OMHA Respect Integration Implementation
In an ongoing effort to foster a safe and enjoyable environment for our athletes in our great game, the OMHA is implementing a plan to ensure the OMHA is a complete Respect integrated organization.
Effective August 31, 2014, at least one parent or guardian of each player registered in the OMHA will be required to complete the online Respect in Sport Parent Education Program as a condition of their child's participation. This will need to be completed before your child can be rostered (and step on the ice) with any team, so we encourage you to complete this course on or before September 11, 2014 to ensure there is no delay.
To access this online program please visit: http://www.omha.net/page/show/885515-education and select the "Respect in Sport / Parent Program" tab near the bottom of the page.
The Respect in Sport parent program 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. This portion of the program is only one of the three pillars of our respect platform. The Respect in Sport Activity Leader program is currently a condition of participation for all Team Officials (Bench Staff), and will be a requirement for all on-ice Volunteers and all on-ice referees (Age 16 and above), effective August 31, 2014.
Through this mandate, all stakeholders will be introduced to Respect education when considering the needs of our athletes.
Millbrook and District Minor Hockey Association will be responsible for implementing these requirements as established by the OMHA and requires your support and cooperation with ensuring the completion of this certification. Should you have any questions or require assistance, please contact an Executive member.
Please ensure that you provide feedback as requested upon completion of the program, to provide your insights on optimizing program content, and system functionality.
Thank you for your commitment to the safety, enjoyment and success of your child, and all OMHA participants.