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Accepting Representative Coach Applications
Submitted By Stacey Dineen on Friday, January 11, 2019
We are currently accepting applications for head coach for all our representative levels.  If you are interested in applying for a Rep Level head coaching position for the 2019-2020 season, please submit an online application by January 23, 2019. 

Online applications can be found by clicking the above link, or on the WGHA website under Coaches and Staff tab - 2019-2020 Coaching Application.




Please note all rep team player selections will be done this spring with the exception of Novice and Senior B.  Sr B tryouts will be in the fall and we are still waiting on OWHA to finalize the Novice Rep program for next season.  Once that is finalized, we will open up applications for Novice.

We are selecting coaches for the following levels:
  • Atom B
  • Peewee AA/A
  • Peewee B
  • Bantam A
  • Bantam B
  • Midget BB
  • Midget B
  • Senior B
Rep Level Head Coach Qualifications:
  1. Online 2019-2020 Coaches Application completed
  2. NCCP Development 1 (D1) or Valid Police Check
  3. Speak Out! / Respect in Sport Certificate
  4. Two years experience as a member of a hockey coaching staff (rostered as either head coach or assistant coach).
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