To be considered for any coaching position (Head Coach, Assistant Coach, RYHL Coach, or IP Coach) all documents must be completed and TeamSnap Registration must be completed.
Steps to register as a RRHC coach for 2021-2022 season (September 1, 2021 thru August 30, 2022):
USA Hockey Requirements
Complete USA Hockey training before registering through TeamSnap.
Complete USA Hockey Requirements (Must be completed before participating in any team activities)
- Register as a member of USA Hockey. Click here for more information.
- Complete the background screening. (Required every 2 years) Click Here
- Complete the USA Hockey Safe Sport Training. (Required every year and cannot be added to a roster until completed). There are 3 modules to this training. Click here for more information.
- Complete the online age-specific module(s) for the age level of play you are coaching. (Cost is $10 per module and only needs to be completed once per age level. Must be completed PRIOR to participating in any team activities and cannot be added to a roster until completed) Click here to register for the modules.
- Coaching Education Program Certification Clinic Requirements (Must be completed by Dec. 31)
- Find, register and virtually attend the required certification clinic. You can only attend one clinic per season and all coaches start at Level 1. (The coaching clinic season for Levels 1-4 officially runs from September 1 to December 31). Click here to locate a clinic.
RRHC Club Requirements
- Read and understand all RRHC SafeSport Policies – RRHCCR Safesport Handbook 6-15-20
- Read and understand all RRHC Standard Operating Policies – UPDATE COMING SOON!
- Read and understand USA Hockey SafeSport Handbook – 2020_SafeSportProgramHandbook_-_Final_
- Read and understand Coach Code of Conduct – RRHCCR Coaches Code of Conduct
- Register below with TeamSnap
Player and Practice Development
- “Above the Line” – Urban Meyer
- “Winners Manual” – Jim Tressel
- “Crunch Time” – Rick Peterson & Judd Hoekstra
- “Leading” – Alex Ferguson
- “Grit” – Angela Duckworth
- “Culture Code” – Daniel Coyle
- “The Score Takes Care of Itself” – Bill Walsh
- “Players First Coaching From the Inside Out” – John Calipari
- “The Playmaker’s Advantage” – Leonard Zaichkowsky
- “Outliers” – Malcolm Gladwell
- “Good to Great” – Jim Collins
- “The Obstacle is the Way” – Ryan Holiday
- “Ego is the Enemy” – Ryan Holiday
- “Stillness is the Key” – Ryan Holiday
- Glass & Out – The Coaches Site
- The GM Shuffle (American Football) – Michael Lombardi
- The Full 60 – Craig Custance
- The Learner Lab
- The Talent Equitation
- Ways of Champions – John O’Sullivan
- Farrow, D., & Robertson, S. (2017). Development of a Skill Acquisition Periodisation Framework for High-Performance Sport. Sports Medicine, 47(6), 1043–1054. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40279-016-0646-2
- Ford, P. R., Ward, P., Hodges, N. J., & Williams, A. M. (2009). The role of deliberate practice and play in career progression in sport: The early engagement hypothesis. High Ability Studies, 20(1), 65–75. https://doi.org/10.1080/13598130902860721
- Nash, C. S., Sproule, J., & Horton, P. (2011). Excellence in Coaching: The Art and Skill of Elite Practitioners. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 82(2), 229–238. https://doi.org/10.1080/02701367.2011.10599750
- Naylor, A. H. (2006). The coach’s dilemma: Balancing playing to win and player development. The Journal of Education, 187(1), 31–48.
- Côté, J., Young, B., North, J., & Duffy, P. (2007). Towards a definition of excellence in sport coaching. International Journal of Coaching Science, 1(1), 3–17.
- Mallett, C., & Côté, J. (2006). Beyond winning and losing: Guidelines for evaluating high performance coaches. The Sport Psychologist, 20(2), 213–221.
- The Coaches Site
- The Athletic