Certification Requirements 2019-2020 (Tecumseh-Shoreline Eagles)

PrintCertification Requirements 2019-2020

TSMHA COACHING REQUIREMENTS


The following credentials are required for all TSMHA coaches prior to the beginning of each season - please read the following to best prepare to have these documents and certifications ready!



1.    2018-2019 Signed Police Declaration

TSMHA requires a NEW signed police declaration each and every season to be permitted on-ice as well as coaching our teams behind the bench

Criminal_Offence_Declaration

Please complete and submit in this document, to the Tecumseh Shoreline Minor Hockey Association mailbox at the above noted address (Located on the wall of the west stairwell)



2.    Police Clearance (Vulnerable Sector Check)

In order to be allowed to assist with on-ice activities, as well as all of our certified trainers and coaches (head & assistants), you are required to submit a vulnerable sector check (otherwise known as a police clearance) that is renewed within 3 years of last activity.  Residents will need to fill out the attached forms and visit their respective townships OPP detachment for submission:

Vulnerable_Sector_Check_(Police_Clearance)_LE220E

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Tecumseh Residents

Tecumseh OPP Detachment
Address
:
963 Lesperance Rd, Windsor, ON N8N 1W9

Lakeshore Residents

Lakeshore OPP Detachment
Address:
Highway 401 @ Manning Rd, Windsor, ON N0R 1K0
Province:
Ontario
Phone: (519) 723-2491

Belle River Residents

Belle River OPP Detatchment
Address
:
775 Notre Dame St, Belle River, ON N0R 1A0
Province:
Ontario
Phone:
(519) 728-1810

 

3.    Gender Expression Identity Course (MANDATORY)

Mandatory requirement to be approved to a roster for the 2017-18 season & beyond

The Ontario Hockey Federation has rolled out the Understanding Discrimination based on Gender Identity and Gender Expression and a Guide to the Dressing Room Policy and Confidentiality Statement modules that form the Gender Identity and Expression Course for all team officials, which is a mandatory requirement to be approved to a roster for the 2017-18 season and beyond.

All team officials will require an eHockey account in the Hockey Canada Registry (HCR) in order to register for and complete the two Modules. Once completed, notification will be posted to the team officials’ member profile on the HCR.

The first step in completing the training is to ensure all team officials have an eHockey account, in order to sign up for the required clinic. Those who do not already have an eHockey account can click here to sign up.

Once your account has been established, or for those who already have an account, please click on the link below to be directed to the OHF landing page for more information on the training and to course registration (no costs). Team officials once on landing page will access the course registration via the link and then be responsible for registering for the Gender Identity and Expression Course.

Upon registering for the clinic, team officials will receive an email with instructions for completing the modules.

Questions related to the content of the modules can be directed to the OHF.

 

4.    Respect-In-Sport - Activity Leader & Parent Course

 

This course is required by all Team Officials (Coaches, Trainers & Managers) and Referees (Game Officials). 


The OMHA has partnered with Respect Group Inc. to provide the Respect in Sport - Activity Leader Program, the online equivalent to Speak Out! Certification, as an online e-learning course to our Members. 

Respect Group has created critical abuse prevention education with the Respect in Sport- Activity Leader Program. This easy to use online training enables sport and community organizations to create a safer, more ethical environment by providing essential information to each organization’s critical stakeholders.

Respect in Sport’s 2.5 hour highly engaging online training is for Activity Leaders of all levels: recreational, competitive, and elite, with the intention of:

  • Empowering and educating youth leaders and coaches on the prevention of abuse, bullying and harassment
  • Building a holistic culture of respect within the sport community
  • Providing fundamental training tools which enable all coaches and youth leaders to become better role models for the young athletes in their care

 

Respect in Sport online e-learning will also be linked to the Hockey Canada Registry [HCR], ensuring successful OMHA participant certification will be uploaded to the HCR upon completion.

Please visit the following links below to get started!


Activity Leader
https://omha.respectgroupinc.com/

Parent Course (Mandatory)
https://omhahockeyparent.respectgroupinc.com/
Respect_In_Sport_-_Parent_Access.pdf 

 

** If you have already completed this course for your oldest participant, you will need to "Add A Child" to your Hockey Canada Registry (HCR) account in order to link multiple participants

5.    NCCP Coaching Clinics

Hockey Canada’s National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) is a competency-based program. The program enables coaches to build their coaching tools and knowledge of the game, so they can work effectively with their players.

Please visit the NCCP - Management section of our website for an in-depth look at what is available to you!

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