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The BC Lacrosse Association has a new website that was launched on Tuesday, April 17th.  The website address is and because we will have this name again (rather than imeetcentral included in the address), any of the links that you’ve saved for various pages of our website will be different moving forward, you will need to go in and find those page links again.  The on-line community, registration database, on-line official game reports, etc. direct links will stay the same and they will be available through the BCLA website as always.  It could take up to 48 hours for the new website to update worldwide, so we appreciate your patience while we do the switch-over.  The “old” website will still be running simultaneously until we’re sure that the new site is completely ready.  



Coaching Updates



Joint Officials Coaches Abuse Panel Information Sheetclick here.  

Let's end the abuse of officials in Lacrosse!


Concussion Awareness Training Tool (CATT). This free online resource currently includes toolkits for medical professionals; and for parents, players and coaches.  All information contained in this resource is evidence-based.


NEW - Officials Evaluation by Head CoachesOn-Line Form




BCLA Box and Field Coaching Drills and Skills.  We have created a YouTube page and invite you to share your knowledge and experience by recording drills with your smart phone and upload it directly onto our YouTube page for other coaches to access. This medium of resource-sharing will be valuable for all coaches. The videos can be up to 90 seconds in length and we want to make sure that the drills are clear and easy to understand. To upload your video, please go to and type in the Username: and Password: bcla0000.  For instructions of how to upload video onto YouTube from your smart phone, please click here.


Professional Development Opportunities

SportMedBC is excited to announce that in collaboration with the Coaching Association of Canada and ViaSport, coaches may now earn National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) Professional Development points through SportMedBC’s Sport Safety Courses and Workshops. Completion of the following courses and workshops will allow coaches to acquire NCCP Professional Development Points.  SportMedBC can deliver sport-specific courses/ workshops by request, or coaches can sign-up for scheduled community courses.


Sports First Aid

This 8 hour course is taught by Certified Athletic Therapists. Participants are guided through emergency action planning, documentation, recognition and management of emergency and non-emergency scenarios, and basic injury prevention and management principles. This interactive course will give coaches confidence to recognize and effectively manage sports injuries.  3.0 NCCP Professional Development Points


Athletic Taping

This 8 hour course is taught by Certified Athletic Therapists. This is an introduction to taping principles and procedures. Participants will gain an understanding of injury management and protective taping techniques for injuries related to the foot, ankle, knee, hip, groin, elbow, wrist and hand. Coaches will gain a valuable skill that can help their athletes to return to sport and prevent further injury.  3.0 NCCP Professional Development Points


Concussion Management

This 90 minute workshop is taught by Athletic Therapists, Physiotherapists and Physicians. Participants will gain an understanding of best practices in concussion recognition, acute management, and return-to-play guidelines. This workshop is an integral part of a coachs training. Coaches will acquire valuable knowledge that will enable them to help athletes affected by concussion injuries.

2.0 NCCP Professional Development Points


SportSmart: Injury Prevention and Performance

This 90 minute workshop is taught by Athletic Therapists, Physiotherapists, and Strength & Conditioning Specialists.  Safety and performance tips will help coaches understand how to better prepare athletes, prevent injuries, and facilitate the development of youth in athletics. Topics covered include sport preparation, recovery, and recognition & management of common injuries. 2.0 NCCP Professional Development Points


Please share our Events Link with your coaches and other members for more information on upcoming SportMedBC Courses and Workshops: