Coach Application forms can be found in the "Forms" section of this site, located here. Forms should be received at the latest 2 weeks before evaluations start. The forms should be submitted to the Director of Athletic Development and/or the Coaching Coordinator. Contact information for these positions can be found here.
Ringette Canada and Ringette Alberta require coaches to be trained and in some case certified to coach ringette. The requirements vary with the age and level of the participants, but Ringette Canada has a very simple web-site to help coaches determine what qualifications and certification they require for the division they'd like to coach.
Click Here For Ringette Canada's Certification Requirement Page
Ringette ABC offers a mechanism and guidelines for skill development recognition. This program will evolve and offer additional initiatives in future seasons. A progress evaluation structure called Ringette ABC Days has been developed along with a skills progression checklist and recognition items - bandannas. Lots of resources including practice plans for all divisions available at Ringette Canada
Click Here For Ringette Canada ABC
"Anyone who has a concussion of any degree should report it to the doctor, the team or the coach. Too many people laugh about concussions, but they are very serious things." Steve Young, former Quarterback of the San Francisco 49ers
Sport Medicine Council of Alberta Concussion Information
Tired of filling out game sheets? Download this Microsoft Word or RTF document and print your player's names and numbers on labels preformatted for Ringette Alberta "Official Game Reports". A laser printer and Avery 5159 (4" X 1.5") laser printer labels are required. Remember to print four labels for each game sheet. Use "search and replace" in Microsoft Word to change template names (Player One...) to your roster names.