TRAINER CERTIFICATION

One  of the following certifications is required in order to serve as a team trainer.  All certifications must be valid and up to date.


- Any St. John Ambulance Emergency First Aid course of 8 hours (or more)
- Canadian Red Cross Standard First Aid & Basic CPR course
- Sport Alliance of Ontario/Canadian Red Cross Sport First Aid course
- Ontario Hockey Trainer’s current certification program

- A professional designation which includes a current letter of employment
(acceptable examples: MD; RN; Police Officer, Firefighter, First Responder,
Paramedic)
- Lifesaving Society (Ontario) Standard First Aid course
- Action First Aid Standard First Aid course
- Rescue 7 Standard First Aid course
- Lifesaving Society (Quebec) Emergency First Aid/AED-Sports & Recreation
- Workplace Medical Corp Emergency First Aid/CPR/AED Awareness
- Workplace Medical Corp Standard First Aid/CPR/AED Awareness​

* Please note that CPR as a stand alone certification is NOT an equivalency.

When registering online as a trainer, a copy of the valid certification must be uploaded in order for your registration to be completed and approved.

If you registered as a trainer last year and your certification is still valid, there is no need to upload a copy of your certification as it is kept on the system.  However, you are still required to register each year as a trainer. 

Criminal Record Checks

As a reminder, all coaches and bench staff in the OWFL who may come into contact with any participant under the age of 18 must have a current police check on file with their home club.

Senior teams cannot call up players under the age of 18 unless the staff has police checks on file.

There are no exceptions to this policy, so please be diligent in getting these completed ASAP!

Click here for form for Criminal Record Checks

 

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