Trainers (Newcastle Village Minor Hockey Association)

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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.

2. Click here for the Trainers Responsibilities handbook.

3.  2019-2020 Requirements for Team Officials

4. Click here for the OMHA resources for Trainers.


Trainers MUST have the following:


1. HTCP Online Courses/ Level 1  & Level 1 refresher
2. Respect in Sport / Activity Leader Course
3. Gender Identity & Expresssion 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



*NEW JULY 2019 - Concussion Protocol

All players must have the OHF Rowan’s Law Acknowledgement Form signed and submitted electronically to the board ([email protected]) by September 30, 2019. Rep Team deadline is July 30, 2019.
Click here for more information.



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

Player Injury Log 2019-2020



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