As of July 19, 2021, recreation/community centres are open to the public for heat relief, washroom and shower access.
On July 21, 2021, indoor drop-in sports and leisure activities, lane swim and leisure swim will become available.
Indoor social gatherings and organized public events are limited to 25 people or 50 per cent maximum capacity. If 50 per cent maximum capacity is lower than 25 people, the limit is the lower number.
Masks are required indoors but can be removed during physical activity. Physical distancing of two metres required for indoor and outdoor activities.
Stay up-to-date on all changes to City services by visiting COVID-19: Changes to City Services.
Did you always want to be a coach, but didn’t know where to start? Explore the programs the City offers to help you get started.
The Toronto Sport Leadership Program (TSLP) is a program dedicated to providing youth with the resources they need to make positive life choices, gain the confidence and skills needed to obtain employment, and become leaders in their communities. The program is open to youth 15 to 18 years of age, and courses are offered at no charge to successful applicants.
TSLP offers a variety of sports courses, including:
TSLP offers a variety of Aquatic courses, including:
Courses are subject to change. First aid training is included with each stream.
If you have questions about the TSLP, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 647-678-7650.
The flagship program of the Coaching Association of Canada, the National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) has been identified as a world leader in coach education. Currently, the largest adult continuing education program in Canada, the NCCP gives coaches the confidence to succeed.
Coaches are responsible for providing the Learning Facilitators with their Coaching Certification number (CC#) at the start of the workshop or course. Coaches that have not already created this number please visit www.coach.ca and register through The Locker.
An NCCP workshop for anyone working or interested in working with young children. The Fundamental Movement Skills of throwing, catching, jumping, striking, running, kicking, agility, balance and coordination, form the basis for future sport skill development and for the life-long enjoyment of physical activity. In this workshop, coaches learn how to observe and improve fundamental movement skills. The course outcomes include analyzing and identifying the various stages of development for each skill, applying a six-step process to teaching each skill, and creating safe games where children can practice the skills. This program is run in partnership with the Coaches Association of Ontario.
The following multi-sport coaching modules will enhance your coaching repertoire!
Many of these have been integrated by sports into their own sport-specific workshops while other sports require their coaches to take them separately through our network of Provincial and Territorial Coaching Representatives.
All of these multi-sport modules can help you reach higher as a coach, and can also be counted towards Maintenance of Certification. There are no prerequisites to take any of these courses.
A workshop for individuals aged 16 or older interested in coaching a specific sport such as athletics, basketball, soccer, wheelchair sports, to name a few in the community sport and/or instructional stream of the NCCP. In this workshop, coaches will learn how to instruct, observe, and correct skills. A combination of lecture and practice will be used.