Coaching hockey is a rewarding experience. The most common reasons for starting to coach is a love of the sport and the desire to share this with others. Coaches feel proud to help others and make a positive contribution to their community.

As a coach, you could work with players at all levels of skill, knowledge and experience, from beginners to senior international level. You can make a real difference to the game and to the players you work with.

You don’t need to be a skilled player to be a great coach. An enthusiasm for working with people and a passion for the game are much more important!

Good coaches are vital to the success and development of hockey in Scotland. That’s why Scottish Hockey have developed a high quality coaching infrastructure to identify, develop and train our coaches in conjunction with GB Hockey.

Want to get involved in coaching?

For potential and trainee coaches we provide training and development through coaching qualifications, workshops and other development opportunities.

Find more information about the whole GB Coaching Offer and full details of current coaching courses available click here for beginners, intermediate level and advanced or register for HockeyHub to book online.

Share knowledge and learn new coaching methods

For existing and qualified coaches, we provide regular workshops, roadshows and communities of practice. These sessions let you meet your colleagues to discuss and share ideas and provide vital information.

Check for more information on workshops, roadshows or get in touch.