Hockey coaches are responsible for providing training rules for every participant in a specific program, guiding athletes during practice/games/emergencies, initiating programs concerning medical attention, completing paperwork on athlete’s injuries, determining discipline, developing a positive relationship in a team, instilling in every player the respect for any equipment, and adhering to expectations. One of the major responsibilities of a hockey coach is to develop the player’s skills by particularly focusing on a person’s striding technique, stickhandling, puck control, pivoting, turning, agility, maximizing speed, shooting, moving, shot placement, one-timer quick release, and more. Another role of hockey coaches is to serve as the spokesperson of a team, coordinate the delegation of duties to the assistant coach, plan ice activities, coordinate the athlete’s selection/evaluation, develop practice plans, coach the team in practice or the actual game, or submit necessary reports.
Other duties include teaching the player to respect the rules, providing athlete support time/equal instruction, fostering an environment of effective communication with clientele, and ensuring that all regulations are followed. Some of the qualities required for the position include communication skills, leadership skills, compassion, passion, enthusiasm, logical skills, interpersonal abilities, and more. Create your Hockey Coach Resume by clicking on ''Use this Resume'' button.