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BHA Coaching and Managing

 

BHA’s success with its house and travel programs lies in the dedication from our parent volunteers. 

Working together, BHA parent and professional coaching provides high-impact training and practices unlike any other hockey association in the area. It is the expectation of BHA that our parent coaches are on-ice for practices to work individually with our players or alongside professional trainers to ensure that our players are working hard, being safe and having fun.

If you are interested in becoming a coaching volunteer, team manager or want more information on how to become a parent volunteer please email BHA President Rob Runco.

 
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USA Hockey Coaching Requirements

Thank you for your interest in volunteering with the Birmingham Hockey Association! Whether you are a coaching volunteer or a team manager, there are important requirements, courses and certificates that you need to complete before you can participate or be rostered on a team. BHA takes very seriously these requirements, specifically the SafeSport program.

To participate, all rostered Head Coaches and Assistant Coaches must complete the following:

 

 

Team Management and Locker Room Monitors Requirements

BHA works to create a safe and fun environment on and off the ice. The Michigan Amateur Hockey Association (MAHA) requires adult locker room monitors at all times. If you are interested in being a coach of locker room monitor you must complete the following forms:

 

 

USA Hockey Coaching Programs

USA Hockey makes an unequaled commitment to coaching education, which means that members of USA Hockey receive unrivaled support and resources for developing young players. The Coaching Education Program requires both certification and registration to be eligible to coach.