MUST READ - Respect in Sport Parent Program (Napanee District Minor Hockey)

PrintMUST READ - Respect in Sport Parent Program
1) Are you a brand new family to hockey?

If so, then one parent must complete the Parent Respect in Sport program as required by OMHA.  It's pretty simple - just follow the link below to the instructions on how to complete.  There is a small fee (around $13).  It is also mandatory - we cannot register your child to a hockey team unless it has been completed.  First, however, please be sure to register your child with our registration program - otherwise, the record will not be updated correctly with your address information.

Access to Online Registration for NDMH (complete this first)
HCR Registration   (Click here for more information on NDMH Registration)



Access to Online Course for Respect in Sport - Parent Program:

https://omhahockeyparent.respectgroupinc.com/


2) Not new to hockey, but have a player registering for the first time ever?

Thank you for completing the Parent Respect in Sport program.  Since you have already completed it once, all you need to do is add your new hockey player to your profile.  Before you do this, however, we recommend that you register your player online, through our online registration program (link will be below).  This will create a new player profile with all of the correct address and contact information.   Once you have completed the registration, it will have created a new profile for your new hockey player.  Then, you can go back and edit your old Respect in Sport Parent profile and add your player.

Access to Online Registration for NDMH (complete this first)
HCR Registration   (Click here for more information on NDMH Registration)


Here is a handy document which describes how to edit your profile to add an additional player.
How to Verify your Child's Profile for RIS Parent - Instructions


More General Information...


‘Respect in Hockey’ is a concept that receives considerable attention in both minor hockey and in community sport. The Ontario Minor Hockey Association is committed to the prevention of abuse, bullying and harassment, and the education of our membership.

At the 2013 Ontario Minor Hockey Association’s Annual General Meeting, the OMHA Board of Directors announced the OMHA will move to become a complete ‘Respect’ integrated association effective the 2014-2015 season. 

Effective August 31, 2014, the ‘Respect in Hockey’ initiative will require all Team Officials, On-ice Volunteers, On-Ice Officials and Parents to take the appropriate ‘Respect’ education. 

At least one parent or guardian of each player registered in minor hockey in the OMHA will be required to complete the Respect in Sport - Parent Program as a condition of participation. The one-hour online course is a proactive, educational program that empowers parents with the tools to ensure the game is enjoyable and respectful for themselves, their children and all other stakeholders in the game.

Team Officials, On-ice Officials and On-ice volunteers will be required to complete the online Respect in Sport - Activity Leader Program or in-class Speak Out! certification.

The next step in this initiative is to provide support to our member centres in the successful implementation and delivery of these programs. With this in mind the OMHA has created the ‘Respect in Hockey’ Implementation Plan which is a detailed guide including program overview, pricing models, administration, timeline and frequently asked questions (FAQs). 

More Information:
http://www.omha.net/page/show/885515-education

Access to Online Course:
https://omhahockeyparent.respectgroupinc.com/
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