Recreational Team Staff Application

Apply for Recreational Team Staff if you'd like to be considered for:

  • Recreational Head Coach
  • Recreational Assistant Coach
  • Recreational HCSP
  • Recreational Team Manager

Cole's Notes to set up your Spordle Account:

  1. Register for your Spordle account here
  2. Once into Spordle, click on the mug shot in the top, right corner (don't do anything else on that page) > My Account
  3. On the left select Member,  then add member by clicking: and enter criteria for yourself and add as self
  4. You will then have 2 members, the account holder and the linked member, select the newly linked member and on the bottom you will see:

Record Your Information

You will need your certificate numbers and Hockey Canada ID number to apply to be a Team Staff volunteer.

Quick links if you are a returning Coach:

You may not need to complete the following steps if you have completed all your certifications found in the links above and can fill out your Record of Certifications! Step 9, applying to be a Team Staff volunteer, will still need to be completed once you have recorded all your certifications.

Step 1 - CRC

  • All volunteers require a Criminal Record Check (CRC)!
  • Your CRC expiry date is not yet showing in member's Spordle accounts, as a result when you apply to volunteer with PGMHA, it does not ask you for your CRC expiry date.

All PGMHA volunteers 17 years old, turning 18 by the end of calendar year, and older must have a valid Criminal Record Check or CRC. Log into your Spordle account to check the expiry date of your CRC with Hockey Canada if you are a returning volunteer and have an eHockey account.

New to volunteering with PGMHA:

  • Complete your Criminal Record Check online & use access code H66S89T4NL
  • Be sure to first Request a Criminal Record Check and then log back in to Share the result of a Completed Criminal Record Check

If you require the paper version to take to the RCMP detachment, please contact the office requesting one.

Record the expiration date for your online coach application in this format yyyy-mm-dd

Step 2 - RIS for Activity Leaders

Respect In Sport (RIS) for Activity Leaders is a different course than RIS for Hockey Canada Parents.

Click here to log in or create your BC Hockey RIS for Activity Leaders account

Click here for important information regarding re-certifying after your RIS For Activity Leaders

Record your RIS for Activity Leader Certificate Number

Step 3 - Hockey Canada ID

Obtain and record your Hockey ID number.

Record this 13 to 15 digit number.

Once you have completed your RIS for Activity Leaders, you can log into your Spordle account to retrieve your Hockey Canada ID here.

Step 4 - CATT

Click here to take your CATT training online.

  • All volunteers require CATT!
  • CATT does not expire.
  • Your CATT is listed in your Spordle account if you've taken it before.
  • Be sure to download the certificate which triggers the notification to BC Hockey to add it to your profile
  • Select BC Hockey as the Organization then Prince George MHA as the Sub Organization.

Click here if you've completed CATT and need to provide a copy of your certificate.

Step 5 - Keeping Girls in Sport

Keeping Girls In Sport is a Respect Group Inc. program PGMHA recommends all coaches involved in female hockey complete.

Record your KGIS Certificate Number

Step 6 - Coaching

Click here for a list of team requirements.


Step 7 - HCSP

Only required if you are volunteering to be the team's HCSP, a dedicated position.

Step 8 - Apply

Complete the TeamSnap Application online.

You are the Participant/Player! Please enter your information (not your player).

Step 9 - Submit your receipts for reimbursement

*BC Hockey Coach 2 Certification will not be reimbursed until the end of the year process is complete, including your binder being submitted to and BC Hockey emails your qualification letter which then needs to be forwarded to



  • your name
  • your division
  • attach all your receipts
  • attach your completed certificates