2023/2024 Coaching Applications Open, News (Gananoque Minor Hockey)

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Mar 09, 2023 | Administration | 260 views
2023/2024 Coaching Applications Open
GMHA is starting to prepare for the 2023/2024 hockey season 

Please find the application form for 2023/24 head coaches on the website.   We are accepting applications for both Rep and Local League.  https://ganminorhockey.com/Forms/1261/Coaching_Application/

REP applications will be accepted until March 30th. After which time interviews will be held. Recommendations will be made to the GMHA Executive and successfull applicants will be advised. 

Local League appliciations will be accepted until late August/early September. 

If you have any questions regarding this please contact GMHA President, Robb Bowman, at 
[email protected]


Coach Requirements 


ALL Team Officials
Background and Vulnerable Sector Check
Respect in Sport – Activity Leader
Gender Identity and Expression Course (HCR 3.0 - Hockey Canada Registry)

SUGGESTED for Team Officials 
Safe Sport Training Module (Safesport (coach.ca))
OMHA Maltreatment Module for Team Officials (HCR 3.0 - Hockey Canada Registry)

Coaches & Assistant Coaches

IP, U7, U8, U9 (All on ice helpers of Coaches and IP Coordinators)
Hockey University 1/2 prerequisite
Coach 1 – Trained

All Local League Teams (U11, U13, U15, U18/U21)
Hockey University 1/2 prerequisite
HU Body Checking prerequisite
Coach 2 – Trained

U11 Representative
HU University 1/2  prerequisite
HU On Line Body Checking  prerequisite
Coach 2 – Certified

U13, U15, U18, U21 Representative
HU University 1/2  prerequisite
HU On Line Body Checking  prerequisite
HU On Line Making Ethical Decisions

Development 1 – Certified -- IN CLASS (generally 2 days)


All the information for required courses can be found at https://help.omha.net/coachclinics
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