Team Staff Certification Requirements (Brantford Girls Hockey Association)

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Global Coaching Team Requirements

OWHA Minimum Team Official Qualification Requirements


Division

Category

Head Coach

Assistant Coach (Recommended)

Trainer

FUN-damentals

All

Coach 1 – Intro to Coach Trained 1

Coach 1 – Intro to Coach Trained 1

HTCP Level 1

Novice

HL & DS

Coach 2 Trained 2

Coach 2 Trained 2

HTCP Level 1
.

Novice

Rep

Development 1 Trained 3

Coach 2 Trained 2

HTCP Level 1
.

Atom

HL & DS

Coach 2 Trained 2

Coach 2 Trained 2

HTCP Level 1
.

Atom

Rep

Development 1 Trained 3

Coach 2 Trained 2

HTCP Level 1
.

PeeWee

HL & DS

Coach 2 Trained 2

Coach 2 Trained 2

HTCP Level 1
.

PeeWee

Rep

Development 1 Trained 3

Development 1 Trained 3
.

HTCP Level 1

Bantam

HL

Coach 2 Trained 2

Coach 2 Trained 2

HTCP Level 1
.

Bantam

A, BB, B, C

Development 1 Certified 4

Development 1 Trained 3
.

HTCP Level 1

Bantam

AA

HP1 Certified 5

Development 1 Trained 3
.

HTCP Level 1

Midget

HL

Coach 2 Trained 2

Coach 2 Trained 2

HTCP Level 1
.

Midget

A, BB, B, C

Development 1 Certified 4

Development 1 Trained 3
.

HTCP Level 1

Midget

AA

HP1 Certified 5

Development 1 Trained 3
.

HTCP Level 1

Intermediate

HL

Coach 2 Trained 2

Coach 2 Trained 2

HTCP Level 1
.

Intermediate

A, B

Development 1 Certified 4

Development 1 Trained 3
.

HTCP Level 1

Intermediate

AA

HP1 Certified 5

Development 1 Trained 3
.

HTCP Level 1

Senior

All

See OWHA Book

See OWHA Book

HTCP Level 1
.


To see the official OWHA document - OWHA_TEAM_OFFICIAL_QUALIFICATION_REQUIREMENTS

Regulation Five (A) from OWHA Handbook

Instructors, Coaches and Trainers

(A) All OWHA teams must have at least one female staff registered and OWHA recommends at least one female coach to be registered. It is the responsibility of all teams to know and follow the requirements as outlined in Team Official Qualification Requirements Policy.



For each rostered team staff member we will require:

  • Speak Out/Respect in Sport certificate:  Respect in Sport Activity Leader/Coach Program replaces the past HC Speak Out program.  

This easy to use online training enables sport and community organizations to create a safer, more ethical environment by providing essential information to each organization’s critical stakeholders.
The on-line course takes about 2 hours and there is a cost of $30.00.  
The certificate is valid for 5 years.  There is a re-certification.
Current coaching staff must complete the reimbursement form for the cost of this mandatory certification.  The form is found in your Home Team's webpage on-line Library.

To access the Respect-in-Sport Activity Leader/Coach Program on-line program - click here

  • Gender Identity and Gender Expression:  This is a new training program for team officials to support trans-inclusive hockey in Ontario, understand discrimination based on gender identity and provide gender expression training.  There are two courses which will educate team officials on this important topic - Understanding Discrimination based on Gender Identity and Gender Expression and A Guide to the Dressing Room Policy and Confidentiality Statement.

This course takes about 2 hours and there is no cost.

What Team Officials Need to Do

  • If you don't have an eHockey Account, get one now
  • Register for the Online Course
  • Upon registering for the clinic, team officials will receive an email with instructions for completing the modules
  • Use a Supported Device - Mac/PC Desktop Computers only / No phones or iPads
  • Have the Required Software - Adobe Flash 10.3 or later and a modern web browser (Explorer, FireFox or Chrome)
  • Complete both modules in order to receive credit
  • Your Username and Password to launch the online program will be the same as your eHockey account

To login or create an eHockey account to access on-line course - click here

  • Valid police check (Vulnerable Sector Records Check) or receipt from the police for a police check that is in progress.  Depending upon the volume, this process may take from 1 day to 3 months.  

To access the on-line Police Record/Vulnerable Sector Check - click here


OWHA Coaching Certification Process Documents

Community Coach Stream Competition Introduction Stream    .. Competition Development Stream   .
 Core Programming Core Programming Core Programming
 Coach 1
Intro to Coach
Coach 2
Coach Level
 Development 1 High Performance 1
 Coach Entry Point
Coach Entry Point  Coach Entry Point Coach Entry Point
 4 hour Hockey University
On-line Module

4 hour Hockey University
On-line Module
Clinic (16 hour in classroom and
on-ice)
 Clinic
(6 day practical)
   Clinic Post Task
(Throughout season)
 Clinic Post Task
(written assignment)
(Field Evaluation of a Practice)
 Clinic Post Task
(written assignment)
(Field Evaluation of a Practice and
Game)
 Hockey University - On-line Coaching
Module is applicable for both Coach 1 and Coach 2
 Development 2 High Performance 2
 Clinic Pre-Task
(Part of Development 1 Post Task)
Clinic Pre-Task 
 Clinic
(16 hours Classroom and On-ice)
Clinic - 6 day Practical 
 Supplementary Planning  Clinic Post Task
(Written Assignment)
(Field Evaluation of a Game)
 Clinic Post-Task (Written
Assignment, Field Evaluation of a
Practice and Game)
 Supplementary Programming Supplementary Programming 



Coaches programs NCCP for Hockey
 
Document focus of Coach 1 - Intro to Coaching and Coach 2 - Coach Level
Coach 1 - Intro to Coaching:  The NCCP in-class and on-ice portions of the Coach 1 - Intro Coach Clinic have been designed to offer coaches across Canada with a consistent and practical approach to their coach clinic experience. The goal of the face-to-face clinic is to enhance the delegate’s on-line training experience with Hockey University. 
Process:
The Coach 1 - Intro to Coach Training consists of two components:
1) Hockey University - Online Modules
2) Intro To Coach Clinic (in-class course work and on-ice Specialty Skills Session)

The Coach will first complete the Hockey Canada Hockey University E-Learning Modules (1-12) online. Upon completion of these online modules, a Coach will register for a Coach 1 - Intro to Coach Clinic which will consist of a 3 hour Classroom Session and 1.5 hour On-Ice Session. 

