About Us

Coach Alberta was founded to support, connect, develop, inform, and advocate for coaches in Alberta.

We are a small group of volunteers passionate about coaching and improving Sport Performance in Alberta. We believe that good coaching and good programs are two of the critical pillars necessary for successful sport performance.

Our organization is geared to improve interaction, cross-sport pollination, mentoring opportunities and coach education events/opportunities to move coaches to a higher level of competency.


Our Mission

To promote sport performance excellence by Alberta coaches.


Our Vision

An Alberta coaching environment of excellence that engages coaches in advancing sport performance.


Our Guiding Values

Coach Centered – Athlete Focused

We value INTEGRITY – COMPETENCY – ACCOUNTABILITY – COLLABORATION and INCLUSIVITY.


What are the most popular #sports in Canada? And what benefits do people get from playing their favourite sports? Check out our new infographic to find out! https://t.co/Cwa6yCNULp #SportCanada https://t.co/uBYdUIE9iw CoachAlberta photo

10 reasons why we should introduce mental health education to the national curriculum #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek https://t.co/T3A0t2H7bB CoachAlberta photo

#AllSportOneDay is back on June 15, 2019!

All Sport One Day is a day of sport discovery for kids ages 6-17, providing opportunities to try a new sport for FREE. Registration opens May 21 at 10am.

Visit https://t.co/m9uiKkIwnu to learn more! #YYC ⚽️🏀🏈🏏🤸‍♀️🧗‍♀️ https://t.co/Qb8TK8kE2h
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It always starts with a dream! #Throwback to 25 years ago when the Canadian Sports Institute was born with the mission & vision of bringing all aspects of sports together. Creating a place that would help athletes get better every single day. #25yearsofelevatingtheathletes https://t.co/PeEQA0D0OQ CoachAlberta photo

WOMEN'S SPORT: one of the biggest trends in sports marketing for 2019. A @Nielsen Sports report found 84% of general sports fans find women's sport more “inspiring” & “progressive” than the male version, which is seen as being “money driven”. via @TheDrum https://t.co/VEEBIfovnP

9 reasons why men shouldn't be afraid to talk about their mental health parents #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek https://t.co/EhWFXEC4TJ CoachAlberta photo