Tokyo 2020
Olympic
Paralympic
Beijing 2022
Olympic
Paralympic
Paris 2024
Olympic
Paralympic
Tokyo 2020
Olympic
Paralympic
Beijing 2022
Olympic
Paralympic
Paris 2024
Olympic
Paralympic
Tokyo 2020
Olympic
Paralympic
Beijing 2022
Olympic
Paralympic
Paris 2024
Olympic
Paralympic

Mentoring Program

L’INS Québec will provide financial support to Quebec sports federations for the implementation of development activities in the form of mentoring coaches in their preparation to assume head coaching responsibilities on national teams.

Provincial sports federations will receive a grant of up to $10,000 for mentoring activities applicable to an identified coach over a one-year period.

Recognized Mentoring Activities:

Mentoring (definition): A structured process that provides individualized support for achieving formal learning goals.

Possible types: traditional (expert to learner) or peer-to-peer; individual or group; Etc.

Content/objectives of the mentoring process

The essence of the mentoring project is to establish the specific training needs of the coach, to establish a training plan and then, with the collaboration of experts, including those from the INS, proceed with the development of the coach.
Learning objectives must be clearly identified for each mentee and aim to improve the coach’s skills. The skills in question may be sport-specific (defined by the sports federation), related to other performance factors (e.g. mental preparation, nutrition, physiology, recovery, planning, intervention, management, etc.) or transferable competencies (e.g. problem solving, critical analysis, communication, scientific approach, innovation, etc.).

 

Admission requirements

Project eligibility criteria

Project prioritization criteria

Participants' characteristics

Roles and responsibilities

Key steps and global timeline

Grant allocation and expenses eligible for financial support

To submit a project

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