The Halifax Hurricanes Ringette Association (HHRA) is seeking coaches to support its recreational and competitive teams during the 2023/24 ringette season! We are looking for coaches for all age groups from U7 to U19 at all levels including competitive coaches; both head coaches and assistant coaches wanted! Please note that these are volunteer positions.
The deadline to apply is August 15, 2023 by emailing our Director of Coaching, Darryl Cameron, at email@example.com! All that’s required by this date is your name, desired role (head coach or assistant coach), and the level (competitive or recreational + preferred age group) you would like to coach.
Coaching youth sports has many benefits, including:
Coaches involved with our HHRA teams can look forward to a positive atmosphere in the locker room and healthy competition on the ice!
What is the time commitment to be a ringette coach?
Whether coaching recreational or competitive teams, most coaches will host one or two 1-hour practices per week and attend one game (either home or away); of note, U9 teams do not play games. Most teams (U10 and above) will also attend between two and four ringette tournaments hosted within the Halifax region or in other communities across the Maritimes each season. Additional time is often taken to plan for practices, however all coaches have the support of team managers who take on many of the administrative tasks including regular correspondence with their players’ parents/guardians.
What experience/qualifications do I need to be a ringette coach?
What courses and training are needed to be a ringette coach?
I’m interested in this opportunity! How do I sign up?
If you or someone you know is interested in becoming a ringette coach with our association or for more information, please contact our Director of Coaching at firstname.lastname@example.org. As noted above, the deadline to apply is August 15, 2023. We look forward to welcoming new coaches into our team soon!
About our Association
The Halifax Hurricanes Ringette Association (HHRA) is a volunteer-run association that represents and coordinates recreational and competitive ringette teams from U7/U9 to U19 and Masters levels in the Halifax Regional Municipality’s southwest region. The HHRA is one of four associations in Nova Scotia’s Central Region Ringette League. For more information, visit our website: www.hhringette.ca