ZAMBOANGA CITY, Philippines (Mindanao Examiner / Nov. 12, 2007) – The Basketball Association of the Philippines and the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas announce the 1st National Coaches Accreditation and Licensing Program (NCALP) and Basketball Clinic for coaches in Zamboanga City.

November 12, 2007 at 5:16 pm | Posted in 1 | Leave a comment

ZAMBOANGA CITY, Philippines (Mindanao Examiner / Nov. 12, 2007) – The Basketball Association of the Philippines and the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas announce the 1st National Coaches Accreditation and Licensing Program (NCALP) and Basketball Clinic for coaches in Zamboanga City.

The clinic will be held on Nov.17-18 at the Ateneo de Zamboanga University.

The NCALP is a progressive coaching education program that offers courses on coaching and covers several aspects of the game. The NCALP will use a training approach that is competency-based, which emphasizes development of the “ability to do” instead of knowledge transfer.

Its main goal is to make coaches better prepared in solving specific problems in their own context. To achieve this goal, an effort is made to create learning situations that give coaches an opportunity to apply or enhance their competencies such as problem-solving, critical thinking, value appreciation, leadership and interaction.

After completing the training session, participants will need to take a practical and written test to evaluate their comprehension of the course. Those who pass the tests will be issued accreditation and certification for the NCALP by the BAP-SBP Coaches’ Commission.

Chairman Bernardo Garbriel Atienza, of BAP-SBP, and basketball coach Eric Altamerano and his staff are coming to Zamboanga City to grace the affair.Coaches of different schools and universities of the city are expected to participate.

For further information and preregistration, please contact Bong Casimiro at 0919-4240461. A registration fee of P500 will be solicited to cover expenses of participants’ certificates and license.

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