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NEW Updates! Changes to the NCCP for Hockey

The Documents below provide an overview of the changes to the program as well as changes to the requirements for coaches and team officials.


Additional Notes

  • All ALLIANCE Hockey coaching qualifications moving forward (Trained & Certified) will carry an expiry of August 31, 2020
  • Hockey Canada has not yet updated the HCR or eHockey profiles to show coaches with ‘Certified’ status. All coaches are currently showing as ‘Trained’. They are finalizing the transfer of status between the ‘The Locker’ (CAC) and the HCR
  • All coaching qualifications are essentially getting a new start-date to their qualifications, coaches should not be under any pressure to get their qualifications renewed.
  • Development 2 is no longer considered a ‘certification’ by Hockey Canada or the CAC. These coaches will show as D1 ‘Certified’ 

NCCP for Hockey – Coach Education Programs 

Hockey Canada’s National Coach Certification Program (NCCP) is a competency-based program. The program enables coaches to build their coaching tools and knowledge of the game, so they can work effectively with their players.

Coaches enter into a ‘stream’ of coaching by taking part in clinics that are relative to the athletes that they are working with.  Below are suggested entries for Coaches.

Community Coach Stream
       COACH 1 - Intro Coach
• working with entry level players

COACH 2 - Coach Level
• working with community and recreational teams, i.e. Novice, Atom

Competition Introduction Stream
Development 1
• working with provincial and regional teams, i.e. Peewee rep, Junior B

Competition Development Stream
High Performance 1
• working with national and international teams, i.e. Bantam AAA, Midget AAA, University

Within the Hockey Canada structure the Community Coach Stream and Competition Introduction Stream are delivered at the provincial level, i.e. ALLIANCE Hockey.  Competition Development Streams are delivered by Branches in conjunction with Hockey Canada and/or through Hockey Canada.

The following three charts detail the three main streams of hockey that athletes move through in their development. The new NCCP model attempts to mirror this athlete model with the coaching development model to ensure that coaches are being educated with the necessary tools to meet the athlete’s needs.

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To know what course is right for you, please contact your local Association as they will be able to direct you to those courses that match their requirements for Coaches.



Clinic Summaries

Community Coach (Coach 1 – Intro to Coach & Coach 2 – Coach Level) | NCCP Community Sport

Community Coach Clinic focuses on getting your players moving in the right direction and enjoying themselves while being introduce to the game of hockey. You will learn the fundamentals of being a positive role model towards your athletes.


Learning Outcomes

Upon completing the Clinic you will be trained to:

  • Use Hockey Canada resources to plan on/off-ice activities
  • Communicate effectively with players, parents, officials and league administrators
  • Encourage participants and work within fair play guild lines
  • Conduct safe, effective and age appropriate on-ice practice drills
  • Apply an ethical decision making process 


Clinic Structure        

Community Coach Clinic is delivered in two parts. The participants must first register for the clinic through the ALLIANCE Hockey Clinic Listing Page

Part A: the participant completes the 4 hour hockey university (HU*) online component – a link to the online component will be provided upon registration

Part B: the in-person clinic which includes 4 hours in-class and 2 hours on-ice


Evaluation & Certification         

Upon completion of this clinic you will be considered ‘Trained’. To receive Community Sport – ‘Certified’ status you will need to complete the clinic Post-Task assignment, the Making Ethical Decisions (MED) – Community Sport Online Evaluation.


Note:

  • This program replaces the current Intro to Coach (CHIP) and Coach Stream Clinics
  • Hockey Canada Hockey University (HU) is a new, interactive online platform that will form part of the blended learning approach for entry level clinics of Coach and Official education

 


Development 1
| NCCP Introduction Development

The Development 1 Clinic is designed for coaches working with players that are engaged in competitive levels of hockey. Learn to motivate and lead your athletes as they movie into a competitive environment. Build age-appropriate and competition specific practice plans while you give your players a solid understanding of the skills and strategies they need to compete. You will also learn to analyze your player’s abilities to ensure that they’re equipped, both mentally and physically, for a more intense level of play.


Learning Outcomes

Upon completing this clinic you will be trained to:

  • Plan and design a practice session
  • Analyze your athletes performance
  • Develop skill-specific programs
  • Coach a competition-oriented practice
  • Coach in a competitive situation


Clinic Structure

  • This is a 16-hour in-class clinic, spread over 2 days with on-ice session.


Evaluation & Certification

After completing this clinic you will be considered ‘Trained’. To become Development 1 – ‘certified’ you need to complete the Clinic Post-Task assignment, Making Ethical Decision (MED) Comp Intro online evaluation. 


High Performance 1
| NCCP Competition Development     

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.

OHF Coaches Page

Hockey Canada Promo Video for High Performance 1



Certification
Process        

The following diagram illustrate the generic pathways that a Coach would follow in the Revised NCCP for Hockey:


CLINIC*
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 TRAINED --> EVALUATION --> CERTIFIED --> CERTIFICATION MAINTENANCE



‘The Locker’ – Accessing the CAC Database

  • Professional Development points will be tracked on the coach’s transcript in ‘The Locker’ which is the Coaching Association of Canada’s online database – www.coach.ca
  • Coaches can create a log-in and access their Profile and Transcript online
  • The Locker will track your Professional Development points and will update the Hockey Canada Registry (HCR) Profile when ‘Certified’ status is renewed.
  • For direction on how to access ‘The Locker’. Review the How to Log In to ‘The Locker’ –CAC Information document How to log into the Locker
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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