RESPECT IN SPORT - ACTIVITY LEADER
Any coach who has taken the Respect In Sport Activity Leader course in 2016 or earlier will need to re-certify. This will also apply to all coaches who currently have Speak Out.
Also any families who completed the Respect In Sport Parent course in 2016 or earlier will be required to re-certify their course as well. All RIS Parent recertification’s must be complete before September 1st as players will not be added to the Evaluation lists until this course has been completed.
If you encounter any problems in your efforts to re-certify please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The document RIS_Re-Certification_FAQ.pdf was attached to this post.
COACH CERTIFICATION / QUALIFICATIONS
NEW IN 2020-21: All Head Coaches are required to take the HU - Planning a Safe Return to Hockey course. This a free 20-minute online program which looks at key information coaches and associations need to know in order to help reduce the risk of COVID-19 in the hockey environment. This course can be found on Hockey Canada’s eHockey website.
Are you certified to the correct level? All 2020-2021 Coaching Requirements must be completed by November 15, 2020.Source: https://www.hockeyalberta.ca/coaches/clinic-information/requirements/
To register for a coaching clinic please click here.
POLICE INFORMATION CHECK
COACH APPLICATION POLICE INFORMATION CHECK
Glenlake Hockey coaches are required to complete an electronic Police Information Check (ePIC) online through the Calgary Police Service. ePIC allows applicants the convenience of applying online to submit their applications 24/7 from any location. Applicants can monitor the status of their application, any time, through their own personal account. Here is a convenient link to ePIC:
As part of your application, you will be required to upload a letter to the Calgary Police Service with your name and volunteer role on Glenlake's letterhead. You can obtain a copy of this letter from Glenlake's Administrator at email@example.com. Please type your name onto the letter and then save the letter so you can upload it as part of your submission.
If you run into problems completing the ePIC process, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.