Community Coach Streams 1 and 2 (Sarnia Hockey)

PrintCommunity Coach Streams 1 and 2
Registration for Community Coach Streams 1 and 2 is online.
Please click 2017-2018 Coaches Clinic Registration Form to register. 

Please contact Phil Talbot, SHA Clinic Director for more information p[email protected]


Community Coach Stream 2
, September 9th, 8-4pm, Clearwater arena, $120 (SHA coaches are reimbursed)

8-12:30 classroom, 1-2:30 on ice, wrap up after until 4pm.
There is a on-line portion that is required before attending the course.  A link will be emailed to participants

Please click Overview Stream 2 to learn more

Overview:
The NCCP Coach 2 - Coach Level course is the second level of the National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) within the Community Coach Stream. The Coach 2 - Coach Level course follows the competency based education and training method of learning and is an excellent course for all new and recreational level coaches. The NCCP Coach 2 - Coach Level will provide an introduction to player development and will teach coach knowledge, skills and attitudes in the following areas:

-How to communicate effectively with athletes and parents; 
-How to support the athlete in the team environment;
-How to support the athlete in the training environment;
-How to support the athlete in a practice environment;
-How to support the athlete in a game environment.

The NCCP Coach 2 - Coach Level emphasizes basic skills and the importance of having players develop confidence, self-esteem and a love for the game.  This program follows the Community Coach Stream and the Long Term Player Development stages of – Learn to Play, Learn to Train.


Community Coach Stream 1, September 10th, 8-4pm, Clearwater arena, cost $100 (SHA coaches are reimbursed)

8-12:30 classroom, 1-2 on ice portion and then wrap up until 4pm

Please click Overview Stream 1 to learn more

Overview
The NCCP in-class and on-ice portions of the Coach 1 - Intro Coach Clinic have been designed to offer coaches across Canada with a consistent and practical approach to their coach clinic experience. The goal of the face-to-face clinic is to enhance the delegate’s on-line training experience with Hockey University.  The four main components are:

-On Ice Safety and Teaching Tips
-Skating
-Puck Control
-Small Area Games 
 
 


 

 

 

 

 

 


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