The NHL is working to bring back a mandatory CCCIA course to its players in 2019-2020, but that will likely be one year after the next CCCI exam, which is scheduled to be held this fall.
The CCCIAS is an internationally recognized exam, as is the CCIA, and both are designed to measure the skills needed for successful entry-level hockey careers.
The two exams are also the two exams that are taught in the NHL’s professional development programs.
However, unlike the CCIE, the CCCCIE is taught by professionals, so the players will be able to use it to help prepare for the next exam.
In an effort to make sure the next generation of hockey players have the best opportunity to succeed in the world’s most competitive sport, the NHL will introduce a mandatory course to help them get into the game.
The new CCCII, scheduled to begin in 2019, will take about one month to complete.
In the meantime, the league has started an online survey to help gauge interest in the course, according to NHL executive vice president and chief information officer Matt Murray.
“We’ve seen some really positive responses to the new CCCCII course,” Murray said.
“We’ve already had some interest from some NHL players and we’ll continue to see a really positive response from them.”
Murray noted that the course has a different focus than the one that was introduced in 2017, when the league decided to stop offering the CCEI and CCCCI exams.
This year, Murray said that the league will continue to offer the CICII, the exam that takes about three months to complete and is taught primarily by the same professionals.
“In the first year, we really focused on developing the NHL in the next decade and in the future we’ll probably focus more on developing our business model,” Murray added.
“So we’ll do it the same way we did in the first five years.”
The CCCIS has been designed to prepare players for the CACI, which will be taught in 2019.
The first two exams, the CCCCI and the CCCI, were designed to help NHL teams identify their most promising prospects and get them through the NHL draft.
But the CCDI is designed for players who haven’t yet taken their next exam and will help develop those prospects.
The next CCDII, however, will be a “one-year pilot program” with the goal of “developing the NHL through the eyes of the next-generation hockey player.”