Head Trainer Position, News (Newmarket Minor Hockey)

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Head Trainer Position
Submitted By Lynda Carusi on Saturday, September 26, 2020
The NMHA is currently looking for a Head Trainer - Non Executive Position
Please contact Lynda Carusi at [email protected]
The NMHA is currently using ePact an Electronic Emergency App

Head Trainer will:
• Hold current HTCP certification
• Have a minimum of two years hockey experience in Trainer position
• Be on an at-large or team roster with the association
• Have a strong interest in promoting safety in hockey
• Be willing to act as a mentor/coach for all Trainers in the association 

• Be able to provide timely responses to questions or requests Some Examples of the Suggested Activities of the Local Association Trainer Include:
• Liaison with the OMHA Chair of Trainers Program/OMHA Regional Safety Leaders

• Awareness of association activities, including tournament dates, etc.
• Prepare safety briefing (i.e. emergency phone locations, AEDs, etc.) for distribution to Team Trainers, and availability for visiting teams
• Availability to attend Association Board/Coaches meetings to promote the role of the Team Trainer and the Head Trainer position
• Meet with Board to discuss role and responsibilities
• Identify available resources - Maintain the Associations EPACT 
• Communicate with all active Trainers
• Introducing the Role, and the Head Trainer
• Provide and support in maintaining all necessary documentation
• Organize pre-season safety meeting with all Trainers Ensure this person is identified in your contact information in the OMHA

Collect, monitor and ensure proper security and disposition of reporting forms relating to COVID-19 and off-ice incidents resulting in injury to a player, volunteer, team official, on-ice official. 

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