Volunteer Screening and Training


Volunteer

As per Tri Port MHA's Volunteer screening policy, Criminal record Checks (CRCs) are required every 3 years for all Team Officials.  Online checks are the preferred method (first link immediately below) and automatically include a "vulnerable person check" when done online.   The results of the online CRC are emailed directly to the Tri Port Administrator from the Justice Department and will be held confidential as per existing agreements.    Team officials/volunteers will be notified via email when results are received.   If an online check is not possible, please visit your local detachment for appropriate forms to fill out.  Be sure to request that a vulnerable person check be completed at same time as the CRC.   The results of CRCs that are done at local detachments need to be received by the Tri Port Administrator. 

TPMHA Online Criminal Record Check -NEW Sept 2016.pdf

Criminal Record Check - Regulation Adjustment - 2016-08-11.pdf

BC Hockey Clarification Memo on CRC and VPC.pdf

Click on the link immediately below to sign up for training in: Concussion Awareness (CATT), Respect in Sport for Activity Leaders, Safety (HCSP), Coaching and Officiating 

http://bchockey.net/Clinics/Clinics.aspx

 

Upcoming Events


Oct. 22, 2017 9:00 AM to 1:30 PM

Referee Clinic
Port Hardy Civic Center and Arena
Tri Port Annual Referee Clinic

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