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HTCP Level 3 Clinics Announced

By Ontario Minor Hockey Association, 05/12/17, 10:45AM EDT


Two clinics open in June for Trainers

Trainers interested in attending a Level 3 clinic have two opportunities in the upcoming month to do so.

There are two clinics scheduled in June for trainers to earn their Level 3 certification:

Ontario Hockey Association - June 2 and 3, 2017 in Kitchener
HDCO - June 17, 2017 - Toronto Scotiabank Pond

HTCP - Level 3

The HTCP Level 3 is considered an advanced course providing the participant the opportunity to advance his/her skill level and knowledge. The course is open to trainers regardless of the age group they are currently working with.   

  • Pre-requisite of HTCP Level 2
  • In-class course length 9 hours minimum
  • Examination (take home)
  • Universal Expiration date of Aug 31/YR (08/31/YR)
  • No Equivalency

No equivalency shall be granted for Level 3. Any trainer taking the Level 3 course, must be a valid (current) HTCP Level 2.  Certification is valid for three (3) years and uses the same expiration dates and rules as the Level I.

Level 3 Expiration Date:
All HTCP Level 1 certification expiration dates will be universal. This date will be August 31st/YR and will be for a maximum of three (3) years.


As a minimum standard, participants must re-qualify by participating in a HTCP Level 3 program format every three years and achieve a passing mark on the exam. If HTCP Level 3 certification is allowed to lapse for more than one (1) year, the participant must re-certify Level 2 or use their existing status as a level 2 to re-qualify for Level 3.  NOTE: If lapsed beyond this requalification timeframe, a participant will be considered NEW and must complete the HTCP Level 1 full course.

Subjects include:

  • Practical Team Travel Nutrition
  • Shoulder and Knee Injuries
  • A review of Head, Spinal and Severe Laceration Injuries
  • Introduction to Athletic Taping Skills


  • Participants are requested to take the examination home
  • Grading the examination is conducted by the HDCO or host Member Association.
  • Passing grade is 75%

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