2021 OHF High Performance 1 Coaching Program Clinic Registration, News (Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario)

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2021 OHF High Performance 1 Coaching Program Clinic Registration
Submitted By OHF on Tuesday, April 20, 2021
We have all seen communication from both the Federal and Provincial governments, over the state of affairs as a result of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) Pandemic.

Hockey Canada, the OHF and our Member Partners understand the ongoing demand for Coaching Education programs. Over the past year, a review has been done Nationally on various coaching programs including the High Performance 1 clinic. 

Based on the review, Hockey Canada has approved the High Performance 1 Program be delivered in three parts consisting of recorded modules, on-line virtual, and an in-class portion.

Last year, the decision was made to not facilitate the HP1 clinic, focusing more on getting our players and staff back on the ice in a safe manner. Looking back that was the correct decision as some associations only ran for a short period of time, and some not at all. As we continue to have limits on indoor gatherings (including classrooms) the HP1 clinic will be rolled out a little differently. We are currently investigating a variety of options with the goal of delivering all parts of the HP1 program in an online format for 2021.

Further information, including dates and costs will be shared when it is available.

In the meantime, for those that require the HP1 training based on the policy, we are asking you to register now by clicking HERE. No payment is required at this time. Please make note that priority is given to those that require the training based on the HP1 Policy.

The OHF will be in direct contact with those individuals with further information
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