The UBC Okanagan Heat Athletics and Recreation department (‘UBCO Heat’) traditionally operates high performance junior programs as an opportunity for high school-aged athletes to be engaged with UBCO Heat high performance programming that endeavors to assist or lead in working with Okanagan athletes in preparation for the opportunity to pursue their sport at the post-secondary varsity level, whether it be at UBCO or other post secondary institutions.
In order to operate junior-aged soccer programming under the UBCO Heat structure, UBCO is considering the opportunity of programming that would be hosted in consultation, support, and partnership with all major community soccer stakeholders who are working with high-school aged players. UBCO Heat is looking for feedback from the stakeholders on the opportunity to supplement the athlete experience that currently exists.
- Supplement high-school aged soccer player development within the Kelowna (and surroundings) community.
- Offer UBCO Heat high-calibre academy-based soccer programming.
- Run program offerings in alignment with the community.
- Create an integrated and balanced programming schedule with the community soccer leadership teams that will support athlete participation in all community soccer offerings (e.g. not have overlapping or similar programming happening at the same time, where an athlete may have to ‘choose’ between 2 or more community stakeholder offerings)
- Cross-promotion of community stakeholder offerings through our marketing and promotional platforms.
- Encourage the sharing of resources, including athlete and coach development
- Offer a unique opportunity for high school aged soccer players seeking future post-secondary soccer opportunities.
Summer Academy 2021
Check out our July academy offerings for girls born from 2005 to 2009
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In order to mitigate the risk of COVID-19, UBC Okanagan Heat Golf have completed their UBC Safe Work Plan inclusive of Jr. Heat Golf programming.
|COVID-19 Self Assessment||Prior to participation, all staff and participants must complete their COVID-19 daily Self Assessment.|
|Return to Play Plan||Risk Management planning for our events is comprehensive. UBC Okanagan utilizes a UBC Safe WorkPlan that includes guidance from the University of British Columbia, ViaSport, BC Soccer, and Canada Soccer. Documentation is updated regularily.|
|Terms and Conditions||Terms and Conditions for COVID-19, course-specific, and UBCO Jr. Heat-specific are required by participants to follow. Terms and Conditions will be available as part of your electronic registration.|
|Waiver||A UBC Okanagan Jr. Heat Rugby-specific waiver will be required as part of your registration. Waivers will be available as part of your electronic registration.|
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UBC Okanagan Heat Athletics & Recreation
Craig Smith | Women's Soccer Head Coach
Carli Tingstad | Women's Soccer Assistant Coach