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Risk Management :: Respect in Sport
 

  The Respect in Sport program is designed to equip our coaches, volunteers and parents for the journey in hockey (and beneficially is applicable to many life scenarios). The program prepares us for what may lie ahead and allows us to reflect on the excitement and challenges we face participating in this sport.

Committed to lead, develop and promote positive hockey experiences, Hockey Nova Scotia is pleased to be able to provide both the Respect in Sport Parent Program and Respect in for Coach/Volunteers.

Respect in Sport for Coach/Volunteers

This program provides in-depth information on eh subjects of bullying, abuse, harassment and neglect. It demonstrates negative behaviours and provides ideas of how a situation might be handled, including valuable information from subject matter experts delivered in a clear and concise fashion, and asks questions of the leaders based on the scenarios presented. Specific topics include: definitions of bullying, abuse, harassment, neglect and discrimination, cyber-bullying, hazing, use of power, emotions, how to respond, reporting, moral and legal issues, and development.

 https://hns.respectgroupinc.com

 Respect in Sport Parent Program

This program provides information on parents’ natural influence over a child, the coach or leaders role in an activity, the role parents play in their child’s enjoyment of a sport or activity, and protecting your child when they are outside of your immediate control. The program also provides parents with tools to evaluate their own behaviour by highlighting five key “behavioural traps” and frequently exhibited by parents, particularly in competitive sports. It demonstrates negative behaviours and provides ideas of how a situation may be better handled, includes valuable information from subject matter experts have delivered in a clear and concise fashion, and asks questions of parents based on scenarios presented. Specific topics included in the program are: five common negative parent behaviours, a child’s development, nutrition and hydration, rest, injuries, as well as interacting with coaches, officials and other parents.

www.hnsparent.respectgroupinc.com 


2015-16 HNS RIS Parent Program Mandate click here

Instructions to register for RIS Coach/Volunteers click here

Instructions to register for the RIS Parent Program click here

FAQ Re: Respect in Sport for Coaches/Volunteers click here

FAQ Re: Respect in Sport Parent Program click here

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