For Coaches (Plattsville & District Minor Hockey)

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Qualifications Required for Benchstaff:

To be rostered to any bench staff position for a team, the individual must first have completed:

Each team requires a Head Coach, a Trainer, and an additional 1-3 individuals, each of who could be any of: Assistant Coach, Assistant Trainer, or Manager.  Each of these roles (with the exception of Manager) requires additional certifications to those listed above.

Here is the summary chart of 2018-19 Qualifications.
* The 2018-19 requirement for Novice Coaches will be either Coach 1 – Intro to Coach, or Coach 2 – Coach Level (or higher). For the 2019-2020 season, Coach 1 – Intro to Coach will be the only accepted qualification at Novice and Below, in keeping with the Hockey Canada framework for programming in these Divisions.

Head Coach / Assistant Coach - required certifications, clinics, and resources
Trainer / Assistant Trainer - required certifications, clinics, and resources
Manager - resources

Upon completion of any course/certification, please remit your receipt to PDMHA - the cost incurred will be refunded to individuals who are rostered to any of our current teams.

 

On Ice Volunteers:

Any on-ice volunteers must first be approved by PDMHA, as they must be registered on our volunteer list for insurance coverage.  On-ice volunteers, 18 years of age and older, will also be required to submit a Vulnerable Sector police background check to PDMHA.

 

Exhibition Games:

If a team arranges an exhibition game with another OMHA centre, the coach must contact the Admin Manager and provide the date, time & location of the game.  At least 48 hours notice is required, as a travel permit is required for ALL exhibition games (home and away).  Traditionally, PDMHA will cover the cost of the referees and timekeepers for one home exhibition game per team each season.

 

Tournaments:

Once a team decides to enter a tournament, the Admin Manager must be informed of the tournament dates, location and sanction/permit number, regardless of whether the tournament conflicts with an already scheduled game/practice or not.  A travel permit is required to enter any tournament, including one hosted by PDMHA.  To enter a tournament outside the OMHA, there is a $20 fee for the travel permit.

Teams can request a tournament advance cheque from PDMHA in order to register for the tournament; the team is then required to repay the amount to PDMHA no later than 3 days after the completion of the tournament.

OMHA Tournament Listing

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