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Parent Respect in Sport Program
Submitted By Kevin Murray on Tuesday, May 2, 2017
RESPECT IN SPORT — PARENT VERSION OHF & Alliance now requires that a parent or guardian from each household complete the online Respect In Sport Parent Program. This applies to all players born in 2004 or later (2004, 2005, 2006, and so on). When registering for the online course your certification will be linked to your child(ren)'s Hockey Canada profile(s). In preparation for Spring Tryouts, one parent or guardian from each household is asked to complete the online course. If you have already taken the course previously with Alliance or OMHA you are OK.


BEFORE PARTICIPATION IN TRYOUTS OR HOUSELEAGUE EVALUATION If you have not completed the course on time, your child will be turned away at tryouts. Cost to complete is $12 and takes approximately 1 hour (may be done in segments).

Brantford Minor Hockey parents can contact the office to receive information for a free pass code. Call Kevin at 519-759-8552 or email [email protected]



RESPECT IN SPORT PARENT PROGRAM — CONNECTION TO THE HCR

The following is the process by which the Respect in Sport – Parent Program, connects with the player profile in the HCR.

When a parent/guardian initially registers for the Respect in Sport – Parent Program, one of the steps requires the parent to complete a “Child Management Page”. This is a critical step to the process, as it is through the information supplied on this page that the Parent Program connects with the player profile in the HCR.

On the Child Management Page, the parent includes the child’s name and date of birth. They are asked to enter this information in the same format as how their child is shown in the HCR. The two systems then “connect”, and a search is done of the HCR. If a matching name and date of birth is found in the HCR, the connection has been made. If no matching name and date of birth has been found, then a new record is generated for the player in the HCR, upon certification (at the time the parent completes the program).

Registrars are able to see who has completed the Parent Program by reviewing a team roster, where each player’s profile will show whether they have a parent certified in the Parent Program.


CLICK HERE TO GO TO THE RESPECT IN SPORT (PARENT) WEBSITE
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