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Coaching Training

BC Baseball has recently announced that all associations no longer require our Coaches to have NCCP certification.  Please take a moment to read the information regarding the new focus on coaching training.  



Posted by BC Baseball Association on Nov 26 2017 at 01:22AM PST


BC Baseball Coaches had their first look and run through of the newly developed BC Baseball Grassroots
Coaches Training Program on Saturday. Finishing touches are being put on the program which has been designed and developed by the BC Baseball HIgh-Performance Committee as well as the Coaching Development Committee. Much like the outgoing NCCP program, coaches can take the training sessions at the BC Baseball Coaching Conference or in many towns throughout BC when the Coaches Caravan travels throughout the Province in early April. Many hours of work has gone into the development of this program. It is BC Baseball ’s hope that the new program will help the coaches better teach the game of baseball to there players.



All coaches for North Langley  Baseball  are required to undergo an RCMP criminal back ground check .  go to   and follow the directions there.  Our access code is:3PCX38ZK4G

  1. It is the Coaches responsibility to display and promote good sportsmanship and fair play of their team and parents at all times. Behave the way you want players and spectators too. Be positive and remember that all participants are special and important.
  2. Emphasize that participating and doing one’s best are more important than who wins or loses. Remind players that everyone is a valued member of the team. Keep it fun while developing their skills and constructive attitudes towards competition.
  3. Respect the Umpires and accept their decisions, do not argue with them. NLB has a ZERO TOLERANCE policy regarding this. Actively encourage players to respect umpires and other competitors, that without them there would be no game.
  4. Encourage communication between coaches, players and parents
  5. Learn and respect the rules of the games.
  6. Home Teams are responsible to prepare the fields for play. In Tadpole and Mosquito the home team is responsible to line the field, fill in depressions and after the game they are to rake the infield, home plate and pitching mound areas. It is also the home teams responsibility to return all equipment to the bins and lock up them up.
  7. Although it is not mandatory, North Langley Baseball encourages coaches at all levels to complete a minimum of Level 1 technical. NLB will pay for all Coaches who participate in coaching level courses. In some instances, a Coach may have to prepay their fee and then be reimbursed by NLB 
  8. Coaches are responsible for picking up team uniforms and returning them at the end of the season to the Equipment Manager(s).
  9. One Head Coach and 2 Assistant Coaches per team are exempt from Volunteer duties. While the head coach may chose to name other assistant coaches to a team, the head coach must then name which 2 assistant coaches are "official" and will receive the volunteer duty credit.
  10. A Coach must be prepared to spend time practicing with their team in order that the players have a chance to develop skills and team spirit. During pre-season, several practices a week are desirable. As the season progresses practice sessions may vary in duration and frequency. Depending on the needs of the team, a practice will generally have some or all of the following elements in it:


  • Discussion

• Warm-up
  • Skill demonstration
  • Skill practice
  • Chalk talk
  • Scrimmage or practice


Criminal Records Review Program (CRRP)

Anyone volunteering for North Langley Baseball, Softball or Challenger Ball must complete a Criminal Records Review Program (CRRP) annually.  To do so online, go to and follow the directions there.  Our access code is: 3PCX38ZK4G