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COACHES CAN EARN PD POINTS IN OHF VIRTUAL SERIES
Submitted By Josh Hamilton on Friday, October 2, 2020
THE OHF IS OFFERING FIVE VIRTUAL PD CLINICS TO COACHES

The Ontario Hockey Federation will be offering five virtual professional development (PD) clinics to coaches over the next month.  

The Virtual Professional Development Series is available to all OHF coaches for the purpose of development. You will be provided with resources and professional development points for participating. Each session will take place via Zoom, will have a moderator and will include a 30-minute question and answer period.

As these clinics are optional, participants can enroll for individual sessions or can complete the series, depending on their interest. Sessions will be offered at a cost of $25.00 each.

For more information on the clinics, please see below.

SESSION 1 | HOCKEY CANADA – HOCKEY CANADA NETWORK APP TRAINING

Date: September 30 at 6:30 pm-7:30 pm
PD Points: 1
Presenter: Corey McNabb – Director Hockey Development Programs – Hockey Canada
Click here to Register

As part of the Hockey Canada, OHF and Member Partner commitment to Coach Education we are offering a webinar based tutorial on the use and functionality of the Hockey Canada Network App. This 1 hour tutorial is being offered to coincide with you receiving of a 1 year subscription code giving you full access to all that the Hockey Canada Network has to offer. The code will be sent following your enrolment in the session.

The Hockey Canada Network gives coaches and players the tools to succeed with on-demand access to thousands of drills, skills, videos, practice plans and more. Download the app for your iPhone, iPad or Android device today.

SESSION 2 | INSTRUCTIONAL STREAM - SKATING 1 / 2 HYBRID

Date: October 7 at 6:00 – 7:30pm
PD Points: 10
Presenter: Corey McNabb – Director Hockey Development Programs – Hockey Canada
Click here to Register

The Skating Level 1 / 2 Clinic is part of the Instructional Coaching Stream of the National Coach Certification Program (NCCP). The Skating Instructional Stream clinic provides coaches the tools and skills required to teach skating in a progressive manner, from skills to tactics, to players of all ages. Coaches will gain insight into the need to consider skill development plans and how to use effective drills and teaching techniques for skill improvement.

Topics include:

  • Warm Ups             
  • ABC’s / Edge Control 
  • Forward Skating 
  • Backward Skating 
  • Turning 
  • Crossovers 
  • Transition 
  • Quickness

This clinic will be modified to include a combination of Level 1 and Level 2. Each modified clinic will be approximately 1.5 hours and will include a short post task to be completed upon the conclusion of the clinic webinar. 

Each attendee will be given credit for both a Skating 1 and Skating 2 clinic, which includes 10 PD points.

SESSION 3 | INSTRUCTIONAL STREAM – SKILLS 1 / 2 HYBRID

Date: October 14 at 6:00 – 7:30pm
PD Points: 10
Presenter: Corey McNabb – Director Hockey Development Programs – Hockey Canada
Click here to Register

The Skills Level 1 / 2 Clinic is part of the Instructional Coaching Stream of the National Coach Certification Program (NCCP). The program is designed for coaches that are teaching hockey skills to players of all ages in a progressive manner. Throughout the session, coaches will review the following topics:

  • Technique                        
  • Practice
  • Improvisation
  • Practicing with Purpose and Speed
  • Small Area Skills
  • Skills Lanes
  • Passing and Receiving
  • Agility
  • Puck Protection
  • Creativity
  • Skills Stations

This clinic will be modified to include a combination of Level 1 and Level 2. Each modified clinic will be approximately 1.5 hours and will include a short post task to be completed upon the conclusion of the clinic webinar. 

Each attendee will be given credit for both a Skills 1 and Skills 2 clinic, which includes 10 PD points.


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SESSION 4 | PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT – SHOOTING AND SCORING 1

Date: October 21 at 6:00 – 7:30pm
PD Points: 5
Presenter: Dean Seymour – Hockey Canada Certified Skills Coach / U17 Skills Coach / Skills Coach with Regina Pats - WHL
Click here to Register

The Shooting & Scoring Instructional Stream clinic is designed to teach coaches how to teach shooting and scoring skills to their players. This clinic will look at all types of shots and shooting scenarios for all positions - forwards and defencemen. In addition the clinic covers the various scoring situations that players need to understand and identify within the game. 

Throughout the session, coaches will review the following topics:

  • Where Goals Are Scored From?
  • Stationary Shots
  • Shots in Motion
  • One Timers
  • Quick Release
  • Changing Puck Angles / Fakes
  • Shot Off A Pass
  • Forehand to Backhand / Backhand to Forehand
  • Shooting for Sticks
  • 10 Ways in Which Goals Are Scored

Each attendee will be given credit for Shooting and Scoring Level 1 with a total of 5 PD points.

SESSION 5 | INSTRUCTIONAL STREAM – DEVELOPING DEFENCEMEN – LEVEL 1

Date: October 28 at 6:00 – 7:30pm
PD Points: 5
Presenter: Bob Caldwell – Hockey Canada Certified Skills Coach / U17 Skills Coach / Master Mentor Hockey Manitoba
Click here to Register

The Developing Defencemen Clinic is part of the Instructional Coaching Stream of the National Coach Certification Program (NCCP)

The clinic is designed to teach coaches how to identify the specific skills that are needed to develop defencemen.  The ability to contribute offensively and defensively is the foundation for all defensemen. A defenseman’s overall ability is directly related to their performance in skating, puck control, shooting, and checking. This fundamental connection between a defenseman's overall ability and their individual skills means coaches need to create development plans for their defensemen and dedicate adequate time to the instruction of defense specific skills in practices.

Throughout the session, coaches will review the following topics:

  • Skating Concepts
  • Breakouts
  • Regroup
  • Neutral / Offensive / Defensive Zone Play
  • Transitions
  • Shooting

Each attendee will be given credit for Developing Defencemen Level 1, which includes 5 PD points. 

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