Singh earns top coaching designation

Posted On Thursday July 30, 2020

Keyano College Huskies soccer and futsal coach has earned the Chartered Professional Coach (ChPC) designation by Coaching Association of Canada (CAC).

This acknowledgment and recognition means, that as a coach, Macky Singh is held to a high level of ethics, code of conduct, and professionalism in sport in Canada and throughout the world.

“This is a profession that I have been involved in for the last 27 years,” said Singh. “I’m grateful for the opportunity to pass-on my knowledge and to help educate soccer players of all ages for the love of the game.”

Macky has coached the Huskies soccer and futsal teams since 2018.

“Huskies Athletics is proud of this accomplishment that Coach Singh has earned. This designation adds to the vast knowledge that all of our Huskies coaches have gained in their many years of coaching,” said Jonathan Lambert, Director of Athletics, Sport and Student Wellness. “It also models to our student athletes that our coaches are lifelong learners who are consistently improving their craft to ensure the highest quality of post-secondary sport instruction in our country.”

CAC is the only organization in the country that grants official designations to professionals in the field of coaching.

Singh’s coaching accomplishments:

  • Head Coach for the New Zealand Universities Women’s National Team, leading them to three FISU World Universiade Games in 2003 (Korea), 2005 (Turkey) & 2007 (Thailand). Spent 10 years as the National Team Head Coach from 1998 – 2005 and then 2006 – 2007
  • Head Coach for the Malaysia Women’s National Team and U19 Women’s National Team 2005-2006
  • University Sport New Zealand Coach of the Year 2001
  • Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) South Division Men’s Soccer Coach of the Year 2017