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Existing Trainers, Trainers Requiring Re-Certification & New Trainers
Submitted By Admin on Sunday, July 20, 2014
Coaches & Managers:   Please ensure existing, new and prospective/potential trainers receive this information.

In order to prepare for this coming season please plan ahead and ensure that your Trainer (and Alternate Trainers if necessary) are ready and qualified to meet the requirements of the team.  The Burlington City Rep Hockey Club's minimum requirements are as follows:

·  HTCP Level 1 (good for 3 years);

·  Speak Out or Respect in Sports program;

·  and HTCP Level 2 (First Aid)

ALL Trainers 

 

mandatory meeting will occur in August, and at this time is tentatively scheduled for August 23rd from 10 am to 12:30 pm.  Please plan to attend this meeting.  The agenda for this meeting includes:

·  New processes for Trainers within the Eagles club for 2014;

·  A quick review of the Trainer's Role and expectations;

·  A guest lecture regarding concussions;

·  Trainer supplies/kit pick up session;

Trainers Requiring Re-Certification in Level 2 (First Aid)

If you require your Level 2 Trainers Certification the following link lists all organizations officially recognized to deliver first aid training:  www.wsib.on.ca/en/community/WSIB/ArticleDetail?vgnextoid=88fbe35c819d7210VgnVCM100000449c710aRCRD

A two day first aid training course will be available via the Burlington Eagles on Saturday, July 26th & Sunday, July 27th.  This training has limited spaces and will be made available on a first come basis.  In order to reserve a spot please contact Bill McTaggart - Head Trainer  ([email protected])

NOTE 1:  Should your expiring Level 2 certification fail to be renewed prior to the end of August a Trainer must complete Level 1 again as well.  Please ensure that your Team Manager 
and Eagle's office Hockey Administrator have copies of all certifications.

New Trainers

1/  Review the following resources:  http://www.omha.net/page/show/925387-trainer-resources

2/  Complete the 'Respect in Sport - Activity Leader (online) Program for Team Officials':  Register as a new user and complete the online training https://omha.respectgroupinc.com/secure/


3/  Complete the HDCP Level 1 (online) program:  https://hdcoelearning.com/Register/CourseDetails/2

4/  Complete the HDCP Level 2 training (First Aid):  T
he following links lists all organizations officially recognized to deliver first aid training:  www.wsib.on.ca/en/community/WSIB/ArticleDetail?vgnextoid=88fbe35c819d7210VgnVCM100000449c710aRCRD    As well, a two day first aid training course will be available via the Burlington Eagles on Saturday, July 26th & Sunday, July 27th.  This training has limited spaces and will be made available on a first come basis.  In order to reserve a spot please contact Bill McTaggart - Head Trainer  ([email protected])

5/  Ensure that your Team Manager and Eagle's office Hockey Administrator have copies of all certifications.

6/  Plan to attend the mandatory Trainer's Meeting on August 23rd at the Eagle's Office - 10 am to 12:30 pm.
 

 

NOTE 2:   Training costs incurred will be refunded by the Burlington Eagles for Trainers listed on the team roster in one of the 5 official team positions.  Trainers 'At Large' are not included in our reimbursement policy.  Please forward all receipts via your Team Manager.


Please ensure that all on-ice sessions are supervised by a certified trainer who is equipped with a first aid kit , to ensure the safety of all players and staff.

 

Thank you

 

Bill McTaggart

Eagles Head Trainer

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