|The HTCP Level I program is the introductory level of the program which introduces the participant to the principles of injury and risk management. Topics include: |
Purpose of the Program
Fair Play Codes
Hockey Trainer's Responsibilities
Medical Information Files and Injury Reporting
First Aid Kit
Bullying, Harassment and Abuse*
Protective Equipment and Hygiene
Injury Prevention Techniques
Emergency Action Plan
Injury Recognition and Management
Spinal Injuries and Concussions
Injuries and Illness
Removing Players From Action/Coordinating Return to Play
Nutrition and Hydration, Hygiene, Performance Enhancing Drugs HIV and Hockey, Exercise Induced Bronchiospam
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Clinic Length: 6.5 hours
Re-certification: Every 3 years with a universal expiration date of August 31/yr.
No equivalencies are permitted
Examination in class is 75% passing grade
Age Requirement: The minimum age in which a participant can be certified as trainer in the HTCP is 16 years of age, however, the trainer must be at least 2 years older than the team age for which they are a trainer. It is highly recommended that this age group work as an assistant trainer for one (1) year prior to being allowed to take full responsibility for a team.
(*) The Bullying, Harassment and Abuse component that is included in the HTCP is a condensed version derived from the Speak Out program. This module discusses specific topics relating to the hockey trainer, however, it is not a substitute for the “Speak Out” program course. Please contact your Branch/Division for information on Speak Out clinic dates and locations.