2020-2021 ALLIANCE Hockey Requirements for Team Officials - Updated, News (Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario)

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2020-2021 ALLIANCE Hockey Requirements for Team Officials - Updated
Submitted By ALLIANCE Hockey on Monday, September 14, 2020
Stratford, ON - ALLIANCE Hockey along with the Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF) have established health and safety measures and protocols that accompany the required qualifications for Team Officials for the 2020-2021 minor hockey season. The protocols in place are based on direction that is provided by Public Health and the Ontario Government.    

The following requirements for Team Officials are applicable for the 2020-2021 hockey season:

Required for all NEW Coaches:

U9 & Below Programming - Head Coaches & Assistant Coaches at Rep & HL:

  •  Hockey University: NCCP Coach 1/2
  • Hockey University: Planning a Safe Return to Hockey (New)
  •  Hockey Canada Network – Clinic Training Module (New)
  •  Respect in Sport – Activity Leader
  •  Gender Identity & Expression Course
  •  Rowan’s Law Resource Review & Acknowledgement
     *Note: Coaches will obtain NCCP Coach 1 – Intro to Coach qualification after tasks are completed

U10 & Above Programming - Head Coaches & Assistant Coaches at Rep &
                                                Head Coaches at HL
:

  •   Hockey University: NCCP Coach 1/2
  •   Hockey University: Checking
  •   Hockey University: Planning a Safe Return to Hockey (New)
  •   Hockey Canada Network – Clinic Training Module (New)
  •   Respect in Sport – Activity Leader
  •   Gender Identity & Expression Course
  •   Rowan’s Law Resource Review & Acknowledgement

U10 & Above Programming - HL Assistant Coaches:

  • Respect in Sport – Activity Leader
  • Gender Identity & Expression Course
  • Hockey University: Planning a Safe Return to Hockey (New)
  • Rowan’s Law Resource Review & Acknowledgement

Optional:

  • Hockey University: Coach 1/2
  • Hockey University: Checking
  • Hockey Canada Network – Clinic Training Module (New)

Required for all Existing NCCP Coaches:

  •   Hockey University: Planning a Safe Return to Hockey (New)


Coaches registered for HP1:
The OHF will follow up with Coaches that were registered to complete the High Performance 1 clinic this summer.


Required for all NEW Trainers:

  •   HTCP Level 1 Online Training
  •   Hockey University: Planning a Safe Return to Hockey (New)
  •   Respect in Sport – Activity Leader
  •   Gender Identity & Expression Course
  •   Rowan’s Law Resource Review & Acknowledgement

 Required for all Existing (not expired) Trainers:

  •   Hockey University: Planning a Safe Return to Hockey (New)


Required for all NEW Managers:

  •   Hockey University: Planning a Safe Return to Hockey (New)
  •   Respect in Sport – Activity Leader
  •   Gender Identity & Expression Course
  •   Rowan’s Law Resource Review & Acknowledgement


Required for all Existing Managers:

  •   Hockey University: Planning a Safe Return to Hockey (New)


Available Links for the requirements listed above:

Full List of ALLIANCE Hockey Clinics
Hockey University: Coach 1/2
Hockey University: Checking
Hockey University: Planning a Safe Return to Hockey
Hockey Canada Network App: Clinic Training Module
Respect in Sport - Activity Leader
Gender Identity & Expression Course
Rowan’s Law Resource Review & Acknowledgement
HTCP Trainers Level 1


ALLIANCE Hockey will also be exploring additional online professional development for all coaches throughout the 2020-2021 season.  Details will be posted on the ALLIANCE Hockey website once available.

Team Officials are encouraged to contact their local Association with any questions regarding qualifications, certifications and procedures for the 2020-2021 season.

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