Tyke League Registration 2019/20, Tyke (Brantford Girls Hockey Association)

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  1. NOTE:  Tyke players must be able to skate without any skating aid/supportive device.

    If player requires an aid, please complete Ice Kitten Registration:  click here

  2. I hereby authorize and permit the player listed below to participate in all of BGHA’S activities in accordance with all of its rules and policies. I hereby release and absolve BGHA Inc., and all the volunteers, employees and representatives from any responsibilities due to any injury that may occur.
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Release of Information
The Brantford Girls Hockey Association (BGHA) will use the information collected in this Player Registration form for the sole purpose of providing hockey programming. Permission is hereby granted to BGHA for the Player information to be forwarded, as required, to the OWHA, respective league, and the BGHA team that the player will be rostered with. Permission is also being granted to the BGHA and the respective team, for the player information to be used, if necessary, website pictures promoting the team or the league, and in tournament programs that the team competes in.
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  1. Code of Conduct

    To foster reasonable behaviour, enhance sportsmanship and to make competition a developmental experience, the BGHA requires its players and parents to meet minimum standards of deportment. All coaches, athletes and parents in the BGHA are required to sign a copy of our Code of Conduct Contract and abide by the rules obtained therein.

    General Responsibilities
    All individuals have a responsibility to:
    1.  Maintain and enhance the dignity and self-esteem of all individuals by:
    a.  Demonstrating respect to individuals regardless of body type, physical characteristics, athletic ability, gender, ancestry, color, ethnic or racial origin, nationality, national origin, sexual orientation, age, marital status, religion, religious belief, politictical belief, disability or economic status;
    b.  Focusing comments or criticism appropriately and avoiding public criticism of athletes, coaches, officials, organizers, volunteers, employees and members
    c.  Consistently demonstrating the spirit of sportsmanship, sports leadership and ethical conduct;
    d.  Acting, when appropriate, to prevent or correct practices that are unjustly discriminatory;
    e.  Consistently treating individuals fairly and reasonably;
    f.  Ensuring that the rules of girls' hockey, and the spirit of such rules, are adhered to.

    2.  Refrain from any behavior that constitutes harassment, where harassment is defined as comment or conduct directed towards an individual or group, which is offensive, abusive, racist, sexist, degrading or malicious.  Types of behavior that constitute harassment include, but are not limited to:
    a.  Written or verbal abuse, threats or outbursts
    b.  The display of visual material which is offensive or which one ought to know is offensive;
    c.  Unwelcomed remarks, jokes, comments, innuendos or taunts;
    d.  Leering or other suggestive or obscene gestures;
    e.  Condescending or patronizing behavior which is intended to undermine self-esteem, diminish performance or adversely affect working conditions;
    f.  Practical jokes which cause awkwardness or embarrassment, endanger a person's safety or negatively affect performance;
    g.  Any form of hazing;
    h.  Unwanted physical contact including touching, petting, pinching or kissing;
    i.  Unwelcome sexual flirtations, advances, requests or invitations;
    j.  Physical or sexual assault;
    k.  Behaviors such as those described above that are not directed towards individuals or groups but have the same effect of creating a negative or hostile environment; or
    l.  Retaliation or threats of retaliation against an individual who reports harassment;
    m.  Any of the latter that is disseminated through the use of media, including but not limited to:
    - Online social media, texting, online forums, online chat rooms, blogs, etc.

    3.  Refrain from any behavior that consitutes sexual harassment, where sexual harassment is defined as unwelcome sexual comments and sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, or conduct of a sexual nature.
    Types of behavior that constitute sexual harassment include, but are not limited to:
    a.  Sexist jokes;
    b. Display of sexually offensive material;
    c.  Sexually degrading words used to describe a person;
    d.  Inquiries or comments about a person's sex life;
    e.  Unwelcome sexual flirtations, advances or propositions;
    f.  Persistent unwanted contact;
    g.  Sexual assault

    4.  Refrain from the use of power or authority in an attempt to coerce another person to engage in inappropriate activities.

    5.  In the case of adults, avoid consuming alcohol in situations where minors are present, and take reasonable steps to manage the responsible consumption of alcoholic beverages in adult - oriented social situations associated with BGHA events.

    6. Respect the property of others and not willfully cause damage.

    7.  Respect and understand the Cellphones, Cameras are not permitted in change rooms.

    8.  Abstain from the non-medical use of drugs or the use of performance enhancing drugs or methods.  Comply at all times with the Constitution, Bylaws, policies, rules and regulations of the BGHA, as adopted and amended from time to time.

