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Looking for a new challenge within rink hockey?

Coaches can influence a participant’s enjoyment of the game more than anyone else. They teach the skills, foster passion and lead like-minded lovers of rink hockey. Whether taking on a local team or starting-off a career, you can help shape the next generation.

1. Find a Club

The first step is to find a club that you want to coach at and see what openings they have available. Generally, most people become a coach after being involved with a club in some way (parent, player, volunteer, etc.) but if not, use this website to find a club near you.

2. Register with the association

To complete your registration as a new referee, you must be registered with the association. There is no fee if you are not a player.

Click here to register as an Officer/Official (FREE)

3. Register to a Coaching Course

The fastest way to up skill as a coach is to attend one of the associations online coaching courses.

Please follow these simple steps to register for a coaching course:

Click here to create an account (you will need your association registration number). Coming Soon

4. Purchase your Coach essentials

As a new coach you'll need:

  • Tactics Board
  • Training Plan Sheets
  • Whistle
Click here to the Shop


Accreditation Levels


  • New coaches must successfully complete the online Coaching General Principles and Level 1 courses to qualify for this level.

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  • Coaches must successfully complete the online Level 2 Coaching course to qualify for this level.
  • An additional 20hrs of practical coaching, reported to the National Coaching Director via online form within 72 hours of each session is required for confirmation of the Level.

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  • Coaches must successfully complete the online Level 3 Coaching course to qualify for this level.
  • An additional 100 hrs of practical coaching, reported to the National Coaching Director via online form within 72 hours of each session is required for confirmation of the Level.

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  • Coaches must successfully complete the online Level 4 Coaching course to qualify for this level.
  • Pass a practical coaching assessment, conducted by the National Coaching Director for confirmation of the Level.

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    • Coaches must successfully complete the online Level 5 Coaching course to qualify for this level.
    • Pass a practical coaching assessment, conducted by the National Coaching Director for confirmation of the Level.
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