Jr. Coach Application Form


Junior Coaches

The Ringette Alberta Junior Coach Program is available to young players who wish to be involved in coaching a team and starting their leadership experience. The purpose of the Junior Coach role is to provide valuable mentoring and exposure to quality coaching for young athletes. Once the coach has turned 18, they are expected to complete the full Community Sport or Competition Introduction Stream. There is nothing preventing someone from taking the full CSI or CI courses once they turn 14, though they would not be considered the “female coach” until they turn 18. The purpose of the Junior Coach is to allow ringette players a chance to experience coaching without the burden of coaching courses. Junior Coaches are always under the supervision of a qualified head/assistant coach.

To qualify to be a junior coach, you must meet the following criteria:

  • Be a minimum of 14 years of age -  a coach may join a team mid-season (until December 15th) as a Junior Coach once they turn 14.
  • A maximum of 17 years of age by September 1st of the current Ringette season
  • A current ringette player (or taking one year off due to injury, etc.)
  • Complete the Coach Initiation in Sport eModule in the NCCP Locker
  • On a team in any division younger than the Junior Coach
  • Registered on the team roster in the Junior Coach role

 Jr. Coaches MUST wear full equipment at ALL times when on ice.

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