These resources are available and recommended to all coaches regardless of coaching level and program.
The Respect in Sport for Coaches and Activity Leaders Program is to train youth leaders to recognize, understand and respond to issues of bullying, abuse, harassment, and discrimination.
The NCCP Emergency Action Plan Module prepares coaches to respond calmly, quickly, and effectively if a sports participant is seriously injured during practice or competition.
The NCPP Making Head Way Module prepares coaches, athletes and spectators in concussion awareness through resources created by the Coaches Association of Canada.
The goal of the Rule of Two is to ensure all interactions and communications are open, observable, and justifiable. Its purpose is to protect participants (especially minors) and coaches in potentially vulnerable situations by ensuring more than one adult is present.
Safe Sport Training was developed to help anyone involved in sport — whether you have direct contact with athletes or work in the background — to promote physical, psychological, and social health, in line with the Universal Code of Conduct to Prevent and Address Maltreatment in Sport.
Whether you were out of sports events for an acute reason (like an injury or COVID-19) or have taken some time off since your last foray into athletics, it is important to ease back in slowly. The best way to get athletes back to the games they love is to prevent illness and injury. This article will cover how to minimize the risk of infections, overheating, and trauma.
Coaches across all programs should also be aware of Mount Pearl Soccer Association policies which can be found under our MPSA Policies page.