All Level One coaches must attend a workshop every 3 years as part of their continued professional education (or have progressed to a Level Two).
Level 1 who has not been registered for 3 seasons or more must re-take, and pass, the written exam and then attend a workshop by the end of August of following year, unless they obtained their Level 1 prior to 1999, then they must re-take course and pass written exam and then attend workshop every three years, or progress to Level 2.
Level 1 who has not attended workshop can re-take, and pass, Level 1 exam - but once only and has to attend workshop before end of August of following year. If they fail again to attend workshop they must re-sit Level 1 course and pass written exam. Dispensations will only be granted in exceptional circumstances and will be until end of following August only.
Courses which will count as a workshop are: attending, but not completing, Level Two, certain NCF workshops, IIHF seminars, seminars run by the national association of a top 6 nation. With the exception of the Level Two course, all cases will be taken on merit and evidence of attendance will be required. Manager, off-ice and referee courses do not count
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