All volunteers and team personnel must complete an online Criminal Record Check (CRC) (including Vulnerable Persons Check), the appropriate level of Respect In Sport (RIS), and the Concussion Awareness Training Tool (CATT). New for the 2020 season is Planning a Safe Return to Hockey Online Course.
- Team personnel and volunteers include, but are not limited to: coaches, assistant coaches, managers, HCSP, on-ice helpers and dressing room moms.
- Questions regarding certifications can be directed to our Risk Manager, email@example.com
LGIHA requires that all adults who are in contact with the players must complete a Criminal Record Check. There is no cost to the applicant.
The CRC must be renewed every 2 years for those who continue to volunteer with LGIHA. Renewals must be completed by December 1.
Click here to complete the online CRC form. The LGIHA access code for volunteers is: N55MPE7YK6
RESPECT IN SPORT: Coaches/Team Personnel
BC Hockey / Hockey Canada rules stipulate that all team personnel must take the Respect in Sport course. The sport-generic RIS course provides in-depth information on bullying, abuse, harassment and neglect in a convenient, safe and easy to comprehend manner. The RIS cost is reimbursed by LGIHA.
The RIS course must be re-certified every 5 years for those continuing to volunteer with LGIHA.
Click here to complete the online RIS course for Coaches/Team Personnel.
RESPECT IN SPORT: Parents
All LGIHA parents are encouraged to complete the parent version of the Respect In Sport course. This course is voluntary for LGIHA parents at this time, although it is mandatory at other associations across Canada.
Click here to complete the online RIS course for Parents.
CONCUSSION AWARENESS TRAINING TOOL
As of the 2016/17 season, all team personnel are required to complete the Concussion Awareness Training Tool (CATT). There is no cost to the applicant.
Click here to complete the online CATT.
PLANNING A SAFE RETURN TO HOCKEY ONLINE COURSE
For the 2020/21 season, all team officials are required to complete the Planning a Safe Return to Hockey Online course. There is no cost to the applicant.
Click here to navigate to eHockey University and the online Planning a Safe Return to Hockey Course .