For more information about the NCCP course, please click
Register now for
"Football 101 for Trainers" course
Football BC will be hosting four sessions of its "Football 101 for Trainers"
course this August. The dates are as follows:
August 5 in Kelowna
August 12 in Nanaimo
August 19 in Langley
August 26 in Vancouver
There is a $10 charge for the course. Specific locations will be announced shortly as soon as they are confirmed. You can register online for these courses now by
The program will cover the following topic areas:
Preseason Administration - medical forms, registration and concussion baseline testing
Kit Basics - taping and emergency medical supplies
On-field Protocols - coordinating medical personnel, roles and responsibilities
Common Football Injuries
Concussion Protocols - diagnosis and return-to-play
Conclusion - discussion period
Jay Prepchuk/Mark Iannuzzi Quarterback and Receiver Tune-Up Camp
Jay Prepchuk (quarterbacks) and BC Lions' receiver Marco Iannuzzi will be running a
'Tune Up Camp' on August 15 at Renfrew Park from 7 pm to 8:30 pm.
This will be a great opportunity for players to get a head start on the season. There will be a brief warm-up and a short breakdown followed by the quarterbacks throwing to the receivers.
No equipment necessary; just cleats and water. (QBs please bring a football).
Please contact Jay Prepchuk at 604-803-2473 or firstname.lastname@example.org
to register or if you have any questions.
National Football Academies Victoria Camp
- August 3 & 4
The National Football Academies is bringing their Regional Development football camp to Goudy Field (Glen Lake Elementary) in Victoria from August 3 to 4.
Details on the camp and registration can be found on their website at
The walk-up cost for the camp is $259 but the cost will drop to $199 if you pre-register via the website. When you show up at the event and quote promo code
"NFACanada" you will save an additional $50.
For more information please contact JC Boice at 250-885-0115 or by email at
Please note that this camp is not affiliated with Football BC in any way, shape or form. Please contact the event organizers directly for information on this camp.
The BCFC exhibition schedule continues this Saturday, July 28 with the Okanagan Sun hosting the Kamloops Broncos at Little Mountain Field (2 pm kickoff) and the Langley Rams hosting the Chilliwack Huskers at McLeod Stadium (7 pm kickoff).
For more information, please visit www.bcjuniorfootball.ca.
Support the SFU Clan and book your foursome or single golfer
for the 2012 SFU Football Alumni Golf Classic
Help support the SFU Clan Football team this season by being a part of the 2012 SFU Football Alumni Golf Classic Presented by
Ceili's Irish Pubs and Restaurants.
The event takes place on Thursday, August 16 and is being hosted by the Westwood Plateau Golf and Country Club in Coquitlam.
For more information or to register, please visit www.sfufootballalumni.org.
Jay Prepchuk Summer Quarterback Training
Any football organizations who are interested in Jay Prepchuk doing a QB Clinic/Camp for them this summer are asked to contact Jay at 604-803-2473 or
Coach Prepchuk is also available to do individual coaching sessions.
Coach Prepchuk's position camps with Geroy Simon (receiver), Angus Reid (offensive line), Brent Johnson (defensive line) and himself (quarterback) will resume in January 2013. Please check the Jay Prepchuk website at
Jay Prepchuk is currently the head coach of the Handsworth Royals and will be serving as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach of the provincial under-18 team (Team BC) in early 2013 when the team takes part in a tournament at the All-American Bowl in San Antonio, Texas.
Free, mandatory concussion education course codes now available for your club from Football BC
With the 2012 season fast approaching, Football BC would like to remind all its members of the updates to its concussion policy which now requires all coaches to complete a mandatory online course found at
Completion of the course will satisfy the yearly education program component of the Football BC concussion policy which was put into effect back in June 2010.
Each coach will receive a unique PIN number and password from their club team. PIN numbers and passwords should be requested from Football BC from the club's president or primary contact (such as a head coach) who can then forward the codes to the rest of their organization.
To request a code, visit http://bcfootball.concussioneducation.ca/default.php, click
"Request" and fill out the appropriate information in the form.
For more on Football BC's concussion policy, please click
Game Ready Fitness
Game Ready offers year-round support for football training and skill development. They are local football stars from the NFL and CFL using their training expertise to give back to our football community.
Game Ready will also provide assistance to Football BC with
combines, Senior Bowl, Team BC, the annual Football BC Provincial Conference and the Play Football BC campaign which introduces the game to
young, school-aged children for the first time in many cases.
For more information on Game Ready Fitness, visit their website at
or contact Will Loftus at 778-987-1818.
Check out the location closest to you.
Junior Varsity Program ($99 + tax per month) - for ages 10-14
This is an introductory level to fitness and explosive athletic movement. Program is geared to build
speed, conditioning, muscle endurance, strength and to help develop position skills. Total of 2 hours per week.
Varsity Program ($249 + tax per month) - for ages 15 and up
This is an advanced level of explosive movement, strength and power. The program is geared to make our athletes pound-for-pound the
strongest, most explosive and fastest possible. The training program also includes one day of plyometrics. Starting in
March, the training program will include speed training on field:
conditioning, agility, footwork, position work, 1 on 1's, and skelly. Total of 6 hours per week.
Football BC Events Calendar Update
Football BC's Event Calendar
is your one-stop source for the best upcoming football skills camps and events. Visit
today for the complete listing of camps and events in your area.
Here are some of the upcoming camps and events that are listed:
- 2012 NCCP Clinics (various dates)
- Football 101 for Trainers (various dates)
- All-Star Football Camp: Touchdown Makers! (various dates)
- SFU Alumni Golf Classic (August 16)
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