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Coaches and Trainers Applications
Submitted By Debbie Croft on Thursday, August 27, 2020
If you are interested in Coaching a team at Beverly this season the Coaching application is now online and will be open until September 4. Please go to our home page and click on Policies and Forms and choose from the drop down menu. If you are interested in being a Trainer for a team this year there is also a Trainers application in the drop down list, please fill them out and you will be contacted by John Moelker, our Coaching Convenor after September 9.

Due to the new policy that we are allowed a maximum of 1 Goalie and 9 Skaters per team we will have more teams than usual so we need 1 Coach and 1 Trainer per team so we can cover all of our teams, if we have more than enough then we will be able to add more bench staff to each roster as needed.

If you would like to be on a bench this year all positions, Coaches, Assistants, Trainers and Managers need to take a new online course regarding our Return to Play. 

This is a free course and takes about 15 minutes to complete, unfortunately it doesn’t give you any points towards maintenance of your Coaching Certificate. 

Below is the information about the course....

The OMHA, along with the OHF and Hockey Canada, have worked diligently on a Return to
Hockey plan based on direction from governments and public health authorities. There a
number of resources to support and inform administrators, players, parents, coaches,
trainers, officials and volunteers on how to navigate the challenges presented by COVID-19
through frequently asked questions.

For the 2020-21 hockey season, all Team Officials (Coach, Trainer, Manager)
and HCOP On-Ice Officials are required to complete the Hockey University: Planning
a Safe Return to Hockey course
. There is no charge to access the course.

The program looks at some key information to know to help to reduce the risk of COVID-19
in the hockey environment. Throughout the module detailed information will be reviewed
on specific prevention topics and encourage all to become familiar with the Public Health
 Authority guidelines and restrictions and the Hockey Canada Safety Guidelines.

All minor hockey participants are encouraged to read the
Hockey Canada Return to Play Guidelines and the OHF Return to Play Framework for
the most up-to-date and important information concerning the safety protocols for Return to
Hockey. Hockey Canada has developed an online course to ensure everyone have as
much information as possible to prepare.       
REGISTER FOR FREE COURSE

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