SportSync is a new online portal for sport management and information sharing. It is a key enabler to develop capabilities and capacity for the Sport Eco-system that serve the entire sporting pathway; providing a comprehensive range of features adaptable for different user groups such as Coaches, Athletes, Sports Participants and National Sports Associations.
SportSync will enable visible, accessible & reliable data for informed and objective data driven decision making; and be a game-changer for performance analysis, operational efficiency and management and enhancing sport community engagement.
The athlete/coach can login to SportSync using myActiveSG account.
A coach/athlete can change the password in myActiveSG page.
The NSA users should use the “Login as Corporate User” option and login using the CorpPass credentials.
SportSync works best with following browsers such as Internet Explorer (11), Chrome (65.0.3325.181), Firefox (59.0), and Safari(11.0.3).
The SportSync account is free. However, the terms and conditions for NROC memberships remains the same hence please visit our website for more information.
You may contact ActiveSG at 6594 1388 from 07:00 to 22:00 (Mon – Sun) for login issues.
Yes, you can. You can still register as an individual participant account even if you already have an existing CorpPass account with the organisation.
You (child) will have to register for a SportSync account. The system will require you (child) to input parent / guardian’s name and email address. (Parent / Guardian’s email must be different from child’s email registered in the SportSync system).
Parent / Guardian will check his/her email and click on the link to activate your (child) account.
For parent to activate the child account, please follow the below mentioned steps:
Sport Singapore created the NROC in 2004 to raise the standard and professionalism of sports coaching in Singapore. It serves to ensure minimum technical qualification of sport coaches, that practicing coaches continue to improve and that coaches provide a safe environment for their athletes.
A provisional membership category was introduced in January 2017 to allow coaches to participate in academic, educational and professional development activities to improve their coaching practice as they work towards completing all requirements of full NROC membership.
Through NROC, Sport Singapore aims to give recognition to coaches who have been certified and deemed competent by a national body. Doing so also allows the public to have easy access to qualified coaches.
The following table illustrates the differences:
|Provisional Member||Full Member|
SportSync does not replace NROC – it is a portal that facilitates membership application process for NROC, among other benefits.
All applications must be submitted online. For step-by-step guidance, please refer to the User Manual for NROC. If you experience technical issues with the online portal, please print screen and submit the error message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you need any assistance other than technical issues, please get in touch via the contact page (select NROC policy) with your full name, date of birth, details of your request and contact email / number. One of our officers will get in touch with you.
No, the old NROC account login details cannot be used for SportSync. To login to SportSync, you are required to have an ActiveSG membership account, or Singpass.
Please approach the respective helpdesk for login issues:
|Area of Enquiry||Helpdesk Details|
|Login issues with ActiveSGemail@example.com
07:00 – 22:00 (Mon – Sun)
Updating of certifications and employment pass can now be done online via SportSync. Please login, then navigate to "My Profile". For updating of Certifications, please click on "My Certifications", and for employment pass, please click on "Personal Particulars" and update your current residential status in Singapore. You would be able to upload supporting documents under these sections.
Enrolment criteria for NROC is outlined under Table 1. With the required certifications, registration for NROC membership can be done on an individual basis through SportSync using SingPass or ActiveSG account (account registration is free). Once logged in, please navigate to “NROC Membership” where to submit an online application. Please refer to our webpage for more details on the application process.
Table 1: Enrolment criteria for NROC
|Provisional Member||Full Member|
[This is a one-day workshop and sessions are conducted 2 – 3 times a month at Lifelong Learning Institute.
*NSYS and BCCI are also acceptable in place of VPS
Please ensure that you have minimally uploaded the following documents under the Certifications - General Certifications section:
Please make sure you have uploaded all certifications and according to what they are named. If so, we encourage you to submit your application first. You can then write in to us via this contact page (select NROC Policy) to request for us to review your application.
Once your application is approved, the approximate time for the delivery of the NROC membership kit will take about 2 to 3 weeks. You may log in via SportSync to check on your application status and confirm that your mailing address is entered correctly.
If you wish to self-collect your NROC membership kit, please email your request directly via the contact page with your full name (as registered with NROC), date of birth, and contact details.
Criteria for renewal is outlined below. With the required certifications and documents, please login to SportSync and navigate to “NROC Membership” to submit an online application. Please refer to our webpage for more details on our renewal policies.
Renewal criteria for NROC (Full members only)
As long as you have obtained all certifications required for full membership, please login and update your records at SportSync, then navigate to “NROC Membership” to submit an online application.
This is a database for the public to search for all NROC coaches (link here), and it shows limited information about the profiles of coaches who maintain an active NROC membership. Please log in to SportSync regularly and make sure your profile is up to date.
By default once you obtain your membership, your profile would be published on the myActiveSG “Find a Coach” Profile page (this link) along with these information that you provided: Name, Nationality, Gender, Email Address, Coaching Zone.
