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E-Learning Components for Certification Courses Announced
Thursday, June 20, 2013
 
BC Hockey announced at the 2013 Annual General Meeting (AGM) that the Hockey Canada E-Learning system for the Hockey Canada Safety Program, Hockey Canada Officiating Program and the National Coach Certification Program will be implemented for the 2013-2014 season.
 
The Hockey Canada e-learning initiative, dubbed Hockey University was three (3) years in the making from the initial concept to the final product in three (3) Hockey Canada courses.  The move to e-learning is designed to assist the delivery of certification programs by providing:
  • Increased convenience to BC Hockey volunteers by reducing course time as well as the opportunity to take the e-learning components on their own schedule with reduced travel to and from courses
  • Standardization of materials assuring delivery in the same fashion to all delegates
  • Ease of updating materials and adding components based on changes happening in the hockey world
  • Increased ability for delegates to review material when they need it.
  • Ease of tracking ones progress in the programs with the immediate updating of records
 
Although not all program components will be affected by the move to e-learning, the following will see a drastic delivery change:
 
Hockey Canada Safety Program
  • Entire program is available via e-learning
  • Contains 18 modules in the course varying in length from one (1) to 18 minutes
  • Total time estimated to complete the course is four (4) hours
  • Delegate records are updated immediately on the Hockey Canada registry upon completion
  • All course resources are available on-line
 
Hockey Canada Officiating Program (Level 1’s and those new to officiating)
  • “Blended” course design.  Delegates must complete the e-learning course prior to attending the face to face clinic
  • Total time estimated to complete the e-learning portion is three (3) hours
  • Once delegates complete the e-learning portion, they receive access to register for a face to face clinic
  • Total time estimated to complete the face to face portion is three (3) and a half hours
  • A locally arranged ice session is mandatory for new officials
 
Hybrid NCCP Coach Certification (for coaches of non-carded / recreational teams)
  • “Blended” course design.  Delegates must complete the e-learning course prior to registering for the face to face clinic
  • Total time estimated to complete the e-learning portion is four (4) and a half hours
  • Once delegates complete the e-learning portion, they receive access to register for a face to face clinic
  • Total time estimated to complete the face to face clinic is nine (9) hours, which includes the BC Hockey Checking course and ice time
  • Completion gives coaches a Trained (Qualified) status which meets BC Hockey regulations for Hockey Canada non-carded teams
  • Hybrid certification requires completion of a post task by March 31 of the given season.
 
It is expected that the e-learning courses will be available in early July, 2013.  Course registration will be posted on the applicable program page of the BC Hockey website.  In the coming years, other course components will also be addressed by e-learning.
 
For more information about BC Hockey, please visit the BC Hockey website at www.bchockey.net or email info@bchockey.net.

 
      

Comments
online clinic
When we open the online clinic attachment, it only gives it to us in French. Any ideas???
Posted By: Jeff Webb 8/3/2013 6:06:44 PM


Two officials on one email
Tried to register my son for his first clinic. The system will only recognize me and won't engage to allow for forms and access to E-clinic. Thoughts?
Posted By: Gordon 9/5/2013 10:12:20 PM


Email
Hi Gordon - each son will need to have his own unique email address not already being used by anyone on the HCR. Please call the office to make sure your sons are set up correctly
Posted By: BC Hockey 9/6/2013 1:06:25 PM


online clinic
disappointed in the payment options that are on the site to pay for courses. I don't want to use my credit card are you kidding me what can I do.
Posted By: Mike 9/21/2013 9:35:17 PM


Online Clinic- Level 2
I am a returing official, and I am going into level two this year. Do I also have to do the online modules? I've done them twice alrweady and I'm finding the website difficult to navigate to find out.
Posted By: Faren Gosselin 10/3/2013 11:06:32 AM


Online Clinic - Level 2
Hi Faren - You will not be required to do the online module and can sign up for any level 2 clinic in the province listed for “returning officials.” Being from Lumby, the best option for you is a clinic this Saturday (Oct. 5th) https://ehockey.hockeycanada.ca/ehockey/ClinicDetail.aspx?cid=83999 Hope that helps!
Posted By: BC Hockey 10/4/2013 8:52:44 AM


coaching sign up
I'm trying to sign up for a hybrid coaching clinic and a message pops up on the top of the screen saying I need "Hockey U"??? What? It is not a user friendly site. All I want to do is start my e-learning modules before the clinic.
Posted By: Kevin 10/10/2013 9:49:34 PM


Coaching Sign-Up
Hi Kevin - are you using this link: https://ehockey.hockeycanada.ca/ehockey/Account/login.aspx ? Try that and if you are still having problems please email info@bchockey.net. Thanks!
Posted By: BC Hockey 10/11/2013 9:47:24 AM


Coaching Hybrid Clinic
I emailed late yesterday but am on a tight deadline, in order to reigster for the coaching clinic in Williams Lake for BC. I am wanting to be an assistant coach only. I logged on to my account and found the HU - Comm Coach Stream. I picked Midget Division as that is the level I want to assistant coach at. Cost with tax is 170.10. Is this the e- course I have to register for in order to be able to register for the coaching clinic in Williams Lake that runs next week Starting Oct. 22. I don't want my 170. bucks to go to waste. Find this site so user unfriendly!
Posted By: Nico 10/18/2013 9:58:21 AM


Hybrid Clinic
Good morning Nico - Hope you got your clinic registration sorted out. If you need anything, please email clinics@bchockey.net or call the office 250.652.2978
Posted By: BC Hockey 10/21/2013 8:40:44 AM


Officiating again this summer
Hello BC Hockey, i took the BC Hockey officiating course in spring of 2011 in Vancouver and have not reffed a PCAHA game since then but i have reffed for tryouts of spring teams and gotten paid. The PCAHA games i officiated were all hockey 4. I would like to resume reffing 3 on 3 summer hockey league. How do I sign up and resume being a ref for PCAHA again?
Posted By: Nick 4/30/2014 8:35:53 PM


Officiating Again
Hi Nick - To be eligible for to officiate with the PCAHA, you will need to recertify for 2014-2015. Clinics will open late August to early September. If you are under 18, the Summer Officiating Schools are the earliest clinics offered. Hope this helps! Any questions, you can always email officiating@bchockey.net
Posted By: BC Hockey 5/1/2014 3:33:48 PM


Continued...
Okay thanks this helped. I am 15 so once I complete the course I will get my certification number? And I was hoping to ref this summer for summer leagues, so would there be any courses to take in May or June? Thank you for your help much appreciated!!
Posted By: Nick 5/1/2014 7:37:07 PM


Continued....
Hi Nick - Once the course is completed, you will receive your certification number. As for officiating this summer, you MUST be certified for ANY BC Hockey sanctioned league and/or tournament. Unfortunately, there are no clinics soon. Please email info@bchockey.net to find out if the league is a sanctioned league with BC Hockey and if you have any further questions. Hope this helps :)
Posted By: BC Hockey 5/2/2014 10:15:20 AM


HCSP Clinic online
Hello, I want to do my HASP clinic but when enter I will sign in , after shows my son name in account and also his hockey ID . Click on View and shows message:The selected participant cannot signup for this clinic. This participant is too young for this clinic. Please help me out. Harpreet
Posted By: Harpreet Maroke 10/16/2014 11:46:02 AM


HCSP
Hi Harpreet - You will need to create your own profile. You cannot use your sons to complete the course. Please email clinics@bchockey.net if you require further assistance.
Posted By: BC Hockey 10/17/2014 9:10:44 AM



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