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Respect in Sport for Parents

is an effective and informative online training program for parents of active children. This unique certification program compliments Respect in Sport for Coaches/Activity Leaders by reinforcing a parents role in a child or youth's activities, encouraging positive sport behaviors, and providing insight into the various roles other individuals (such as coaches and officials) play. This program empowers parents to ensure the safety of their children, encourage positive and effective communication, and to enhance a child's fun and camaraderie of the activity.

At the 2015 Semi Annual meeting, Hockey Manitoba's Board of Directors approved the following motion:
Certification for the Respect in Sport for Parents program must be obtained by at least one parent or legal guardian of any minor hockey player on a Hockey Manitoba roster by November 1st. Should certification not be obtained by November 1st, the minor hockey player will be ineligible to participate in any Hockey Manitoba sanctioned activity until one parent or legal guardian is certified.

 

Why has Hockey Manitoba implemented Respect in Sport for Parents?

  1. It further ensures your commitment to our number 1 priority: safety for participants
  2. It enhances communication between parents and organization staff, coaches, officials, etc.
  3. It helps our organization, staff and volunteers to mitigate liability
  4. It provides parents supplementary knowledge about preparing a young athlete for practices, games and other activities
  5. It helps to retain recreation leaders, coaches, officials and volunteers
  6. It makes a values based statement on behalf of our organization to ALL stakeholders

 

What does the Respect in Sport certification cost?

$12 per user, paid by credit card during the on-line certification process.

 

Before you begin

Please familiarize yourself with the following Registration Procedures.

Frequently asked questions are outlined in the Respect in Sport for Parents program, and can be accessed once you have set up your account.

 

Technical Support

All inquiries regarding the Respect in Sport for Parents program should be directed to their Help Desk at http://respectinsport.com/contact-us/

 

Respect in Sport for Parents - Program Link

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Respect in Sport for Parents - https://hmbparent.respectgroupinc.com

This certification will take approximately 1 hour. This program does not have to be completed in one setting and you can pause the program and continue when convenient to you.

You will be required to provide your child's Hockey Manitoba Hockey ID number or their name as originally registered with Hockey Manitoba. Your child's ID Number can be obtained from Brynn Smith (brynnstefsmith@gmail.com) or Sandy Phillips (manxcat@mymts.net) as it is listed on the official Roster for each year.

At this time we would ask that you please print a copy of your certificate once completed so that your certificate number can be provided to the KMHA Executive if needed.

Parent Code of Conduct

I will recognize the importance of volunteer coaches and agree they are important to the development of my child and the sport. • I will encourage good sportsmanship by demonstrating positive support for all players, coaches and officials at every game, practice or other association event. • I will place the emotional and physical well being of my child ahead of any personal desire to win. • I will insist that my child play in a safe and healthy environment. • I will provide support for coaches and officials working with my child to provide a positive, enjoyable experience for all. • I will emphasize skill development and how it will help my child, de-emphasizing games and competition in lower age groups. • I will remember that the game is for the children and not for the adults. • I will do my very best to make hockey fun for my child. • I will ask my child to treat other players, coaches, fans and officials with respect, regardless of race, sex, creed or ability. • I will NEVER enter the playing surface at any time. • I will NEVER confront in anger a coach, official, player, spectator or league official before, during or after any game. • I will at no time call or contact an official about any infraction of any game or for any other reason. • I will NEVER use objectionable language of behavior that is detrimental to the game or the association. • I will encourage my child to play by the rules of hockey, and applaud good plays of both teams. All members of the Killarney Minor Hockey Association, players, parents, coaches and Board members are expected to exhibit sportsmanship behavior and team values, and to generally uphold the principles and objectives of the Killarney Minor Hockey Association. Any person associated with Killarney Minor Hockey not exhibiting high standards and who fails to comply with this code may be subject to disciplinary proceedings, including but not limited to being suspended or expelled from Killarney Minor Hockey, upon such terms as determined within the sole discretion of the Board.

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