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Coach Clinics

SMHA COACHING CLINICS

 
SMHA is the busiest centre in Saskatchewan for hosting Coaching Clinics.  Thank you for taking your clinic through SMHA.

SHA required all certifications to be obtained by January 31,2014.  There are no more coaching clinics offered during this hockey season.

 
IMPORTANT NOTICE - SMHA WILL BE OFFERING AN INTRO TO COACHING CLINIC AND A COACH LEVEL CLINIC IN SEPTEMBER AS FOLLOWS:

INTRO TO COACH - SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2014 - 3:15 PM - 7:15 PM AT HAROLD LATRACE ARENA

COACH LEVEL - SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2014 - 3:15 - 7:15 PM AT HAROLD LATRACE ARENA

NOTE - REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED BEGINNING AUGUST 15, 2014 **
PLEASE CALL IRENE AT 306-244-1363 TO REGISTER

** FROM AUGUST 15-AUGUST 31, 2014, PRIORITY WILL BE GIVEN TO SMHA COACHES WHO WERE FINED BY SHA FOR THE 2013-2014 SEASON WHO ARE WISHING TO COACH IN 2014-2015.

FROM SEPTEMBER 1ST ON, REGISTRATION FOR THESE TWO SEPTEMBER CLINICS WILL BE OPEN TO ANY COACHES. 



The remaining 2014-2015 Coaching Clinic schedule will be available by September 1, 2014.


Click here to register on-line for SMHA Coaching Clinics

Please contact Irene Andres-Kidd in the SMHA offfice for information and to register for clinics. Irene can be reached at 306.244.1363 or by email at smha@sasktel.net
 

Saskatoon Minor Hockey Association
Coaching Certification Levels and Requirements  

 

All registered team officials 16 years of age or older must attain their Respect in Sport or 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 Checking Certification clinic by February 1st of the current season. Exceptions to this rule are the Novice and Atom Rec Programs, the Non-Contact Program and the Female Program.

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. NOTE - THIS COURSE IS AVAILABLE ONLY ON-LINE THROUGH SHA.

All on-ice "helpers" must be registered on the team certification form. They can be listed as a Stick Boy or an Assistant Manager if they do not / will not have their coaching credentials.  They will still require Respect in Sport or Speak Out if 16 or older.


Minimum required coaching certifications:

Timbit Initiation - All coaches require Intro to Coach; Click here for detailed requirements

Novice - All coaches require Coach Level (also known as Coach Stream); Click here for detailed requirements
 
Atom - All coaches require Coach Level (also known as Coach Stream); Click here for detailed requirements

Peewee Tier I - Head Coach requires Development I; Assistant Coaches require Coach Level (also known as Coach Stream); Click here for detailed requirements

Peewee - Tier II, Tier III, & Non-Contact - All coaches require Coach Level (also known as Coach Stream); Click here for detailed requirements

Bantam Tier I and Midget AAA (male and female)- Head Coach requires Development II; Assistant Coaches require Development I; Click here for detailed requirements

Bantam - Tier II, Tier III, & Non-Contact - All coaches require Coach Level (also known as Coach Stream); Click here for detailed requirements

Midget Tier 1 - Head coach requires Development I; Assistant Coaches require Coach Level (also known as Coach Stream); Click here for detailed requirements

Midget - Tier II, Tier III, & Non-Contact - All coaches require Coach Level (also known as Coach Stream); Click here for detailed requirements

 

Notes:

 

A reminder that all coaches require Respect in Sport or Speak Out along with the above certifications. 

Intro to Coach certification must be attained if coaching players six (6) years and under (if you are coaching IP).

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


Please click here to view the 2013-2014 SMHA Coaching Clinic Schedule in PDF Form

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