Hockey Canada Coaching

Hockey Canada Coaching Program

Coaches are essential to hockey at every level. A caring, enthusiastic, well-trained coach can be a positive influence on the experience of players, parents and other coaches.

Hockey Canada works with its Members and local hockey associations to provide effective education, certification and registration for thousands of hockey coaches annually.

Olympic gold medallists Haley Irwin and Jocelyne Larocque took their coach education to the next level this summer, taking part in the Hockey Canada Skills Coach Seminar.
The coaching resource section has tips and tricks for newcomers and the most seasoned of bench bosses.
The Women Master Coach Developer program is equipping women with the training to develop more coaches.
Valérie Bois had a unique opportunity to elevate her coaching craft in 2018-19, working alongside a pair of Olympic gold medallists with the Canadiennes de Montréal.
David Cicchini challenges his players to get better in the offseason, so the coach attended the HP2 seminar.
Download the National Coaching Certification Program guide for information on stepping behind the bench.
The National Coach Certification Program trains, certifies and supports Canada's dedicated hockey coaches so they have all the tools they need to help players develop on and off the ice.
Want to become a coach, official or team safety person? Check out Hockey Canada’s interactive online resource.
2006 Coaches - July 6-9
2006 Hockey Programs Coaches July 6-9