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Manditory Course - Respect in Sports
Submitted By Administrator on Thursday, August 27, 2015
New player parent requirement - If you are new to hockey, you are required to take the Respect in Sport Program mandated by OMHA

As a condition of participation in the hockey, the OMHA has mandated that parents of players registered with the OMHA are required to take the Respect In Sport (RIS) Parent Program. 

This on-line course must be completed by a minimum of one parent per family prior to your child stepping on the ice.  Don't delay in completing as this will result in your player not receiving OMHA approval to play on any teams!

IMPORTANT:When completing the course it is important to ensure all your children participating in minor hockey are properly entered in the 'Child Management' screen.  Children's names should be entered using the same spelling as when they were registered with DMH.

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