First Time HL Coaches and Trainers Subsidy, News (Newmarket Minor Hockey)

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First Time HL Coaches and Trainers Subsidy
Submitted By Matthew Longland on Monday, July 30, 2018
At the last executive meeting, it was decided that not only would we be extending the subsidisation of a new coach's registration to either Coach 1 and Coach 2 courses another year, but we will also now subsidise a new trainer's registration to the HTCP 1 course.  This is effective as of July 9th.




This applies at all age groups (if your first time coaching or training is in bantam or Midget, this still applies) and is applicable to all first time coach/trainer courses taken after July 9th (when the motion was approved by the Executive).  

This should reduce the financial burden of volunteering with the league and help get trainers back into all divisions (which we are sorely lacking at the older age groups).

It must be your first course (doesn't apply if you have Coach 1 and want Coach 2), or if you have been certified in the past and let it lapse.  Also doesn't apply if you have a coaching certification and are looking to get the training certification or vice versa.
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