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2021 High Performance 1 Coaching Seminar Applications Now Open

by Hockey Manitoba  |  February 3, 2021 2:00 pm

Hockey Manitoba is excited to announce that the application period is now open for the 2021 High Performance 1 coaching program. The seminar portion of the program will look a lot different than past years as it will be hosted completely online through Zoom.

The High Performance 1 seminar consists of presentations and group work focusing on several important topics for coaching high performance athletes as determined by Hockey Canada and the Coaching Association of Canada (CAC).  These topics include offensive team play, powerplay, penalty kill and others related to tactics and coaching philosophy. Past presenters at High Performance 1 seminars have included Barry Trotz, Andy Murray, Todd Woodcroft and others from the NHL, AHL, CHL and NCAA.

The timeline for the High Performance 1 coaching program will look like the following:

April – May: Virtual CAC Multi-Sport Modules (3 modules ~ 6 hours total) + Online Evaluations

  • Schedule: Dates TBD

June – July: Virtual Seminar (17 modules ~ 23 hours total) + Post Task Assignments

  • Schedule: Dates TBD

September – October: Instructional Stream Clinics (4 clinics ~ 6 hours total) + Post Task Assignments

  • Schedule: Dates TBD

November – February: Written Assignment

February – March or 2022-2023 Season: Field Evaluations

To complete your application please click here. The cut-off date for applications will be February 21, 2021 (11:59pm). If you have been accepted into the program you will be notified on March 12, 2021.

Please note: Only 30 applicants will be accepted into the 2021 High Performance 1 coaching program.

The registration fee will be a total of $800.00 + GST. Payments will be accepted in two separate installments.

For more information please contact Erikson Solnes, Hockey Manitoba Coordinator, Coach Development (

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