Monthly Archives: February, 2014

Respect in Sport’s course gains support of hockey parents, coaches

February 28th, 2014 Parents, Respect in Sport

Respect in Sport’s course gains support of hockey parents, coaches


A Calgary-designed course aimed at promoting better behaviour in coaches and parents at minor games seems to have the support of its participants.

Respect in Sport’s one-hour online course has been mandatory over the past three years for hockey parents and coaches in Alberta, as well as in other parts of the country. More than 91,000 parents and coaches have completed the course across Canada.

Mount Royal University surveyed 1,000 participants about the course. Of those, 70 per cent believe the course should be taken more than once. Only eight per cent of those who filled out the survey opposed the program. MORE


I'd like to learn more:

Media Inquiries

Privacy Policy

Helpdesk Support

Sexual harassment training, Workplace harassment training, Workplace misconduct training, Workplace incivility, Incivility in the Workplace, Workplace bullying, sensitivity training, discrimination staff training, inclusive workplace training, workplace diversity training, inclusive / diverse workplace, How to create a strong culture and environment of inclusiveness? How to address workplace discrimination, bullying & harassment, How to provide employees with skills and tools to minimize hostility in the workplace? How to create a positive workplace? How can I teach my employees to respect our code of conduct? How can I bring my employees to the same page regarding accurate? What can you do as a manager to avoid harassment or bullying? Bill 168 training Ontario, Bill 132 training Ontario

Copyright © Respect Group Inc. All rights reserved.

Respect Group offers 24/7 bilingual helpdesk support.

To Assist our Helpdesk, we request you access the URL of the program where you are experiencing difficulty.

When viewing the program URL, you will see a link for Helpdesk Support in the lower left-hand corner . Click on this link to see brief troubleshooting steps or contact the Helpdesk.