The NOHA Officiating Clinics are now available for registration. To get started, please review What Do I need to Officiate? Follow the steps for Entry Level if you are a new official, and if you are returning, follow the steps for Re-Certifying officials. For any questions, please contact NOHA Officiating Program Coordinator Adam Morell at email@example.com
The NOHA is pleased to announce a number of initiatives this season for new NOHA Officials, including registration fees, jerseys, pants, and pealess whistles. These initiatives follow the NOHA Community Feedback survey, and are supported by a grant from the Ontario Sports Network. To get started, read the 2022-2023 Officiating Process. If you have any questions, contact NOHA Officiating Program Coordinator Adam Morell at firstname.lastname@example.org -- NOHA Release - New Officials
The NOHA has scheduled clinic dates for September and October 2022. If you require certification, please register for the appropriate course below or visit the Clinics Page. Step 1: Determine which course you need to take in the NOHA Certification Requirements Step 2: Click the link in the document or use the link below. Step 3: Once you are registered, you will receive an email from Technical Director Jacob Brown (email@example.com) the day before the clinic; this email
The NOHA will be hosting an information session for people who are interested in becoming new NOHA Officials. If you, or someone you know is interested in officiating this season, register at the link below to attend and get your officiating career started. The session will be held Monday, September 12th, 2022 at 7pm. Register: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcod-2prTIvGNLoUI4kQFJSPsTobG4laaod Attendees must be at least 14 years of age by December 31, 2022.
The Hockey Canada Foundation Assist Fund was created in response to the many families experiencing financial challenges. The goal of the Fund is to help Canadian youth access hockey and play the game they love. The Assist Fund will provide up to $500 per player in registration fee subsidies to approved applicants who are registered with a Hockey Canada-sanctioned association. Learn more and see if you qualify at the Hockey Canada Assist Fund website!
The Northern Ontario Hockey Association (NOHA) is seeking applications for the National Coach Certification Program (NCCP) Learning Facilitator for the 2022/2023 season and beyond. NOHA NCCP Learning Facilitators are responsible for delivering Coaching Clinics within their respective region across Northeastern Ontario. For the upcoming season, these Clinics will be delivered virtually with an on-ice component in the various centres across the NOHA. Further documentation on a