All coaches with BC Youth Volleyball must meet the following requirements set out by BC Youth Volleyball.

  • All coaches must complete criminal record checks conducted by the BC Government through the Criminal Record Review Program. The CRRP is standard by which Criminal Record checks are completed and assessed. The CRRP has the knowledge, education, and expertise to determine relevance of potential criminal record instances without sacrificing the privacy of individuals who are having their criminal record checks completed.
    • Under the Criminal Records Review Act, you must have a criminal record review conducted by the Criminal Records Review Program (CRRP) if you work with children or vulnerable adults.
  • Our coaches are members of the Coaching Association of Canada and have completed courses including:
    • Making Ethical Decisions
    • Making Headway
    • Multi-Sport modules.

As a sponsored team with the Junior Volleyball Association (JVA),

Our coaches must:

  • adhere to the JVA's Background Screening Policy.
    • JVA has secured the National Center for Safety Initiatives (NCSI) to process our member background screens. JVA has also secured Abuse Prevention Systems (APS) to process our Abuse Prevention training course. Every JVA member and all adults listed on rosters at JVA insured events, must complete the Background Screen and APS training.

    • A Club will not allow any individual who refuses to consent to a background screen to participate in any club activities. The Junior Club will immediately remove from any involvement with the club an individual who receives a negative background screening report.

Our coaches also have access to:

  • Ongoing educational support provided by the JVA
  • Post Secondary recruiting support through JVA partnerships with NCSA
  • Premium Art of Coaching Membership
  • VA webinars - providing detailed info on:
    • Player Development
    • Team Development and Game Management
    • Fitness and Mental Training
    • Coach and Parent Management
    • Membership to the American Volleyball Coaches Association(AVCA) and all it's benefits.

Moreover our coaches teach the most up to date technical and tactical principles in order to try to minimize injuries and increase levels of success.


2018-19 Club Team Positions Available

We are still looking to fill the following positions of specific teams:

U16 Girls - BC Selects
Positions Available
1 Middle and/or 1 Power
If interested, please complete the application form found below

BC Youth VB House League - CURRENTLY SOLD OUT  

BC Youth VB House League is being created to offer opportunities to those who may not be selected, or who may not be able to commit to the scheduling requirements of Team BC Youth VB or BC Selects Youth VB teams, the ability to continue training and competition. 

Practices will be overseen and directed by Ritchie Mallari - former USports Assistant Coach, and former Women’s National Paralympic Volleyball Head Coach. Ritchie will be assisted by club coaches, senior players, and/or adults looking to develop as a future coach.

  • BC Youth VB House League:
    • Will compete in the BC Youth Volleyball House League
    • have the ability to compete in locally hosted club tournaments both in Canada at an additional cost TBD if teams decide to participate.
    • are selected with 8 players max on a team. 
    • will have one practice per week.
    • training will be coached by Ritchie Mallari, ensuring that all participants are provided with the highest level of coaching during training sessions. Sessions will be assisted by local club coaches as well as senior club players who have shown interest in development as a coach.
    • Teams may have the opportunity to participate in additional optional tournaments subject to additional costs per event. These costs will be divided by the 8 players forming a particular team. For example, if the team wanted to participate in a tournament that costs $200, the entry fee would be divided by 8 players, so each player would be billed an additional $25 for that particular event.
    • Players on our BC Youth VB House League Teams have the ability to be selected to compete with Team BC Youth VB teams that participate in the Northwest Juniors Memorial Day Classic - if needed.
      • The Northwest Juniors Memorial Day Classic held in the Seattle area. This event is a 2 day tournament offering the equivalent matches as a 3 day tournament. We will be conducting a wine raffle to help offset the cost for this event.
  • The anticipated House League season will run for 16 week season. This includes:
    • Warm Up gear
    • Uniform
    • Admin and Registration Fees
    • Head Coach Honorarium
    • Registration into 3 hosted playdays
    • 1 practice per week
    • Insurance
    • Teams may have the opportunity to participate in additional optional tournaments subject to additional costs per event.

House League - U10-15

Our house league will be done by registration into our program. No tryouts will be conducted for those who wish to play in our house league program.

Fridays starting January 11, 2019 to May 17, 2019(No sessions during Spring Break)Location is to be confirmed (likely RE Mountain or HD Stafford)

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