Certification Requirements 2015-2016 (Tecumseh-Shoreline Eagles)

PrintCertification Requirements 2015-2016

TSMHA COACHING REQUIREMENTS

2015-2016 Signed Declaration
Up-to-date Police Clearance



http://www.omha.net/page/show/884931-coaches

Community Coach Clinic (Coach 1 & 2) | NCCP Community Sport

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*The Community Coach clinic will be listed as Coach 2 – Coach Level on HCR and on Clinic Listings and will include the following two qualifications:

Coach 1 - Intro to Coach

Initiation / Tyke / Novice (HL & LL) | 5-7 year-olds

Coach 2 - Coach Level

Novice / Atom (All levels) | 8-10 year-olds
Peewee / Bantam / Midget – HL & LL | 11-18 year-olds

 

NCCP Community Coach clinic is designed for coaches working with players at the recreational level and emphasizes basic skills and the importance of having players develop confidence, self-esteem and a love for the game. The Community Coach training focuses on:

  • Facilitating parent meetings
  • Delivering effective practices
  • Designing a safety program
  • Teaching individual technical skills
  • Preparing for game day

The Community Coach clinic is delivered in two parts.  The Participant must first register for the clinic through the OMHA Clinics Listings page on the OMHA website.

  • Part A: the Participant completes the 4-hour Hockey University (HU)* Online component - a link to the online component will be provided upon registration
  • Part B: the in-person clinic which includes 4 hours in-class and 2 hours on-ice.

Notes:

  • This program replaces the current Intro Coach (CHIP) and Coach Stream clinics
  • Hockey Canada’s Hockey University (HU) is a new, interactive online platform that will form part of a blended learning approach for entry-level clinics of Coach and Official education.



Development 1 & 2 | NCCP Competition Introduction

 

Development 1

The NCCP Development 1 clinic is designed for coaches working with players engaged in the competitive levels of hockey - Rep level Peewee & above]. The Development Stream focuses on the needs of the coach working with Rep level players - Peewee and above. 

Upon completion of training coaches will have received information on:

  • Effective team meetings
  • Teaching individual skills, individual tactics, team tactics & team play
  • Goaltending
  • Drill design & effective practices
  • Mentally preparing players
  • Off-ice training
  • Game analysis
  • Seasonal Planning 

 

Changes for 2015-2016:

Hockey Canada passed the following motion at the 2013 Hockey Canada Semi-Annual Meeting:

Effective the 2015-2016 season, all Head Coaches, that coach teams in Peewee or above teams at competitive levels, as determined by the Branch, must be Development 1 ‘CERTIFIED’ (other than those requiring High Performance 1).  It is recommended that all assistant coaches have Development 1 ‘TRAINED’ status.  


 

Development 2

Development 2 is considered as continuing education by Hockey Canada and the Coaches Association of Canada (CAC). The OMHA does not anticipate hosting any Development 2 Clinics in the immediate future.

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