Fall 2018 Coaching Clinic Schedule

These are now open! Go to the Coaches Clinic Page to see the schedule. In order to register, you will need to create or log into your account at www.coachingringette.ca. For more details on registering, requirements, and checking your status, visit our Where To Start page, as well as other options under the “coach” tab.

Quick video explanations: Community Sport InitiationCompetition Introduction

Note: do NOT do the Making Ethical Decisions Online Evaluation until AFTER you’ve done the in person class. 

Where dates are listed as TBA, the local associations are still working with Ringette Alberta to find locations, but there are plans to have clinics in those areas.

*Coaches in remote areas can contact Bronwen to find out about the possibility of alternate arrangements (no promises).


Ringette Alberta scholarships are given out each year to ringette players who  have demonstrated both strong academic performance and a commitment to the sport of ringette through active participation and involvement. These scholarships are designed to encourage athletes to maintain their involvement in ringette while pursuing post-secondary studies.  Up to four scholarships of $1500 each will be awarded each year.

Congratulations to our 2018 Scholarship recipients!

For additional information about our scholarship program, log on to https://ringettealberta.com/awardsandscholarships/

Summer Coaching Clinic

Community Sport Initiation (CSI) – Edmonton Saturday, August 25, 2018 @ Clareview Arena 8am – 5pm*     

Are you thinking about coaching next season at the U10, U12B or U12C levels? Edmonton Ringette is hosting a CSI clinic on August 25th to help coaches complete their requirements before the season kicks in. In order to take this CSI course, you will first have to complete the Coach Initiation eModule. (details on our Where to Start page)

We are sometimes asked about summer clinics and have come up against two common roadblocks: people are on holidays, and coaches haven’t been selected. While holiday conflicts are unavoidable, there are often enough U10 and U12 teams that associations can find spots for coaches who are interested. If you are unsure, please check with your local association.

Next steps: register for a clinic! Go to our Where to Start page and follow the instructions.

*Note 1: we need a minimum of 15 participants to make this clinic go ahead. If you register and it’s cancelled, we can transfer your payment to another clinic once they are open and you register. Refunds are also possible.

*Note 2: the full list of fall clinics will be posted in late August. There will be plenty of opportunities to complete the training if this one won’t work.

AA Opportunities Across Alberta


→ Interested in playing in the Alberta Winter Games in 2020;
→ Thinking about Team Alberta at the Canada Games in 2023;
→ Hoping to play in the NRL;
→ Dreaming of wearing the maple leaf for Team Canada;
→ Or, do you just want to be the best player you can be?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you should consider playing for one of the AA Clubs in Alberta.
There are still plenty of opportunities available!

Athletes may try out with any club regardless of where they live. Zone 2 (surrounding areas of Calgary) and Zone 4 (Central Alberta) are looking for more players!

Click here for a list of associations, their contact information, and details about their website and tryout dates.