Coach 2 - Coach LevelThe NCCP Coach 2 - Coach Level course is the second level of the National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) within the Community Coach Stream. The Coach 2 - Coach Level course follows the competency based education and training method of learning and is an excellent course for all new and recreational level coaches. The NCCP Coach 2 - Coach Level will provide an introduction to player development and will teach coach knowledge, skills and attitudes.
The Coach 2 - Coach Level Training consists of two components:
1) Hockey University - Online Modules (1-12)
2) Coach 2 - Coach Level Clinic (in-class course work and on-ice Specialty Skills Session)

TRAINED STATUS Requirements:
Trained Status is based on completing two (2) core components:

1) Hockey University - Online Modules 
2) Coach Level Clinic (in-class course and on-ice Specialty Skills Session) - full day clinic

CERTIFIED STATUS Requirements:
Certification is based on completing three (3) core components:

1) Hockey University - Online Modules
2) Coach 2 - Coach Level Clinic (in-class course and on-ice Specialty Skills Session) - full day clinic
3) Making Ethical Decisions (MED) online evaluation for Community Sport


Professional Development Points (10 points over 5 years):
Document - Coaches_Program_-_Revised_NCCP_for_hockey_6

National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) Certification Pathways  
Coach - Development 1:  
The NCCP Development 1 curriculum and delivery was designed using the new competency based education and training model. The curriculum and clinic is designed to give coaches plenty of opportunities to do and think for themselves through classroom theory and on-ice participation.

The NCCP Development 1 course is a two day clinic starting on Saturday morning and concluding late Sunday afternoon. Coaches attend a minimum of 12 hours of classroom and 2 hours of on-ice instruction and/or observation.

This program follows the Competition Introduction Stream and the Long Term Player Development stages of – Learn to Train, Train to Train. 

TRAINED STATUS Requirements: 
Trained Status is based on completing two (2) core components:
1) Development 1 Clinic (100 % attendance in-class course and on-ice Specialty Skills Session)
2) EAP (Emergency Action Planning) - completed in the classroom portion of the clinic.

CERTIFIED STATUS Requirements:
The Coach will be considered CERTIFIED when:
1) Development 1 Clinic (100 % attendance in-class course and on-ice Specialty Skills Session)
2) EAP (Emergency Action Planning) - completed in the classroom portion of the clinic.
3) Completion of the D1 Post Task (HP1 pre-requisite)
4) MED (Making Ethical Decisions) Online evaluation for Competition

The cost is around $300.00 which includes the optional hard copy skills manual.

Professional Development Points
Document - NCCP_Pathways_(Re-done)_2

NCCP - High Performance Program 
Required for Female Bantam or Midget AA teams

The High Performance 1 Coaching Program is an enriched development experience for coaches, which features in-class sessions, a written assignment and a field evaluation. The in-class seminar will provide an exceptional opportunity for coaches to learn as it will feature outstanding presenters who have vast experience within high performance coaching environments. Following the in-class portion, coaches will further their development by completing, and receiving feedback on, a written assignment with support from a mentor. Participants will then be provided with an incredible opportunity for growth as a Hockey Canada trained evaluator will observe a practice and game and conduct interviews on the ice sessions and the coach’s overall program.

Throughout the process, coaches will be provided information and tasks which challenge them with the ultimate goal of furthering key skills including critical thinking, problem solving, interacting, valuing and leadership.

This clinic is provided by the Ontario Hockey Federation for coaches of Midget or Bantam 'AA' and Junior 'A' teams.  It runs for 4 days.  
The cost for registration is $1000.00


Document - High_Performance_1_4

Making Ethical Decisions Program 
The final step of the certification evaluation process for Coach 2 - Level (C2), Development 1 (D1) and High Performance 1 (HP1)
This program can be done on-line or in class.  Both are about 4 hours.  BGHA posts available on-line and in-class courses under the Skills and Development heading
On-line courses are around $75.00 and in-class are around $85.00
Document - MED_eLearning_Program

Hockey Trainers Certification Program (HTCP)

The HTCP is designed to educate people in the prevention, recognition and treatment of hockey related injuries. The HTCP offers three levels of certification which are designed to assist the individual trainer as his or her experience grows.
Required for all Trainers. 
HTCP_Information_Guide


BGHA Coaching Staff Certification Executive Support

Mandatory Requirements:  Respect-in-Sport - Activity Leader, and Police Check/Vulnerability Sector Check are reimbursed.
Mandatory certifications are listed in each position description.
Reimbursement forms can be found in your Team Home Page.

Coaching Certifications:
All educational/course enrollments require your respective Rep/HL Director approval for reimbursement.
All reimbursement forms can be found in your Team's Home Page on-line Library.


HTCP Certification:


Coaches Association of Ontariohttp://www.coachesontario.ca/qfg/bursary-program/
The Association provides a Bursary each year to assist with the cost of Coach Clinics/Development.  The award is up to $300.00 per coach each year.

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