COACHING CLINICS

COACH 1 - INTRO TO COACH

This course is not necessarily targeted to the inexperienced coach, it shows you how to teach hockey's basic skills while keeping the theme of their practices with an emphasis on fun and fundamentals.  Coach 1 reviews the basic tools they will need in the areas of leadership, communication, teaching skills, and lesson planning. All this is taught with the special considerations of the youngest athletes in mind

WHEN: Wednesday November 10, 2021 5:45 PM

WHERE: Fort Sask - Curling Club - 9312 102 Street, Fort Saskatchewan & JRC Arena

 

Please bring -

-For the on-ice portion (skates, stick, gloves, CSA-approved helmet)

-For the in-class portion: notepad, pen/pencil, and/or IPad/ laptop

The cost for this clinic is $136.00 + GST and payment will only be accepted online. *Refunds will only be given up to 72 hours in advance less a $30 administration fee.*

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COACH 2 - COACH LEVEL

Coach 2 - Coach Level is the in-person component to follow up the HU-ONLINE Coach 1/Coach 2.  It emphasizes basic skills and the importance of having players develop confidence, self-esteem and a love for the game. As part of your registration each coach will be granted access to the Hockey Canada Network App that will provide yearly practice plans, videos and additional coaching resources. 

Upon completion of the in-person and the HU-ONLINE Coach 1/Coach 2 coaches will achieve “TRAINED” status.  There is no post-task associated with the Coach 2 – Coach Level Course to achieve “CERTIFIED”. 

When: Wednesday November 3, 2021 5:45 PM

Where: Fort Sask - Curling Club - 9312 102 Street, Fort Saskatchewan & JRC Arena

For the Clinic please ensure you bring the following: 

  • In Class - Notepad, pen, pencil and/or IPad, laptop
  • On Ice - Skates, gloves, stick, CSA-Approved helmet 

The cost for this clinic is $136.00 + GST and payment will only be accepted online. *Refunds will only be given up to 72 hours in advance less a $30 administration fee.*

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COACH - INSTRUCTIONAL STREAM-CHECKING SKILLS 1

*Prior to attending the in person Checking Skills clinic coaches must have completed the HU- ONLINE Checking course*

The In-Person Checking Skills clinic will combine both classroom (2.0 hrs) and on-ice (1.5 hrs). Coaches will learn: Checking skill acquisition, four phases of checking – positioning and angling, stick checks, contact confidence, body checking, checking safety, checking skills drills, roles and responsibilities.  The clinic emphasizes basic checking skills and the importance of having players develop confidence, respect and an awareness of the checking process.  Upon completion of this course, and the HU – ONLINE Checking course, you will achieve “TRAINED” status.  There is no post-task associated with the Checking Skills Course.

For the Clinic please ensure you bring the following:

  • In Class - Notepad, pen, pencil and/or IPad, laptop
  • On Ice -  Skates, stick, gloves, CSA-approved helmet

The cost for this clinic is $116 + GST and payment will only be accepted online.  *Refunds will only be given up to 72 hours in advance less a $30 administration fee.*

When:  October 25, 2021 8:30 PM

Where: Fort Sask - Dow Centre

For the Clinic please ensure you bring the following: 

  • In Class - Notepad, pen, pencil and/or IPad, laptop
  • On Ice - Skates, gloves, stick, CSA-Approved helmet 

The cost for this clinic is $136.00 + GST and payment will only be accepted online. *Refunds will only be given up to 72 hours in advance less a $30 administration fee.*

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR CHECKING

Trainer / Safety-*HU - ONLINE Safety--

This program is a great introduction to team safety, injury recognition and important information for anyone who wishes to be a team Safety Person. From the Fair Play Code and Code of Ethics, to Safety at the Rink, Injury Management and the Emergency Action Plan, this 3 hour program gives you the information and confidence needed to be the go to person on your team for health, wellness, injury recognition and safe and proper recovery and return to play procedures.

For those that have completed the Hockey Canada Safety Program and have completed Standard First Aid or are medical professionals are eligible to apply for the Level II Program. Please refer to the Hockey Alberta website for further information.

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Respect in Sport - Leader

The Respect in Sport Activity Leader/Coach Program educates coaches and activity leaders to recognize, understand and respond to issues of bullying, abuse, harassment and discrimination. It may be the single most important training leaders receive to assist in creating a safe, healthy and respectful environment for all participants. NOTE: Speak Out is no longer recognized as a relevant program for coaches.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR RESPECT IN SPORT LEADER