Coaching Development

The Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF) carries out coaching clinics and programs through it’s Member Partners. For complete and accurate information on which certification is required to be a team official – i.e. coach, manager, trainer – please visit the appropriate organization’s website and/or contact the appropriate person within that organization.

For Member Partner contact info, please click here

For a list of all clinics available within our Branch, please click here

If you are unsure of who to contact, please email Jeff Stewart.


CP2 Stream

Instructional Streams


Coaching Certification

Hockey Canada’s National Coach Certification Program (NCCP) is a competency-based program. The program enables coaches to build their coaching tools and knowledge of the game, so they can work effectively with their players.

Coaches enter into a ‘stream’ of coaching by taking part in clinics that are relative to the athletes that they are working with. Please contact your Member Partner to determine what course would be most appropriate for you or review the Certification Requirements below

Certification Requirements

Download OHF Complaint Intake Form Alliance Hockey

Download OHF Complaint Intake Form Greater Toronto Hockey League (GTHL)

Download OHF Complaint Intake Form Northern Ontario Hockey Association (NOHA)

Download OHF Complaint Intake Form Ontario Hockey Association (OHA)

Download OHF Complaint Intake Form Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA)

Download OHF Complaint Intake Form Ontario Womens Hockey Association (OWHA)

For more information on the many clinics offered within our Branch please click on the links below

Clinics Offered

Download OHF Complaint Intake Form Community Sport - Coach Stream

Download OHF Complaint Intake Form Competition Intro - Developmental Stream

Download OHF Complaint Intake Form Competition Development - High Performance Stream (Hosted by the OHF)

Download OHF Complaint Intake Form Certification Maintenance

Download OHF Complaint Intake Form Professional Development