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It is now easier than ever to become a qualified hockey coach - and we’ve got all the information you need to get started.

By getting on the coaching ladder, individuals have the opportunity to progress through the various Hockey Canada and OMHA coaching qualifications while constantly enhancing their skills and knowledge.

The OMHA delivers courses for aspiring coaches at all levels, which are offered across the OMHA. Your pathway as a hockey coach is based on the age and level of players you will be working with. 


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Download hundreds of drills and create a practice plan with the new Hockey Canada Drill Hub, powered by Samsung. Offence, defence, goaltending, special teams, with or without the puck; close to a hundred searchable drill videos, descriptions and diagrams are available for players of all levels.

NCCP | Coach Education Programs

The Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA) working with the Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF), Hockey Canada and the Coaching Association of Canada (CAC) will see significant changes to Coach Education effective the 2014-2015 season. These changes will impact clinic delivery, terminology and qualification requirements for Coaches. 

Entry points for coaches are based on each program design being geared towards providing an educational opportunity for coaches who are working with a specific group of athletes. 

Speak Out! / Respect in Sport [RIS]: All Team Officials are required to hold Speak Out! [PRS] or Respect in Sport [RIS] - Activity Leader Program certification and registered with the OMHA in addition to all other Certification appropriate to their position, in place prior to the approval of their Team Roster.

NCCP | Important Information