Trainer Education (Brampton Hockey Inc.)

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TRAINER EDUCATION

The Hockey Trainer Certification Program [HTCP] is a risk management and safety education program for the volunteer hockey trainer. The ultimate goal of the program is to have all Hockey Trainers implement effective risk management on their own teams, where safety is the first priority at all times, both on and off the ice.

2019-2020 Qualification Requirements for Team Officials

ONLINE CLINICS


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

EHOCKEY - CHECK YOUR QUALIFICATIONS

If you have been registered in hockey previously as a Player, Coach, Official, or Trainer you can access your profile on the Hockey Canada Registry by establishing an eHockey account. Click on the following link to set up access - Hockey Canada eHockey

  1. Click on the Hockey Canada eHockey link
  2. Click on the link - Click here to create an account now
  3. Review the three steps and check the box - • I have read the above steps and would like to create an account. Click the Continue tab.
  4. Create your Account
  5. Click - Add a Participant
  6. Search by first name, last name and date of birth & gender
  7. Click – Search
  8. Add Participant to account
  9. Confirm – Yes – I would like to add this participant to my account
  10. View profile

LEVEL II UPGRADE

Any person who shows proof of current certification in Standard First Aid from a recognized service provider [as recognized by Workers’ Safety Insurance Board], and has successfully completed HTCP Level I, may be granted the HTCP Level II certification by remitting a fee and proof of current qualification to the OMHA. Individuals who have successfully completed HTCP Level I and hold the following professional qualifications may also be granted HTCP Level II certification by remitting a fee and proof of current qualification to the OMHA:

  • Registered Nurse
  • Occupational Health Nurse
  • Chiropractor
  • Physician
  • Physiotherapist
  • Registered Respiratory Therapist
  • Ambulance Emergency Medical Care Attendant
  • Dentist
  • Canadian Athletic Therapists Association
  • Basic Trauma Life Support
  • National Athletic Trainers Association
  • Military Medic [valid for 2 years from end of service date and all qualifications must be licensed in Canada

Click here to review First Aid Providers or contact your branch or division for a list of recognized first aid providers.

To upgrade to Level II - Complete the Application for Conversion / Upgrade of Certification form (BELOW IN DOWNLOADS SECTION) and return to the OMHA office with copy of First Aid credentials. 

CONVERTING QUALIFICATIONS FROM ANOTHER BRANCH OR OHF MINOR MEMBER
For individuals holding valid qualifications from other OHF Member Partners or Hockey Canada Branches, we require you to download, complete and submit the Application for Conversion/Upgrade to the OMHA Office.

DOWNLOADS

Application for Conversion/Upgrade
Hockey Canada Bulletin - Safety Reminders

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