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2020-2021 Requirements for Team Officials

 


Required for NEW House League Coaches

  1. Hockey University: NCCP Coach 1/2
  2. Hockey University: Planning a Safe Return to Hockey
  3. Hockey Canada Network - Clinic Training Module 
  4. Respect in Sport - Activity Leader
  5. Gender Identity and Expression Course
  6. Rowans Law Concussion Acknowledgement and Code of Conduct Acceptance
  7. Police Vulnerable Sector Check (scan and email to [email protected])

NOTE: All coaches who complete/pass these online elements will obtain NCCP Coach 1 - Intro to Coach. This is the minimum requirement for U9 and below. For NEW coaches who are coaching U10 and above house league, the OHF will follow up at a later date in regards to the on-ice training portion that is required to get you to NCCP Coach 2, which is required for the higher divisions. You can be rostered to a team for the season while you wait full certification.


Required for ALL RETURNING House League Coaches

  1. Hockey University: Planning a Safe Return to Hockey *NEW*
  2. Police Vulnerable Sector Check (updated if required - scan and email to [email protected])

Required for NEW House League Trainers

  1. HTCP Level 1 Online Training
  2. Hockey University: Planning a Safe Return to Hockey (New)
  3. Respect in Sport - Activity Leader
  4. Gender Identity and Expression Course
  5. Rowans Law Concussion Acknowledgement and Code of Conduct Acceptance
  6. Police Vulnerable Sector Check

Required for EXISTING Trainers

  1. Hockey University: Planning a Safe Return to Hockey *NEW*
  2. Police Vulnerable Sector Check (updated if required - scan and email to [email protected])

Required for NEW Team Managers

  1. Hockey University: Planning a Safe Return to Hockey (New)
  2. Respect in Sport - Activity Leader
  3. Gender Identity and Expression Course
  4. Rowans Law Concussion Acknowledgement and Code of Conduct Acceptance
  5. Police Vulnerable Sector Check

Required for EXISTING Team Managers

  1. Hockey University: Planning a Safe Return to Hockey *NEW*
  2. Police Vulnerable Sector Check (updated if required - scan and email to [email protected])




Other Notable Policies


On-ice Helper Equipment Policy: All on-ice helpers under 17 must be a registered player with Hockey Canada (current season) and wear a CSA approved helmet with full-face shield, as well as shin pads, gloves, and skates. Adult on-ice helpers (including coaches and trainers) must wear CSA approved helmets. Helmet straps must ALWAYS be done up. Failure to do so will result in removal and possible suspension.

Players are not allowed on the ice (practice or game) until the zamboni doors are closed AND there is a minimum of either 1 certified bench person (coach, trainer, or manager) on the bench/ice, or the referees are present and on the ice.

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