High Performance 1

Hockey Canada High Performance 1 Policy Statement

All Head Coaches coaching Bantam, Midget, Junior 'A' teams that compete in Interprovincial or National Championships or the highest level as determined by the Branch, must be High Performace 1 'Certified'. It is recommended that all Assistant Coaches be at minimum Development 1 'Trained'. This would take effect starting in the 2015/16 season, 2016/17 for Junior 'A' coaches.

Read the complete policy HERE

How does that affect OHF Membership?

All Head Coaches coaching Male Bantam 'AAA' (Minor and Major), Female Bantam 'AA', Male Midget 'AAA' (Minor or Major) , Female Midget 'AA' and Junior 'A' must be High Performance-1 'Certified' according to the Hockey Canada policy during the 2015/16 season, 2016/17 season for Junior 'A'. It is recommended that all Assistant Coaches be a minimum Development 1 'Trained'.


High Performance 1 Coach


2019 HP1 Clinic Dates & Locations

High Performance 1 (HP1) Coaching Program clinic dates and locations are now confirmed for the 2019 summer period. To fall in line with the HP1 policy, the Ontario Hockey Federation will be hosting two (2) clinics this summer - the first will be held in Toronto and hosted over the weekends of June 7-9 and June 15-16, while the July clinic will be held in Barrie and hosted over a 4 day stretch, from July 4-7.

High Performance 1 Background

The High Performance 1 Coaching Program is an enriched development experience for coaches, which features in-class sessions, a written assignment and a field evaluation. The in-class seminar will provide an exceptional opportunity for coaches to learn as it will feature outstanding presenters who have vast experience within high performance coaching environments. Following the in-class portion, coaches will further their development by completing, and receiving feedback on, a written assignment with support from a mentor. Participants will then be provided with an incredible opportunity for growth as a Hockey Canada trained Evaluator will observe a practice and game and conduct interviews on the ice sessions and the coach’s overall program.

Throughout the process, coaches will be provided information and tasks which will challenge them with the ultimate goal of furthering key skills including critical thinking, problem solving, interacting, valuing and leadership.

High Performance 1 Application Process

When filling out the application, coaches will have the ability to rank in order what seminar they would like to attend. As we would like to be able to accommodate all requests, this may be difficult to do based on the potential number of coaches who require this certification. Please make note: Priority will be given to those coaches who will require the certification for the 2019-20 season.

If accepted, coaches will be notified and sent payment instructions closer to the date of clinic

The total registration fee for all HP1 clinics is $1100.00, plus tax and includes lunches/snacks, all seminar materials, course work, written assignment evaluation, mentoring and practical field evaluation (in the OHF Area). Transportation, dinners and accommodation are the responsibility of the participant. A block of rooms will be reserved at the Colleges for those accepted into a clinic

Online application form

** 100 % Attendance is Mandatory **

 

For more information please contact:

Jeff Stewart
Technical Director
Ontario Hockey Federation
226-533-9071
jstewart@ohf.on.ca