Research Support Requests
As part of its research strategy, the Coaching Association of Canada (CAC) works closely with researchers in Canada and various partners to value, leverage, and contribute to the expansion of sport and coaching science in Canada. Over the years, the organization has partnered with various stakeholders to conduct or find participants for internal and external research projects, to offer peer-reviewed communications opportunities and letters of support for researchers to funding agencies.
Possible Research Support Options
- The CAC as a partner in a research project (may require a formal agreement)
- Conduct research on the CAC or on CAC’s programs and policies (may require a formal agreement)
- Connection to a specific partner or portfolio lead (requires contact approval)
- Access a pool of external jury members (Masters, Ph.D, calls for research proposals)
- Research participants for your projects through the CAC's communication channels (requires strong alignment with Sport Coaching Research)
Do you need CAC support for your research project?
The first step is to connect with us and provide details on your project and needs.
How does it work?
CAC reviews requests on a weekly basis and responds within 10 business days.
What projects are supported?
The CAC can support research projects related to Sport Coaching, Sport Sciences, Health and Physical Activity.
Priority is offered to:
2. Projects with very strong relationships with the CAC or National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) partnership priorities
3. Projects led by members of the Sport Coaching Research Network in Canada (SCRNC)
4. Projects led by diverse teams. Please review our Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Policy to learn more about the CAC's commitment to providing opportunities to priority groups.