NBC Volleyball Camp at The Kings University College Edmonton, Alberta
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NBC Camp at King's University College is the perfect place to experience volleyball camp unlike any other. NBC 's long history of instructing athletes to become their very best have made it the most popular overnight sports program in the world.
NBC Camps was founded in 1971. Formerly Northwest Basketball Camp, NBC Camps expanded in 1979 to the sport of volleyball. Volleyball camps are located in Alaska, Alberta, California, Colorado, Montana, Oregon, and Washington. NBC Camps combines excellence in sports with superior life skills training focusing on becoming the best athlete you can be on and off the court.
NBC Volleyball Camps offer complete overnight training camps for athletes ages 11-18 who desire to master the sport of volleyball. Training from beginning to advanced includes comprehensive skill development, games and tournaments, leadership curriculum and life skills training.
Complete Player Volleyball Camps: Camp offers training in all aspects of the sport including leadership and confidence training. NBC's Complete Player volleyball curriculum is all encompassing to help athletes develop and master skills to play the game of volleyball with excellence. Complete Player camps offer overnight (complete program training) and extended day options for those who commute to and from camp each morning and evening.
- Total volleyball skill development
- Intensity station/confidence training
- Personal assessment of athletic and volleyball skills
- Games and tournaments
- Goal setting, mental toughness, confidence under pressure, skill mastery, enthusiasm, self-discipline, Christian values, and great fun
- Encouraging atmosphere where campers walk away better athletes and people
- Leadership training on ways to elevate your game and life
The King's University College, is located in Edmonton, Alberta, just minutes east of downtown on 50 Street. It’s 21,000 square metre modern campus is home to over 600 students during the year and features a main building which houses the gymnasium, dorm rooms, cafeteria and meeting room, all under one roof. Each dorm room has its own bathroom and shower. King's basketball and volleyball teams compete in the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference.
Luke oversees all NBC Camps held at The King's University College. This is his 5th year as an NBC director.
Mens and Women's college players and coaches make up the bulk of the King's NBC Volleyball camp staff. We choose people of outstanding character, who love kids and have a positive attitude.
The NBC Difference
Unlike other camp programs where skills training falls under the expertise of the camp director, NBC Camps has built a program of training to help each camper walk out of camp a better player and person. Our site directors work as event managers helping to run a great week of camp. Our volleyball instruction is based on skill curriculum and talent development we believe are essential to take your game to the next level. Though coaching styles and drills may change, our master teachers receive lesson plans and detailed training on how to maximize this week of camp. Coaching at camp is much different than coaching a team. With over 40 years experience, our goal is to give you the best volleyball and life skills instruction possible.
The ability to know, understand and apply is the heart of NBC’s Teach, Encourage, Correct method. True teaching takes place when the student knows how to reproduce the skill and self-correct the skill when it is wrong.
GET READY FOR CAMP
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Complete Player - July 27 - 31
Complete Player INTENSIVE - August 4 - 8
Sample Daily Schedule
- 7:15am Wake up
- 7:40am Ball and Jump Skills
- 8:10am Breakfast
- 8:40am Role Call
- 9:00am Skill Sessions
- 12:00pm Lunch
- 1:30pm Game Sessions
- 5:00pm Supper
- 6:30pm Evening Activites (intensity stations, all star games)
- 8:00pm Evening Program
- 9:00pm Discussion Groups
- 10:15pm Lights out