How do you respect in sport?

Respect – Learn it. Live it. Pass it on.

  1. Ensure the safety and well-being of their children.
  2. Encourage proper communication with officials and coaches.
  3. Make sport and recreation result in a positive experience for all.

What does respect look like in sports?

Part of being respectful is understanding others may know better and we should listen and learn from them. When your child has the respect to heed his or her coach, they will find themselves succeeding and improving in that sport. Opponents: Being kind to those who oppose you can be difficult.

How important are rules in playing sports?

Rules provide an agreement of understanding to competition. In sports, rules define what is allowed or not allowed to occur during situations on and off the court. Rules govern anything from wearing proper uniforms to how to keep score during games of different levels of competition.

Why is integrity important in sport and life?

Sport at a grassroots level needs to be safe, it needs to be fair, it needs to be honest, respectful and have integrity. Without these things sport can lose its relevance and meaning.

How does the OMHA work with respect group?

The OMHA has partnered with Respect Group Inc. to provide the Respect in Sport – Activity Leader Program, the online equivalent to Speak Out! Certification, as an online e-learning course to our Members. Respect Group has created critical abuse prevention education with the Respect in Sport- Activity Leader Program.

How to get respect in sport for Hockey Canada parents?

You are currently accessing the Respect in Sport for Hockey Canada Parents Program for Ontario Minor Hockey Association. Login in to this program and select the button “RE-CERTIFY NOW”. If no “RE-CERTIFY NOW” button is displayed, your profile may already be reset; If so, simply select “PROGRAM ACCESS”.

How many parents have completed respect in sport for parents?

In Canadian hockey, over 319,000 parents who have completed the Respect in Sport for Parents Program. Q: What is Respect in Sport?

When does the Ontario Minor Hockey Association become respect?

At the 2013 Ontario Minor Hockey Association’s Annual General Meeting, the OMHA Board of Directors announced the OMHA will move to become a complete ‘Respect’ integrated association effective the 2014-2015 season.