Resources Ringette Canada Coaching Tools
All RPEI League coaches coaching at the House league level need to be trained at the NCCP Community Sport Initiation (CSI) level. Course dates and locations can be found on http://www.coachingringette.ca/c/
. Coaches will be required to make an account on this site to track their certifications and what they need to complete. Coaches must be 14 years of age or turning 14 in the present year to begin CSI training.
All RPEI High Performance coaches or those interested in coaching at the HP level U14 and above need to be certified in NCCP Competition- Introduction (CI or Comp Intro). Course dates and locations will be available soon! For steps on what is needed to complete these courses check out our coaches cheat sheet here. Some tasks can be completed before the in person sessions!
Ringette PEI also supports Respect in Sport training. For more information, contact the office: firstname.lastname@example.org
Forgot your NCCP level? You can check it out here
As a coach, you can update your personal information (name, address, e-mail address etc.), access your coaching records, obtain a printable official transcript (showing your name and address) and more!
Need to complete your Make Ethical Decisions online evaluation? Visit the Coach's Association of Canada
and complete the evaluation. Make sure to select the correct evaluation for your level. If you have any questions, contact RPEI.
Ringette Canada Manager's Certification Program
Police Check Form
Ringette PEI has a volunteer screening process which includes a current (within 3 years) Criminal Records Check and Vulnerable Record Check. This process is applied to all volunteers or staff in positions of trust as deemed by RPEI or any of it's member clubs, including coaches, assistant coaches, managers, and other positions when deemed necessary. Please review the policy for more information and contact your club or RPEI if you have any questions. RPEI Policy on Staff and Volunteer Screening
POLICE CHECK FORMS
Where you live in PEI will determine where you must go to obtain your Criminal Records and Vulnerable Sector Check. Take a copy of this form
with you along with a valid photo ID.
For residents of the City of Charlottetown, visit the Charlottetown Police Department at 10 Kirkwood Drive.
For residents of Queens County (excluding City of Charlottetown),visit Queens District RCMP at 153 Maypoint Rd.
For residents of Kings County, visit the RCMP Brudenell Detachment.
Ringette Canada Official Rules can be received through Ringette PEI for $10.00.
Ringette Canada Case Book can be received through Ringette PEI for $20.00.
Ringette Canada Game Sheet can be received through Ringette PEI for $1.50.
Ringette PEI does keep a small inventory but note, if any of these items above are needed in a special order, then extra shipping costs may be added.
More great coaching practice plans published from the Ringette Canada Community.
Click on the links below to view and download full season practice plans for the U9, U10, U12 and U14 stages of development:
For the U16 and U19 stages and series of drills and progressions have been developed as a tool to build your own practices based on the athletes’ specifics needs. View and download U16 and U19 Drills
These practice plans may also be accessed the Tools section of the Ringette Canada Coaching Website
. Be sure to create a free user name and password to access additional coaching resources.
Ringette Canada would like to acknowledge the following individuals for their contribution to the development of these practice plans:
Content development: Lorrie Horne, Monty Aldous, Yvon Brault, Ellorie Hanson, Bernie Cockburn, Mike Genereaux, Donny Gallant, Boyd Hawkins, Beth Vallis , Tracey Tulloch, Brian Crandell, Murray Pettem, Lori Blinn, Kelly Sims, Yogi Van Weichen, Carolyn Mountjoy, Eric Michaud, Madeleine Crandell, Paul Youldon, Jeff Allen, Tracy Peacock and Terry Nosal.
Formatting and translation: Élizabeth Audette-Bourdeau.