The following are useful links for any potential or current DMHA Trainer. Each document can be accessed by clicking on the specific item. You will be redirected to file location.
1 - Trainers Education Link
The Hockey Trainer Certification Program [HTCP] is a risk management and safety education program for the volunteer hockey trainer. The ultimate goal of the program is to have all Hockey Trainers implement effective risk management on their own teams, where safety is the first priority at all times, both on and off the ice.
2 - Trainer Qualification Requirements
Hockey Canada sets out requires for all OMHA requirements. These requirements are summarized via the link above. Visit this link to see the upcoming season requirements.
3 - OMHA Trainer Resources
The OMHA site offers a number of useful resources including information on injury reporting, return to play guidelines, concussion protocol and the role and responsibilities of the trainer.
4 - Medical Information Form
The above medical information sheet should be collect for each player of the team for which you are a manager.
5 - Concussion Protocol
This link provides on-demand access to thousands of videos, articles and more. The Hockey Canada Network offers coaches, players and parents in every community across Canada access to the best information for developing hockey players.
6 - Respect in Sport - Activity Leader
The Respect in Sport Activity Leader Program offers an engaging and easy-to-use online training course for sport leaders of all levels. The intent of this training is to:
- Empower and educate youth leaders/coaches on the prevention of abuse, bullying, harassment
- Build a holistic culture of respect within the sport community.
- Provide fundamental training tools which enable ALL coaches and youth leaders to become even
better role models for the young athletes in their care.
NOTE - The Respect in Sport Training for Activities is different than that required as a Parent as so in order to be a trainer the above training is required.
7 - Gender expression
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 a team for the season.
Please see the following memo for additional information: Link
8 - Police Check
Dresden Minor Hockey association requires all bench / coaching staff to complete and provide a Police Check.
9 - DMHA Arena Emergency Action Plan (EAP)
Check back often as useful links will be added. If you have additional information you would like to have shared please contact the DMHA Vice President to have items added.