Level 2 Coach


To access this course you need to be over 18 years of age, actively coaching a hockey team, hold a FIH Hockey Academy Level 1 Coach 


This is a 34 hour practical course supported by an online theoretical course, Complete Coaching (in development). During the course you will develop your competencies as a coach in specific areas with the help of FIH Hockey Academy Coach Educators.

The course has 7 modules covering all the topics described in the Coaches Education Pathway, with in-depth focus on coaching theory in the following areas:

  1. Coaching theory
  2. Coaching teams
  3. Hockey athletes
  4. Technical skills for players
  5. Technical skills for goalkeepers

A competency-based assessment will be conducted for all candidates and only the ones considered competent will be awarded the Level 2 Coach Certificate.


This course is delivered by your National Association or Continental Federation in partnership with the FIH.


You will be awarded a Level 2 Coaching Certificate upon your successful completion of the course.


This course is verified by the FIH through feedback from the FIH Coach Educator, the candidates and other stakeholders.


To find out more about upcoming Level 2 Coaching courses, contact your National Association.

If you are a National Association interested in hosting a Level 2 Coaching Course, contact your Continental Federation.



  • Receive updates on the Hockey Revolution straight to your inbox!

  • You could be featured in the next Hockey Revolution newsletter! Email us at HockeyRevolution@fih.ch if you have taken a new action, created a new programme or done something different that is inline with the Hockey Revolution initiatives. Stories should be under 500 words and include a picture.

Our website uses cookies

We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If you continue without changing your settings we'll assume that you are happy to receive all cookies on the FIH website. To find out more about our data policy please click here