2019/2020 North London Nationals Coaching Survey


The North London Hockey Association NLHA) is looking for your feedback on the 2019/20 season. We are hopeful that you will take a few moments to fill out this short survey.

This is completely confidential and we value you your feedback. We ask that only one member per household completes. 

The survey information will be collected, summarized and reviewed by the committee and members of the NLHA and will be used to help in our coach evaluations and our continual improvement of our programs. 

This survey will close at 11:59pm on Sunday May 3rd, 2020.

Any questions or concerns about this survey can be directed to the following:

MD
Sean Jeffries
seanjeffries@rogers.com

House League
Chris Robertson
clrobertson43@gmail.com

Thank you for your participation.

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* 1. What age group does your child play on?

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* 2. Did your child play MD or House League this past season

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* 3. If your child played House League what was their Team # or Head coaches name?

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* 4. The coaching staff ran well organized practices.

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* 5. Practices involved appropriate drills for the age and skill level.

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* 6. Practices combined repetition, variety and game specific learning.

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* 7. Your child's hockey skills improved.

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* 8. The coaching staff came prepared for:

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Practices
Games

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* 9. Players received a fair amount of ice time over the course of the season.

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* 10. The coaching staff demonstrated the following competencies:

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Leadership - ability to influence change in a positive manner in players and parents, by using a values-based/ethical framework.
Valuing - ability to coach in a way that is consistent with minor hockey principles of ethical practice (e.g., values, philosophy, code of
ethics). 
Problem Solving - ability to bring about a positive outcome to a specific coaching challenge. Problem-solving is a four-step process
whereby the coach must (1) analyse the conditions that exist in a given coaching situation; (2) identify appropriate coaching responses or courses of action; (3) choose an effective response; and (4) turn decisions into action.
Critical Thinking - ability to reflect upon and/or monitor the outcomes of situations, experiences, decisions, and/or actions in which
one or others are involved, and to assess their relevance and importance as a basis for future action.
Interacting - ability to mediate effectively with players, parents and officials in order to facilitate the achievement of a specific
outcome. Interaction is a dynamic interpersonal process performed with a clear purpose whereby the coach establishes a rapport with others in order to effectively communicate, teach, lead, intervene, and/or manage.

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* 11. The coaching staff communicated effectively with parents.

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* 12. The coaching staff treated all players fairly and with respect.

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* 13. My child had fun and enjoyed this season.

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* 14. The Dressing Room policy was followed.

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* 15. Budgets were sent out monthly.

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* 16. Would you recommend this Head Coach for next year?

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* 17. Would you recommend these Assistant Coaches and bench staff for next year?

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* 18. Do you have any comments, questions or concerns you would like to share
with us?

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* 19. Would you like to speak with a committee member about your experiences
this year?

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* 20. If you answered YES to the above please provide your email address.

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