Steps for Coach Training:
House League Coaches
The Thompson Minor Hockey Association is currently seeking motivated individuals for House League Coaching for the upcoming 2019-2020 Season.
The TMHA strives to implement a program of excellence that focuses on skill development, technical skill, hockey knowledge and good sportsmanship.
For more information, please contact the Division Director.
TMHA Vice President-Technical
Phone: (204) 679-3145 / (204) 778-5882
The TMHA is accepting applications for the following Representative Coach Positions for the 2019/2020 Season.
CLOSING DATE: 9 September 2019
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The Code of Conduct identifies the standard of behavior which is expected of all TMHA members & participants, which for the purpose of this policy shall include all players, guardians, parents, coaches, managers, officials & Board of Directors involved in Association activities and events.
TMHA is committed to providing an environment in which all individuals are treated with respect.
Click on link below to view the TMHA Code of Conduct.
Who Requires a
Police Records Check?
Documents can be obtained on the TMHA Website under the "Coaching Resources Tab".
** No individuals will be permitted on ice pending PRC being submitted to the TMHA **
Please provide your completed PRC to Vice-President Administration - Jaime Carey or on the "Consent for the Release of Police Information"; under "Requesting Organization" complete this section with TMHA, Box 506, Thompson MB R8N 1N2; including your signature & date. This will allow for TMHA to pick up your PRC directly from the RCMP.
If you require further information, please contact @ 204-307-3245 or email@example.com
As part of the new TMHA Policy on accepting applications for the consideration of coaching House League or Rep Teams, all volunteers MUST obtain a Criminal Records Check.
There is NO FEE for the Police Record Check so long as the
TMHA Volunteer Letter is submitted with your documents.
1.5 Obtaining Police Record Check
a) Applicant to go in person to the local Police Department with a Request for Criminal Reference Check form from TMHA (form see Police Check forms - right) and a
b) A Volunteer letter (see Police Check Forms - right)
The RCMP will give you another form to complete & will conduct the check as you wait.
c) Once you have obtained your PRC, you are to place the ORIGINAL copy in a SEALED envelope and label it “PRC Confidential”, along with your Name & Team & bring with you to the Coaching Interview.
Submission of the receipt from the police department for the police check does not constitute police record check clearance. TMHA must receive the actual record check to clear a potential volunteer.
Please keep a copy on file for your own records.
Please complete documents below for submission to the RCMP. You must provide to RCMP, 2 pieces of Government Identification
If your Police Records Check is going to take longer to be completed, please have the "PRC In Progress Letter" signed at the RCMP & submit to the TMHA pending your PRC being completed.