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2017 / 08 / 27

3.4 Parent Respect in Sport Module

Respect in Sport is an accessible, online resource on the prevention of bullying, abuse, harassment, and discrimination (BAHD). The program’s mission is to empower participants to recognize signs of BAHD and eliminate it from the game, through a global culture of respect.

  • One parent or guardian of an athlete must complete the mandatory online Respect in Sport Course o

  • An individual certification number will be issued per person and must be entered into each child’s profile in NRS

  • A Club admin account and login details has been emailed to each Club contact. If you have not received an email please contact Carrie Campbell (

  • The 2017-2018 OVA Individual Waiver/Registration Form will also contain a box for the Respect in Sport certificate number

  • The $12 cost of the course is the responsibility of the parent or guardian 5

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This course empowers people to recognize and prevent abuse, bullying and harassment through


interactive, online certification

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The parent course is transferable between sports I.e. if completed for Ontario Soccer Association, the parent can record that number in their OVA Respect in Sport profile at: and in the National Registration System (NRS) Only one certificate number is required per household i.e. if multiple siblings play with in the OVA the course only needs to be completed once

Parents will be required to complete the modules by November 1, 2017. If you require an extension on this deadline please contact Carrie Campbell at
If certificate numbers are not on file for an athlete, they will not be permitted to compete at Ontario Championships 2018.

Additional information on Respect in Sport can be found by clicking here.
Please click here
to register in Respect in Sport and complete the online module. 

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