The NOHA has released the dates for re-certification clinics. Please follow the steps below to register as an NOHA Official for the 2021-2022 season and review each of the attached documents. Step One If aged 18 and over, must have valid VSS submitted to email@example.com (PDF scan), if the process has been started, submit receipt to given e-mail address. If Letter of Engagement is required to obtain VSS, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Step Two Register and comple
Two new Coaching Clinics have been posted: Coach 1 - Intro to Coach October 4th, 2021 Prior to registering for the Coach 1 - Intro Coach Clinic, Coaches must complete the HU-Online Coach 1/2 module. HCR 3.0 - Hockey Canada Registry The Intro Coach course is a 4 hour virtual course which included training on topics such as; Long Term Player Development (LTPD), Lesson Organization, Teaching Stations, Team Teaching, Grouping of Players, Teaching Skills, Skills Analysis. Coach C
The Hockey Canada Network gives coaches and players the tools to succeed with drills, skills, videos, practice plans and articles on your tablet or phone. Features: Hundreds of coach skill video demonstrations. Hockey Canada Skills Manuals, and Weekly Practice Plans including for each age level. TSN World Junior Skills from 2010 to 2021. Over 1,500 drills each including a drill diagram, video demonstration, skill description, key teaching points, and a Team Canada game clip h
The NOHA reviewed relevant health information and direction from the Government of Ontario, coupled with legal advice specifically as it relates to the mandating of vaccination of all participants in the NOHA. After careful consideration of all factors, the NOHA Executive has supported an amendment to the NOHA Vaccine Policy. - The NOHA will continue to recommend that Participants between the ages of 12 to 17 (2004 and younger) receive a complete series of a mRNA COVID-19 vac
Clinic Introduction The Development 1 Coaching Clinic is part of the Competition Introduction Stream of the National Coach Certification Program (NCCP). It is a competency-based program designed for coaches working with players entering the competitive levels of hockey. Coach Certification Requirements The Development 1 Coaching Clinic is required to be taken by the following coaches: Under-13 (Peewee) Representative and AAA (AAA to C): Head Coach: Development 1 “Certified” A
The Development 1 Coaching Clinic is part of the Competition Introduction Stream of the National Coach Certification Program (NCCP). It is a competency-based program designed for coaches working with players entering the competitive levels of hockey. Coach Certification Requirements The Development 1 Coaching Clinic is required to be taken by the following coaches: Under-13 (Peewee) Representative and AAA (AAA to C): Head Coach: Development 1 “Certified” Assistant Coach: Deve
Hockey Canada has released a new Maltreatment Rule for the 2021-2022 season. Find the official press release HERE You can also access the Hockey Canada Rule Book, with the new rule here: rulebook_casebook_e.pdf (hockeycanada.ca) In an effort to educate Associations and Coaches/Team Officials on the new Maltreatment rule, the NOHA has planned 2 sessions to be held via Zoom where we will review the new Maltreatment rule. See the links below: September 22 at 7:00 p.m. - https:/
The Coaches Association of Ontario has announced a new storytelling webinar series featuring MLSE coaches from diverse and inclusive backgrounds. These sessions aim to inspire a new generation of coaches who are representative of the communities they live in. Each session will feature an MLSE coach from a different team as they share their coaching journey, as well as tools and tangible takeaways in their area of expertise, which you will be able to use with your athletes. We
The Ontario Hockey Federation has amended its Non-Sanctioned League Policy for games operating outside the Hockey Canada structure.
In accordance with Hockey Canada, the OHF has a committed strategy toward a cohesive long-term athlete development model in which we feel our programs are second to none in sport.
Organizations that operate outside of our structure in the form of leagues, tournaments, and games, are considered “non-sanctioned”. The latest amendments were approv