Trainers (Newcastle Village Minor Hockey Association)

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Please ensure that you have fully reviewed the following page in addition to the responsibilities below - COVID & SAFETY


Trainers



As the OMHA handbook states:

"As a hockey trainer, your primary responsibility is to ensure that safety is the first priority at all times during all hockey-related activities, both on and off the ice.  You must play a leadership role in enhancing the safety of players and all others involved with amateur hockey."

Here are OMHA resources:

1. Click here for the Players Medical Information Sheet.  (Sept 27 - in process of creating an online form for parents).

2. Click here for the Trainers Responsibilities handbook.

3. Extended 2020  2019-2020 Requirements for Team Officials

4. Click here for the OMHA resources for Trainers.


Trainers MUST have the following (click each to access link):


1. HTCP Online Courses/ Level 1  & Level 1 refresher
2. Respect in Sport / Activity Leader Course
3. Gender Identity & Expression Course
4. NEW 2020 - Safe Return to Hockey Course


Check out these apps that are available to everyone, with great info/quick reference on concussions for coaches and parents;


1. Concussion Ed App – Parachute Canada Click her for site


2. Concussion Awareness App – Hockey Canada Click here


3. CATT (http://ppc.cattonline.com) – has online course, resources for coaches, parents
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4. OHF Concussion Awareness Resource - 10 years old and under


5.OHF Concussion Awareness Resource - 11- 14 years old 

6. OHF Concussion Awareness Resource - 15 years old and over



Concussion Protocol

All players must have the OHF Rowan’s Law Acknowledgement Form signed and submitted
Click here for more information.



In case of Player Injury please fill out the form below:

Player Injury Log 2020-2021



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