OHF dates for the High Performance (HP1) Coaching Clinics will be out Mi-January, News (Central Ontario Wolves AAA)

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OHF dates for the High Performance (HP1) Coaching Clinics will be out Mi-January
Submitted By Jay Allen on Sunday, January 13, 2019
Cambridge, ON - The Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF) will be hosting two High Performance 1 (HP1) Coaches Clinics this summer, to help meet the requirements of Hockey Canada HP1 Policy. Over the last four years, the OHF has trained close to nine hundred coaches at twelve clinics.The first stage of the HP1 program is attending an in-class seminar. 

Applications for the HP1 program will be available on the OHF website under the Coaches Section. Acceptance is based on the level of hockey being coached next season. Priority will be given to those coaches who will require the certification for the 2019-20 season. The total registration fee for the clinic is $1,100+tax and includes lunches/snacks, all seminar materials, written assignment evaluation, mentoring, and field evaluation. Transportation, dinners, and accommodation are the responsibility of the participant.

Please stay tuned for the announcement of the Dates or for more information contact the Technical Direcor

Jeff Stewart
Ontario Hockey Federation
226-533-9071
[email protected]
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