Head and Assistant Evaluators Required for Try-Outs

General Information

Head Evaluator qualifications

Preference will be given to a head evaluator who has/is:

  • strong interpersonal, communication and instructional skills
  • considerable years of playing experience (Jr. Level or higher) or coaching experience as a head coach at a variety of levels in minor hockey
  • current with coaching qualifications and current on the latest hockey techniques and skills
  • able to organize prescribed drills for players and evaluators on the ice
  • able to organize and supervise evaluators who are rating players during the try-outs
  • is available a high degree of the time from the beginning of September to mid-October when try outs take place
  • able to take charge of scheduling evaluators as well as on ice personnel

Assistant Evaluator qualifications

Assistant Evaluators should:

  • have good interpersonal, communication and instructional skills
  • have some experience coaching at the minor hockey levels or playing at a high level (Jr or higher).
  • be current on the latest hockey techniques and skills and be able to demonstrate skills and drills on the ice.
  • be able to organize prescribed drills for players on the ice.
  • be able to accurately rate players during the try-outs based on a training session run by the head evaluator.
  • be available a high degree of  time from the beginning of September to Mid October.  If you are evaluating  peewee try-outs you must be able to make all peewee try-out dates and times.