COACHING CLINICS - TRAVEL AND HOUSE, News (LaSalle Minor Hockey Association)

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Feb 08, 2017 | 1stVP | 1014 views
LMHA is looking to host a Development 1 Clinic and Coach Level 2 Clinic in the Spring (April/May).

Clinics are open to both current and potential LMHA members that would like assist with development of our players. Each LMHA team requires a certified Head Coach and Assistant Coach. There will be a limited number of spots for each clinic. To sign up please email [email protected] with name, contact email address including current team etc. if applicable. A confirmation email will be sent within 48 hours. LMHA is currently working out the date with OMHA. When further information is confirmed an email will be sent to the sign up list. Below is further information regarding each Coaching Clinic, further information can be found on OMHA's website. 

Development 1 Clinic - Travel Coaches

The NCCP DEVELOPMENT 1 CLINIC is designed for coaches working with players engaged in the competitive levels of hockey (Rep level Peewee & above). Learn to motivate and lead your athletes as they move into a competitive environment. Build age-appropriate and competition specific practice plans while you give your players a solid understanding of the skills and strategies they will need to compete. You will also learn to analyze your players’ abilities to ensure that they’re equipped, both mentally and physically, for a more intense level of play. 


Upon completing this clinic you will be trained to: 

  • Plan and design a practice session; 
  • Analyze your athletes’ performance; 
  • Develop skill-specific programs; 
  • Coach a competition-oriented practice; 
  • Coach in a competitive situation. 


This is a 16-hour, in-classroom clinic, spread over 2 days with on-ice session.

Coach Level 2 - House League Coaches

The COMMUNITY COACH clinic focuses on getting your players moving in the right way and enjoying themselves while introducing them to the sport of hockey. You will also learn the fundamentals of fitness and how to be a positive role model to your athletes. 


Upon completing this clinic you will be trained to: 

  • Use HOCKEY CANADA resources to plan on/off-ice activities; 
  • Communicate effectively with players, parents, officials and league administrators;
  • Encourage participants and work within fair play guidelines; 
  • Conduct safe, effective and age appropriate on-ice practice drills; 
  • Apply an ethical decision making process. 


The Community Coach clinic is delivered in two parts.

  • Part A - 4-hour Hockey University (HU)* Online component:a link to the online component will be provided upon registration
  • Part B - In-person clinic:  Includes 4 hours in-class and 2 hours on-ice.

Thank you
Technical Skills Director