Certification Information (Markham Waxers)

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How do I check my current certifications?

You can view the status of your current certifications via a Hockey Canada eHockey account. Please note that the Waxers require an updated Police Vulnerable Sector Check (PVSC) every two seasons. HCR lists PVSC as valid for three seasons.

Visit the OMHA website for instructions on creating an eHockey account.

Once you create an eHockey account you can access your HCR profile, view your hockey history, check the status of your certifications, and sign up for clinics.  


Understanding Discrimination based on Gender Identity and Gender Expression

The Ontario Hockey Federation, Hockey Eastern Ontario, and Hockey Northwestern Ontario are ready to roll out the Understanding Discrimination based on Gender Identity and Gender Expression and a Guide to the Dressing Room Policy and Confidentiality Statement modules that form the Gender Identity and Expression Course for all team officials, which is a mandatory requirement to be approved to a roster for the 2017-18 season.

All team officials will require an eHockey account in the Hockey Canada Registry (HCR) in order to register for and complete the two Modules. Once completed, notification will be posted to the team officials’ member profile on the HCR. 

The first step in completing the training is to ensure all team officials have an eHockey account, in order to sign up for the required clinic. Those who do not already have an eHockey account can click the following link to sign up: https://ehockey.hockeycanada.ca/ehockey/account/login.aspx 

Once your account has been established, or for those who already have an account, please click on the link below to be directed to the OHF landing page for more information on the training and to course registration (no costs). Team officials once on landing page will access the course registration via the link and then be responsible for registering for the Gender Identity and Expression Course. Upon registering for the clinic, team officials will receive an email with instructions for completing the modules.

www.ohf.on.ca/view/ohfmainsite/team-officials/gender-identity-training

Questions related to the content of the modules can be directed to the OHF, [email protected].

Certification Requirements

Download the 2018-2019 Team Official Qualifications Requirements Chart 

Clinic Listing

A major part of OMHA service is the implementation of certification programs for all team staff. The OMHA delivers these programs to its membership through clinics province-wide each year.

Read more about OMHA clinics.

View a listing of current clinics and register for clinics online through eHockey.

Certification Updates

The Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA) working with the Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF), Hockey Canada and the Coaching Association of Canada (CAC) introduced significant changes to Coach Education effective the 2014-2015 season with further changes and policies taking effect in 2015-2016. These changes will impact clinic delivery, terminology and qualification requirements for Coaches. This document provides a comprehensive overview and plan to roll-out the revised NCCP for Hockey including all key elements towards full implementation. 

OMHA COACHES PROGRAM UPDATES - FEBRUARY 2014
OMHA REVISED NCCP FOR HOCKEY OVERVIEW - MARCH 2015
OMHA COACHES PROGRAM UPDATE 2

Online Certification Courses

Hockey Trainers Certification Program (HTCP)

Hockey Trainers Certification Program (HTCP) Level 1 Certification and Level 1 Refresher e-learning courses are available online through the Hockey Development Centre of Ontario website.

Respect in Sport for Activity Leaders

The OMHA has entered into a partnership with Respect Group Inc. in piloting the offering of Speak Out! certification as an online e-learning option to our Members. Access instructions to assist with accessing and advancing through Respect in Sport via the OMHA website.

Certification Obtained Outside the OMHA

If you have obtained a coach or trainer certification with an association outside of the OMHA, please complete  Application for Conversion/Upgrade of Certification form and forward it to the OMHA so that your certifications can be added to your Hockey Canada Registration (HCR) system record.

Police Vulnerable Sector Check

MMHA requires a clear Police Vulnerable Sector Check (PVSC) be filed when someone volunteers for the first time and every other season thereafter. No PVSC submitted may be dated more than two months prior to submitting to the MMHA.

In order to expedite the process of obtaining a PVSC, the applicant should complete the Waxers Police Vulnerable Sector Check (PVSC) Volunteer Letter Request Form which confirms that the applicant is a volunteer with the association. The letter will allow the YRP to charge the volunteer processing rate and waive the extra fee should you need to be fingerprinted because your date of birth matches someone in the RCMP database.

You may apply for a PVSC online via the YRP website. Please note that the Stouffville station has been closed. You can apply either online or in person at the YRP Community Resource Centre at 10720 Yonge Street in Richmond Hill. 

The original Police Vulnerable Sector Check (PVSC) letters must be submitted—photocopies will not be accepted—and you will not be reimbursed without the original. You must submit the original PVSC to the Waxers office before you can be rostered.





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