2018 OHF High Performance 1 Clinics - Dates Announced, News (Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario)

PrintNews Article
Click to view full-size image
2018 OHF High Performance 1 Clinics - Dates Announced
Submitted By ALLIANCE Hockey on Friday, January 19, 2018
Cambridge, ON - The Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF) will be hosting two High Performance 1 (HP1) Coaches Clinics this summer, to help meet the requirements of Hockey Canada HP1 Policy. Over the last four years, the OHF has trained close to nine hundred coaches at twelve clinics.

The first stage of the HP1 program is attending an in-class seminar. This year, the OHF will host clinics in Toronto and Barrie, in June and July respectively. The Toronto clinic will be split over two weekends, June 8-10th and June 16-17, at Humber College. The Barrie clinic is July 5-8th, at Georgian College. After the in-class portion of the program, coaches will complete a written assignment and receive feedback from a mentor. The final step is a practice and game assessment completed by an OHF trained evaluator.

Applications for the HP1 program are available on the OHF website under the Coaches Section or by clicking here. Acceptance is based on the level of hockey being coached next season. Priority will be given to those coaches who will require the certification for the 2018-19 season. The total registration fee for the clinic is $1000+tax and includes lunches/snacks, all seminar materials, written assignment evaluation, mentoring, and field evaluation. Transportation, dinners, and accommodation are the responsibility of the participant.

For more information:

Jeff Stewart
Ontario Hockey Federation
Technical Director
226-533-9071
[email protected]

This article has been viewed 2144 times.
Social Networking
Follow Us On
Follow Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario on Twitter
- and -
Visit Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario on Facebook
- and -
Follow Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario on Instagram
Quick Links
News ArchiveOther Recent Articles
  • 24
    Apr
    Organization
    Toronto, ON – The Ontario Hockey League announced the launch of the new OHL Performance Development League (PDL). The OHL PDL is an off-season development initiative targeted at young players incorporating Small Area 3 on 3 Games with weekly ...
  • 16
    Apr
    Organization
    Stratford, ON – Designed to coincide with the ALLIANCE Hockey Annual General Meeting and 25th anniversary weekend celebrations, ALLIANCE Hockey announced today that the 2018 ALLIANCE Hockey AGM Trade Show will be hosted on Saturday, June 2, ...
  • 15
    Apr
    Organization
    Woodstock, ON - The 2018 ALLIANCE Hockey House League Championships were hosted April 12-15, 2018 in Woodstock.  There were 62 teams competing from Novice through Juvenile with over 100 games played throughout the event.
  • 15
    Apr
    Organization
    London, ON - The 2018 ALLIANCE Hockey MD Championships were hosted April 12-15, 2018 in London, ON.  The MD Championships featured 17 divisions ranging from Novice through to Minor Midget with the top four MD teams from across the ALLIANCE ...
  • 15
    Apr
    Organization
    Stratford, ON - The OHF/Regional Championship weekend ended on a very good note for ALLIANCE Hockey representative teams!  Three teams walked away with gold medals while four teams earned silver medals.  ALLIANCE Hockey is proud of ...
  • 12
    Apr
    Organization
    ALLIANCE Hockey extends our deepest sympathies to the Broncos organization, the families, the friends, the fans and entire Humboldt community. As our hockey community mourns, we encourage any player who’d like to speak with someone to contact ...
  • 12
    Apr
    Organization
    Kitchener, ON - The Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF) and ALLIANCE Hockey, in partnership with the Ontario Hockey League (OHL), announced Thursday the 160 players who will be part of the 2018 OHL Gold Cup, which will be held May 2-6, 2018 at Activa ...
  • 11
    Apr
    Organization
    Toronto, ON - The Ontario Hockey League welcomed 300 new players on Saturday through the 2018 OHL Priority Selection process, with no fewer than 40 more to be chosen Wednesday night by OHL teams.  This is the second annual OHL Under-18 Priority ...
Printed from alliancehockey.com on Wednesday, May 23, 2018 at 4:28 PM