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CLAVET MINOR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION
COACH / ASSISTANT COACH APPLICATION


 

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

 
 

 

 

 
 

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 
 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 
 

Coaching Certification (check those courses/levels you have completed):

 

 

 
 

 

 
 

 

 
 

 

 
 

 

 
 

 

 
 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 
 

Coaching Resume

 
 

 

 

     
 

References

 
 

 

         
 

Name

 

         
 

 

 

 

     
     
         

 

 

CLAVET MINOR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION
COACHES EVALUATION FORM


           
 

Dear Parent/Player:
The following questionnaire has been developed with the purpose of evaluating our coaching within the CMHA Programs. Please sit down with your child and complete the form. Your input will help to:
1) Provide feedback, which will encourage our coaches and contribute to their development
2) Influence the selection of coaches next year
3) Provide guidelines for your CMHA executive

 

 

       
 

   
 

   
           
 

1. The coach treated players fairly and provided equal opportunity and ice time to all players in all situations.

 

always

     

never

 

 

 

       
 

2.The coach kept the team controlled and respectful on and off the ice.                 

 

always

     

never

 

 

 

     

 

 

3.The coach was an appropriate role model, kept his/her composure and kept "winning" in perspective.

 

always

     

never

 

 

 

     

 

 

4. The coach taught skills and tactics appropriate to the level of the team.

 

always

     

never

 

 

 

     

 

 

5.The coach displayed respect and tolerance to the referees and the opposition coaches and players.                 

 

always

     

never

 

 

 

     

 

 

6.The coach’s expectations and demands of his players were appropriate for the level played.

 

always

     

never

 

 

 

     

 

 

7.The coach kept the year positive, enjoyable and fun for your son/daughter.

 

always

     

never

 

 

 

     

 

 

8.The coach was able to work with and control the actions of the other Clavet  team officials.

 

always

     

never

 

 

 

     

 

 

9. The number of practices, functions, games and tournaments was:

 

 

 

     

 

 

10. How would you recommend this coach for next season? Check one only.

 

 

 

 

     

 

 

If conditionally recommended please elaborate.

   
           
 

   
           
 

Please provide additional feedback in the space provided. We encourage your comments (both positive and negative).  Feel free to make comments not only in regard to coaching, but also how your team was operated, etc...... Your feedback is welcomed.

   
           
 

Thank you for taking the time to complete this questionnaire.

           
       

 

 

COACHES WANTED

CMHA is always looking for enthusiastic, qualified individuals with strong leadership and teaching skills to coach the CMHA teams at all levels. Those individuals interested in coaching for the 2010-11 season can contact the CMHA Executive for more details. A completed CMHA CMHA Coaching Application and RCMP security/background check are required. Review the coaches page for additional coaching resources and information. CMHA supports and funds coaches’ ongoing education and development.

CMHA COACHES GUIDELINES

Minor hockey is developmental hockey. Our objective as coaches is to provide athletes at all levels with the instruction and the opportunity to develop their hockey skills (skating, puckhandling, passing, shooting, goaltending) and their hockey smarts (team play, positioning, offensive / defensive responsibilities, specific situation strategies) in a positive sport environment that builds and encourages teamwork, enthusiasm, hard work, and character, both on and off the ice.

Coaches set a positive example by displaying respect for players, opponents, officials, parents and the game of hockey when coaching, competing, winning and losing with class, both on and off the ice.

Coaches are on time. Show up at the rink early enough to be ready to go at least 5 -10 minutes before the scheduled practice or game, so the players know the practice / game plan and you have time to complete a thorough warm-up.

Coaches are privileged to coach Cougar hockey. Coach the Cougar teams with pride and class.

Ultimately, regardless the competitive level of play, coaches need to make sure Cougar Hockey players have fun playing the great game of hockey.


COACHING REQUIREMENTS
Coaching Certification Levels & Requirements

All registered team officials 16 years of age or older must attain their Hockey Canada Speak Out (Harassment and Abuse) Program certification by February 1st of the current season.

At least one team official listed as a Coach on all minor teams from Novice to Midget must have attended a SHA Body Checking Workshop by February 1st of the current season. Exceptions to this rule are the Recreational, Non-Contact, and Female Programs. 

Each team must have one (1) team official listed as either Head Coach, Assistant Coach, Manager, Trainer, or Stick Person attain their Hockey Canada Safety Program certification. 

All on-ice "helpers" must be registered on the team certification form. 

Intro to Coach certification must be attained if coaching kids six (6) years and under. 

Coach Stream certification will be accepted for the Novice age division. 

Coaches must have Development I certification prior to taking Development II.

Minimum required coaching certifications: 

Timbit Initiation - All
Intro to Coach
Intro to Coach

Novice - All
Intro to Coach
Intro to Coach

Atom - All
Coach Stream
Coach Stream

Peewee - Tier I
Development I
Coach Stream

Peewee - Tier II, Tier III, & Non-Contact
Coach Stream
Coach Stream

Bantam - Tier I
Development II
Development I

Bantam - Tier II, Tier III, & Non-Contact
Coach Stream
Coach Stream

 

Midget AAA
Development II
Development I

Midget - Tier I
Development I
Coach Stream

Midget - Tier II, Tier III, & Non-Contact
Coach Stream
Coach Stream

 

 

 

Hockey Tips: Dynamic Warm-up and Flexibility Training

Power-Fuel Nutrition for Hockey Players

Staying Hydrated and In-line with your Performance!

Hockey Nutrition Tips

Flexibility for Skill Enhancement

CHA's skills Development Program

Amazing Hockey Facts and Philosophies

Food for Thought

Practice Statistics in Minor Hockey

Practice Planning Considerations

60 Minute Practice Session

Communicating with Your Players

Coaches Checklist

 

 

Hockey Tips: Dynamic Warm-up and Flexibility Training

Power-Fuel Nutrition for Hockey Players

Staying Hydrated and In-line with your Performance!

Hockey Nutrition Tips

Flexibility for Skill Enhancement

CHA's skills Development Program

Amazing Hockey Facts and Philosophies

Food for Thought

Practice Statistics in Minor Hockey

Practice Planning Considerations

60 Minute Practice Session

Communicating with Your Players

Coaches Checklist


 



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