Rhythmic Gymnastics Manitoba can help you acquire the knowledge necessary to become a rhythmic gymnastics coach in the area and level of your interest.
Rhythmic Gymnastics Manitoba requires all coaches to:
- be a registered RGM member affiliated with a RGM club
- complete a Child Abuse Registry Check every three years
- have current First Aid/CPR certification
- complete the Respect in Sport online course
Check your Coaching Certification
Visit the CAC Locker to access your coaching records, update your personal information (name, address, e-mail address etc.), obtain a printable official transcript (showing your name and address) and more!
To access your information you must know your NCCP#. There is a method to lookup your NCCP# if you don’t already have it.
The Locker Training Manual
The Coaching Manitoba website has information on upcoming coaching courses, professional development, and workshops.
Respect In Sport (RIS)
The Respect in Sport program is an online course that promotes the values of fair play in sport. The course is designed to assist coaches in identifying and dealing with abuse, neglect, harassment and bullying in sport. Sport Manitoba requires all coaches to complete the 3-hour online RIS Course in order to register as a coach with your Provincial Sport Organization. As such, RGM requires all coaches to complete the RIS program before starting to coach. If you are primarily coaching Rhythmic Gymnastics, please register with our sport on the online RIS system.
- Coaching Pathway
- Pre-CIT Workbook
- Pre-CIT Tutor’s Guide
- Gymnastics Foundations Coach Evaluation Guide
- Concussion Protocol
- GCG NCCP Operations Manual
For the new Sport Manitoba Support Line to toll free 1-877-737-9875 or email email@example.com
Coach of the Month
Coaching Manitoba’s Coach of the Month nomination information