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Train to Train Coaching Symposium During U Sports Men's Volleyball Championship

By Ontario Volleyball Association, 02/16/24, 11:30AM EST


Train to Train Coaching Symposium

Saturday, March 16, 2024
9:00am - 3:30pm
Queen's University

This one-day conference targets coaches of athletes from 12 to 15 years of age. Club & School Coaches will benefit from 5 expert presentations.

Presenters and Topics

Beth Barz
Master Coach Developer, Team Canada Rugby– Developing Culture in Young Teams (Kin 101)

Georges Laplate
Former Team Canada & U of Montreal Coach- Ball Orientation Activities (Gym 3)

Chris Lawson
Master Coach Developer – Former Provincial, Youth National Coach– Developing Intelligence in Service Reception (Gym 3)

Tom Ellison
Tech.Director – Kingston Rock VC, Asst.Coach Team Ontario & Queen’s U.– Developing the Young Setter (Gym 3)

L.P. Mainville
Athlete Development Director – Ontario Volleyball, Former National Team Captain- Coaching Effectiveness in Training the Volleyball IQ. (Gym 3)

Registration 8:30 am in the Kinesiology Building, sessions begin at 9:00 am. 
Any other specific details will follow closer to the symposium. 


USports Coaches Symposium
$100 - 
Your registration includes the Symposium,  lunch, and a ticket to the Saturday games of U SPORTS Championship (Consolation Semi-Finals 4pm and 6pm).

Ticket link

USports Coaches Symposium + Tournament Pass
$150 - Your registration includes the Symposium & lunch on Saturday, and a ticket to all 11 games included in the U SPORTS Championship (Thurs. March 14-Sun. March 17).

Ticket link

For admission to the games, please print or use your mobile ticket at the door for entry.

Need more information?

For more information on the clinic please contact Brenda Willis at 

For ticket information, please contact 

Check out the U SPORTS Championship Spectator Guide for all tournament specifics.