For coaches who do not wish to display their membership profile, please make sure you do this: From “My Profile”, under Personal Particulars, uncheck “Make profile visible on online public database”.
Please login to SportSync and ensure the following:
If any changes were made to the above, please allow between 24 to 48 hours for your profile to be published.
If you still do not see your profile online, please write in via this contact page with the following details:
Please login via members.myactivesg.com or login to the ActiveSG mobile app using your ActiveSG account to update your mobile number/ email address there. Once you’ve updated, please then login to SportSync to verify that changes have been updated.
Here’s a quick overview:
|NROC Level||Min. Coaching Practice Hours||Min. Coaching Education Hours|
|Attendance CCE Hours||Self-Guided CCE Hours|
|Level 1 (Coach)||15||12||Not more than 3|
|Level 2 (Senior Coach)||36||12||Not more than 12|
|Level 3 (Master Coach)||70||12||Not more than 18|
These are some examples of activities that you can do to earn CCE hours:
|Coaching Practice Hours||Coaching Education|
|Coaching an individual / team at any level||Attending SG Coach Theory Levels 1 to 3||* Watching coaching related videos|
|Centralised Training for athletes||Attending SG Coach Technical Levels 1 to 3||* Reading coaching related books, magazines and journal articles|
|Mentoring other coaches||Attending Elite Performance Level courses||* Conversation with coaches related to coaching|
|Understudying a senior coach||Attending CCE courses by SportSG, NSA & other sporting organisation|
|Assisting a national or senior coach||Lecturing at coaching related courses, seminars or workshops to coaches|
|Introducing new methods or improving methods of coaching||Presentation of papers in sport conferences and seminars|
|Contributing published articles in coaching journals, newsletter or other relevant publications||* Other educational activities not covered by attendance based activities (do check with us)|
By staying on our mailing list, you would be informed regularly on the latest CCE activities available. For details on CCE, please click here.
At the moment, CCE logbooks can be issued to all NROC coaches if they wish to continue keeping track of their learning and development this way. There is no real need to maintain the logbook as coaches are expected to update their CCE records directly in SportSync before renewing their membership.
Nevertheless, all CCE records should be accompanied with an endorsement from the respective coordinators where applicable, e.g., the training provider (for education), or the employer (for practice).
You can record CCE learning hours from self-guided learning activities such as watching or reading coaching-related materials, or even conversations with coaches related to coaching, as long as you record any reflection on what you’ve learnt. Each completed reflection activity earns you 1 CCE hour, and please remember a minimum of 12 hours’ worth of attendance-based or course-based CCE is still required.
For more information regarding self-guided learning such as reflection examples and templates, click here.
Take a look at some of the other options below:
|Earn Up to 10 CCE hours per course for completion of any courses listed under the following ‘Areas of Training’ in the SkillsFuture Course Directory:|
|All of the courses listed are eligible for SkillsFuture funding, and please choose courses best suited for your learning needs.|
|1. For queries on course details such as fees payable – please contact the respective training providers directly;|
|2. For matters related to SkillsFuture Credit and funding (e.g. eligibility, claim submission and reimbursement procedures) – contact SkillsFuture Singapore via their online feedback portal or call 6785 5785 (available during Mondays to Fridays, 8.30am to 5.30pm only).|
|ULeap Mobile Learning Application|
|ULeap (Learning Enabled through Active Participation) is a mobile application that enriches learning communities through courses delivered in bite-size and trending discussions. Each module has reading resources with discussion or quizzes and it will not take longer than 15 minutes to complete. Completion of any 3 modules earns you 1 CCE hour.|
Download link for ULeap app:
|Please capture screenshots of completion in the ULeap application > click “Profile” > click “Learning History” > capture screenshot.|
|Free Online Courses|
There are many online resources available such as the following:
Alison.com Online Courses (CCE hours varies according to the course completed. Please check with us)
International Olympic Committee’s Athlete Learning Gateway (Completion of each IOC online course (with Certificate of Achievement as proof) earns you 1 CCE hour.)
After you complete any learning activity, please upload any screenshots of your course completion (e.g. e-certificate), or record and upload any reflection from your learning (self-guided), or online via SportSync (www.sportsync.sg) under your CCE section of your coach profile, so that we can award you the CCE hours accordingly. You would need to have an ActiveSG account (registration can be done in SportSync itself) or SingPass in order to login to SportSync.
For technical assistance related to SportSync or ActiveSG:
Please write in via the contact page (select NROC Policy) with the following details:
Please write in via our contact page here (select NROC Policy) with your questions and contact details. One of our officers will get in touch with you.
spexCarding is the entry point into the national sport development system. The key purpose of carding is to provide support and resources to help athletes realise their potential to represent Singapore and win medals at the Major Games (Olympic, Asian, Commonwealth, South East Asian and Para equivalents) and Major Championships (Asian, World and Para equivalents).
All athletes must be nominated by their respective National Sports Associations (NSAs). The NSA will access and make application on your behalf if you have met the carding criteria.