Trainers (Tweed Minor Hockey Association)


The OMHA requires all teams to have a qualified Trainer. The Trainer course is offered online and takes about 4 h to complete. 

As well, all members of the coaching staff must complete the Respect in Sport | Activity Leader course and the Gender Identity & Expression course.
All BMHA volunteers are required to submit a Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC) to VMHA.





Setting Up your eHockey Account

Job / Duties of the Trainer:

The trainer is responsible for the safety of all players on the team.

  • The trainer will protect his or her players from any unsafe conditions on and off the ice, and will react to any injuries to the players. The trainer will ensure that all players wear regulation protective equipment and conduct proper stretching exercises before any activity.
  • Every BMHA trainer is required to have on hand at all times an adequate first aid kit for use in any emergency. The trainer must also maintain health and injury records of the players and will recommend any necessary injury avoidance or muscle strengthening exercises. The trainer should also recommend proper diet, fitness, and nutrition programs for the players.
  • The trainer is responsible for completing and forwarding a copy of the "Hockey Canada Injury Report” following any hockey-related injury. If a player is removed from a game or a practice due to injury or serious illness and does not return to that game or practice, the player should obtain a note from a physician before he or she is allowed to return to play.
  • Any player who sustains a concussion injury must subsequently provide a doctor’s note identifying that the player is fit to return to play hockey prior to joining the team for any game. Depending on the severity, other injuries may also require doctor’s approval before returning to play. If required, the trainer may refer to the appropriate director for guidance.

Qualifications/ Requirements:

  • Completion of the appropriate HTCP Certification requirements at the level required
  • Completion of a successful criminal reference check
  • Strong interest and commitment to child/athlete development
  • Ability to work with fellow coaching personnel
  • Available to meet time requirements

Emergency Action Plan

Hockey Canada Injury Report Form

HTCP Medical Information Sheet

Return to Play Form 

Hockey Canada Concussion Toolbox 

Hockey Canada Apps for Mobile Devices:

Hockey Canada has re-launched its concussion awareness app for mobile devices; the app includes a variety of resources and information on concussions, focusing on prevention, respect, rules, symptoms and return-to-play protocol.

Click here for more details and to download the app