On Ice Position

On Ice Position Application

  1. Coaching application (attached)

(Parent Helpers - please fill out to the best of your ability all applicable sections of the application form - we realize that not all sections may apply to you, but please do your best)

  1. a) Include National Coaching Certification Number if you have one
  2. b) Coaching application should list any coaching clinics attended regardless of the date attended


  1. Coach Fair Play Pledge MUST be signed and handed to the Director of the division you are coaching. ( See Hay River Minor Hockey Association : Website by RAMP InterActive)


  1. RCMP Criminal Record Check MUST be completed and returned to the Director in the division you are chosen to coach no later than October 15, 2022.  Any coaches/parents not submitting a Criminal Record check by this time will not be permitted to take part in any HRMHA team functions until a completed form is submitted.  Any forms that come back in question will be dealt with on a one-on-one basis.  To obtain a blank Criminal Records Check form please visit the Hay River RCMP Detachment with two pieces of government issued ID, one with a photo.


Hockey Canada Coaching Programs

Hockey Canada working with Hockey North and local Associations are responsible for the delivery and administration of the following programs.


Initiation Program - meant to be taken by all Initiation and Novice coaches.  (One day program)


Respect in Sport - new 2 hour on-line course on prevention of bullying, abuse and harassment. Hockey Canada is asking all branches that this be a mandatory program for all volunteers directly involved with children in their minor hockey programs. Type in the following link to take you to the course http://www.hockeynorth.ca/development_programs/RegisteringRespectGroup.shtml


Safety Program - Each Division must have at least one team official that has taken this course. (6 hour program)


National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP)

This program, as the name implies, is a Nationally run program for the certification of coaches.  The National Coaching Certification Program is a program designed to train and further educate coaches across the country. You may have taken courses prior to this new designation. Please identify these on the next page.


NCCP provides coaches at all levels with a systematic way to improve their knowledge and skills in the theoretical, technical and practical aspects of coaching.  The content of the Theory course is basic to the broader education of the program. Topics such as leadership and communication, growth and development, psychology of sport, skill analysis, sport safety and training are covered in increasing depth from level one upwards.


Hockey North typically administers these courses known now as Community Coach and Development 1.  Courses are offered at least once per year. These courses are sport specific and delivered by certified course conductors upon request by local Associations. The Executive will make every attempt to obtain further courses and training for the coaches, parent helpers and directors.


Information on courses that are available can be found at www.hockeycanada.ca.

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