At this time Coach Certification clinics are being scheduled by ALLIANCE Hockey and have returned to In Class clinics or a combination of On Line and In Class. It has not been confirmed if the HMHC will host any clinics leading up to the 2022-23 season.
Hamilton Huskies team staff members requiring certification should read this page and monitor this link for any scheduled clinics that you may be looking for.
Coaches should try to register for Alliance Clinics NOT OMHA.
Every Coach that has submitted a TPIF has been/will be notified of what certifications they need to be approved on the team roster.
See below for Trainers and other required clinics.
Kathleen Sharkey, Hamilton Huskies Registrar, is the contact for all Huskies team staff members regarding certification.
If you require information or verification of certification requirements please contact Kathleen at [email protected]
PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL TEAM STAFF MEMBERS MUST HAVE THE APPROPRIATE CERTIFICATION BEFORE THEY CAN BE APPROVED ON AN OFFICIAL TEAM ROSTER AND CAN NOT PARTICIPATE IN ANY TEAM ACTIVITIES UNTIL SUCH TIME AS THEY HAVE THE PROPER CERTIFICATION
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON COACHING REQUIREMENTS Click here
Development 1 –
Day 1: 4 hours (Virtual through Zoom)
Day 2: 8-10 hours In class with on ice session
Coach 1 & Coach 2 – All in class with on ice session
For an overview of Community Coach Stream Coach 1 - Intro to Coach click here.
For an overview of Community Coach Stream Coach 2 click here.
For an overview of Competition Stream Development 1 (DS1) click here.
For information on the High Performance 1 (HP1) Clinic please go to the ALLIANCE and the OHF Websites.
Please contact Mike Spadafora, Hamilton Huskies General Manager, with any questions regarding required certification. Contact Mike at [email protected]
Click link for >> Hockey Canada Clinic Search
Gender Identity and Expression Training - The Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF) is pleased to announce the launch of a new MANDATORY training module for ALL team officials, to support trans-inclusive hockey in Ontario, Understanding Discrimination based on Gender Identity and Gender Expression Training.
All team officials will require an eHockey account in the Hockey Canada Registry (HCR) in order to register for and complete the two Modules. Once completed, notification will be posted to the team officials’ member profile on the HCR.
The first step in completing the training is to ensure all team officials have an eHockey account, in order to sign up for the required clinic. If you do not have an existing eHockey account, click here to register for training or create an account.
PRS refers to Prevention Services and was originally delivered as Speakout.
PRS is now Respect in Sport which can ONLY be completed online. If you have attended a Speakout Clinic in the past you DO NOT need to take the Respect in Sport.
The following links should provide all the information you need if you require Respect In Sports.
RIS General Information RIS Frequently Asked Questions
(Scroll to find RIS Specific Info)
RIS Activity Leader On Line Parent Program
Trainers Clinics and Refreshers are available online through the HTO - Hockey Trainers Ontario
Link for online HTCP Level I Trainers
- HTCP Level I
Link for online HTCP Level I Refresher
- HTCP Level I Refresher