Clinics (Niagara Falls Minor Hockey)

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2019 & 2020 Clinics
 

See below for details regarding coaching qualifications:

PDF: TEAM OFFICIAL QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS


Clinics offered through Niagara Falls Minor Hockey:

Coach - Development 1 Clinic
August 10-11, 2019
Gale Centre, Niagara Falls
$230

CLICK HERE


Coach 1 - Intro To Coach
TBA


Coach 2 - Coach Level
TBA

 

Refunds/Cancellations

Refunds will be issued based on the following conditions:

  • Refund requests must be received 4 business days prior to the start of the clinic.
  • No refunds will be issued for participants who are late or absent.
  • A $50.00 administrative fee will apply to any refunds.

For NFMHA Coaches Only: The R.I.S. Activity Leader plus 1 other clinic will be reimbursed to NFMHA coaches. Receipts must be submitted to the office by November 1st, 2019




Certification News & Updates

 

New For 2019-20:

• Requirement for Novice is Coach 1 – Intro to Coach

• Requirement for Head Coaches Minor Peewee – Juvenile ’A’ - Development 1 Certified

REPRESENTATIVE (REP):

• AE is considered a category of Representative (Rep) hockey, under the Centre’s Base Category

HOUSE LEAGUE (HL):

• Assistant Coaches at House League require Respect in Sport (RiS)-Activity Leader or Speak Out! and Gender Identity and Expression Course Only . However, they would require the appropriate qualification listed in chart above for participation with teams from outside their House League (i.e. exhibition and/or tournament play).

• In addition, if the Head Coach were not available to start a House League game, an appropriately NCCP qualified Coach would be required to act as the Head Coach.

 


Certifications

 

High Performance 1 (HP1)

  • All Head Coaches coaching Minor Bantam AAA and above must be High Performance 1 certified.  Coaches within the NFMHA DO NOT require HP1 Certification.
  • 4 to 5 day seminar in selected cities throughout Ontario.
  • 40 to 80 hours of post seminar work that includes, application, Group Leader monitoring and field evaluation.
  • HP1 Applications can be found under the Coaches Tab on the OHF website, www.ohf.on.ca
  • Coaches will have the ability to rank in order which seminar they wish to attend; and then notified of acceptance.
  • 5 year expiry
  • To remain certified, follow the Coaching Certification Legacy Pathway outlined.

 

Development 1

  • Requirement for coaches at the Representative level.
  • Clinic Length – 2 eight hour sessions, including a 2 hour ice session on Day 2.
  • Clinic Post task will be completed throughout the season.
  • 5 year expiry
  • To remain certified, follow the Coaching Certification Legacy Pathway outlined.

 

Coach 1 and 2

(formerly  CHIP and Recreational Coach Stream)

  • New, interactive online platform that will utilize a blended approach.
  • In Part A, the Participant must register and complete a 4 hour HU online component before proceeding to Part B.
  • In Part B, the in-person clinic will include 4 hours in class and 2 hours on ice.
  • This program replaces the current CHIP and Coach Stream certifications.
  • Upon successful completion of this course, the participant will come out with 2 certifications and 2 qualifications; Coach 1 – Intro to Coach and Coach 2 – Coach Level.
  • The Coach 1 currently has not expiry
  • Coach 2 has a 5 year expiry
  • To remain Coach 2 certified, follow the Coaching Certification Legacy Pathway outlined.

Trainer Level 1

  • The HTCP is a risk management and safety education program for the volunteer hockey trainer.
  • The HTCP is designed to educate volunteers in the prevention, recognition, and treatment of hockey-related injuries.
  • Courses are presented as an online curriculum and include interactive multi-media tutorials, quizzes, and printable downloads.
  • The e-Learning Courses are available through the HDCO website.  CLICK HERE
  • IMPORTANT:  Upon completion, please provide a copy of your certificate and receipt to the Minor Hockey office to ensure proper accreditation has been applied.  Please contact Julia at [email protected]
  • 3 year expiry

Trainer Level II

  • The HTCP Level II program has been designed to be flexible.  Participants can choose from several avenues to obtain this level of certification.
  • Applicant must hold a current Level 1 HTCP certification to be eligible and a Standard First Aid certification from a recognized First Aid Provider Group. (For a current, approved First Aid Provider Group, please contact the OMHA). The First Aid card must be valid for the entire hockey season – September to April.
  • Expiry not available.

 

Trainer Refresher

  • This program applies specifically to current certified trainers.
  • This e-Learning Program is available to trainers who certification expires on August 31 of the current year.
  • This certification is only available for participants who are re-qualifiying following attendance at a full Level 1 Clinic.
  • Courses are presented as an online curriculum and include interactive multi-media tutorials, quizzes, and printable downloads.
  • The e-Learning Courses are available through the HDCO website.  CLICK HERE
  • IMPORTANT:  Upon completion, please provide a copy of your certificate and receipt to the Minor Hockey office to ensure proper accreditation has been applied.  Please contact Julia at [email protected]
  • 3 year expiry

Respect in Sport – Activity Leader Program

  • This course is mandatory for all Team Officials and Volunteers
  • This e-Learning course focuses on Abuse and Harassment Prevention.
  • Formerly called Speak Out and PRS (Prevention Services), this program continues to provide the tools necessary to coach, lead, and implement a harassment-free environment on the ice, on the bench, and in the arenas
  • Visit www.omha.net for the link to complete this program.  
  • Currently no expiry.
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