MEMBERS ONLY SECTION
BENEFITS TO MEMBER CLUBS
2017 NACA Business of Curling Symposium
Managing Stick Curling
Rising From the Ashes
One Association - SNAP Committee Update
State of Curling Study
Curling Canada's Concussion Guidelines and Return to Play Policy
World Curling TV Video's
Throwing Stones - Spotlighting Edmonton
Throwing Stones - Inside Canada's Elite Curling Facility
This article was prepared by the Two Hills Curling Club Executive.
The following Power Points are further information for our Curling Clubs
The Alphabets and NACA
The Business of Curling
Ford World Men's Curling Championship
The Northern Alberta Curling Championship Society (NACCS)
NACA offers to all member clubs the following benefits:
AFFILIATION FORM & MEMBERSHIP TEMPLATE
If you are interested in becoming a member of the Northern Alberta Curling Association, please print off and return forms to the NACA office.
ROCKS N RINGS
NACA currently has 4 sets of Rocks N Rings that can be loaned out to Curling Clubs, Schools, Special Interest Groups, etc. Call the office at 780-440-4270 to book a set.
NACA's goal is to assist our member clubs with the creation of their website. NACA will pay for both the upfront fee (valued at $1500) and your first year of licensing, hosting and maintenance. We are excited about this project and are proud to offer all NACA clubs this no-risk opportunity.
The NACA has available for purchase or loan - instructional manuals and video's on how to curl, coaching manuals, officiating manuals, ice making manuals. Please call the office for further information.
INSTRUCTOR / COACHING COURSES
NACA provides access to qualified Learning Facilitators who are anxious to train instructors and coaches. (See Technical Programs).
ICE TECHNICIAN SCHOOLS
NACA offers member clubs Level 1 and 2 ice courses. Level 1 schools are held in the fall of each year and Level 2 schools are held in the spring every three years. (See Technical Programs).
BUSINESS OF CURLING
NACA has trained facilitators who will assist member clubs in all areas of the "Business of Curling". The NACA can organize and coordinate a conference targeted to curling clubs on marketing, financial management, how to increase membership and how to recruit and keep volunteers.
JUNIOR CURLING PROGRAM
NACA continues to promote junior curling by:
- Bantam Bonspiel Funding
- Junior Curling Stones - The stones can be borrowed for use by school, clinics, bonspiels or incorporated to your junior program.
- Coordinating and Sponsoring Junior Bonspiels and Playdowns
NACA assists member clubs organize and coordinate the following bonspiels:
- Neil Moher School Bonspiel
- Hazel Jamison Junior Bonspiel
- Junior Club Championship
- Travelers Club Championship Bonspiel
NACA coordinates and operates the following playdowns:
- Northern Men's Playdown
- Northern Women's Playdown
- Northern Senior's Playdown
- Northern Junior's Playdown
- Northern Mixed Playdown
- Northern Juvenile Playdown
- Northern Master's Playdown
NACA provides member clubs with the opportunity of hosting NACA, Provincial and Canadian Championships.
NACA also provides member clubs with access to draw information, achievement and merit awards, playdown posters, and Season of Champions Legacy Fund - see NACCS under NACA Members.