Hockey Development for our volunteers is a key commitment of the MOHA. We believe that more aware, informed and educated volunteers are critical to the development and safety of our players.
As an example of this commitment, MOHA provides a variety of OMHA recognized clinics.
The NCCP and CHIP Coaching Programs offered by the OMHA are designed to provide volunteer coaches with the tools necessary to improve athlete development. Whether it is certifications programs, specialty clinics, mentorship or high performance, ultimately the goal is to provide the player with the best possible experience. Coaches are encouraged to continually hone and build on their current skills by taking an NCCP certification course, Coach Refresher Clinic, finding a Coach Mentor, or taking specialty courses within their local association.
To see a current listing of Clinics being hosted by the MOHA or to register for a clinic please Click here
The HTCP is a risk management and safety education program for the volunteer hockey trainer. The ultimate goal of the program is to have all Hockey Trainers implement effective risk management on their own teams, where safety is the first priority at all times, both on and off the ice. All Hockey Trainers should utilize a proactive, preventative approach to safety while being prepared to react in the event of accidents, injuries or medical emergencies.
The HTCP is designed to educate people in the prevention, recognition and treatment of hockey related injuries. The HTCP offers three levels of certification, which are designed to assist the individual trainer as his or her experience grows. Program content, administration and policies are established through the HDCO Trainers Committee and through consultation with Hockey Canada's National Trainers Committee.
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