    9.  Adhere to all Federal Provincial, Municipal or host country laws.

    In addition to the General Responsibilities listed above, Athletes will have additional responsibilities to:
    1.  Report any medical problems in a timely fashion, where such problems may limit the athlete's ability to travel, train or complete.
    2.  Participate and appear on time in all competitions, practices, training sessions, events, activities or projects.
    3.  properly represent themselves and not attempt to enter a competition for which they are not eligible, by reason of age, classification or other reasons.
    4.  Adhere to the BGHA's rules and requirements regarding clothing and equipment
    5.  Play hockey because they want to, not because others or coaches require it
    6.  Play by the rules of the BGHA, hockey and in the spirit of the game.
    7.  Control their temper and refrain from fighting.
    8.  Be a true team player.
    9.  Take into consideration that winning is not everything - that having fun, improving skills, making friends and doing their best are very important.
    10.  Respect coaches and officials as they are there to support and help the athlete.
    11.  Act as an ambassador of the game of hockey and conduct themselves in a manner that reflects such a position.

    Parents/Guardians and Spectators
    In addition to the General Responsibilities listed above, Parents/Guardians of Individual and Spectators will:
    1.  Encourage athletes to play by the rules and to resolve conflicts without resorting to hostility or violence.
    2.  Condemn the use of violence in any form;
    3.  Never ridicule a participant for making a mistake during a performance or practice;
    4.  Provide positive comments that motivate and encourage participants continued effort;
    5.  Respect the decisions and judgments of referees, and encourage athletes to do the same;
    6.  Never question an official's judgment or honesty;
    7.  Support all efforts to remove verbal and physical abuse, coercion, intimidation and sarcasm from the sport of hockey;
    8.  Respect and show appreciation to all competitors, and to the coaches, officials and other volunteers who give their time to the sport of hockey;
    9.  Refrain from the use of bad language, nor harass competitors, coaches, officials, parents/guardians or other spectators;
    10.  Never force their athlete to participate in the sport of hockey;
    11.  Remember that their athlete plays the sport of hockey for her enjoyment
    12.  Teach their athlete that doing one's best is as important as winning so that their child will never feel
    13.  Ensure that their athlete feels like a winner every time by offering praise for competing fairly and hard
    14.  Support all efforts to remove verbal and physical abuse from the game of hockey.

    Implementation Process 

    All parents and athletes must read and acknowledge the applicable Code of Conduct Policy in this on-line form to complete their registration process with BGHA.  Athletes will be prohibited to be registered or evaluated by the BGHA if the Code of Conduct Policy is not accepted in this submission.
    At the commencement of each season, each BGHA team will be required to have a meeting with all management, parents and players to review the BGHA Code of Conduct and reiterate that the expectation of the BGHA is one hundred percent (100%) compliance.
    The meeting will cover the following:
    a) Detail the objectives for the year
    b) Outline the team's expectation
    c) Lay out the consequences
    d) Explain the team's responsibilites
    e) Explain BGHA's responsibilities
    In the event that a parent, coach, athlete or team manager does not complete this registration form, such individual is still subject to this Code of Conduct.
    Members can report any misconduct or violation of this code using the BGHA Complaint Policy found on the BGHA website under forms and policies.

Respect in Sports for Parents
The OWHA requires that parents complete the Respect in Sport for Parents on-line course. The BGHA requires that one parent must take this course in the process of registration. The website address is below or there is a link in the website under Parents/Guardians. https://owhaparent.respectgroupinc.com/ , The cost of this on-line course is $12.00.
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  1. BGHA Policies

    Review and understand BGHA policies:


  2. Brantford Ice Cats Girls Hockey Association:  Fair Play Contract for PLAYERS

    1.  I will follow the rules of FAIR PLAY:
    * I will respect the rules of the game
    * I will respect my opponents, team mates and coaches
    * I will respect the officials and their decisions
    * I will maintain my self-control at all times.
    2.  I am on a team and will be a team player
    3.  I will play hockey because I want to
    4.  I will abide by all team rules as determined by my coaches and supported by the BGHA Executive.
    5.  I agree to abide by the association dress code.
    6.  Foul language towards teammates, coaches, officials or opponents will not be tolerated.
    7.  I will not be critical of teammates and will always encourage good team play.
    8.  I will remember that coaches and officials are there to help me.  I will accept their decisions and show them respect.
    9.  I am responsible for my own equipment and will ensure that it is complete, safe and in good condition.
    10.  I shall participate in every game and every practice except for illness, injury, work, family or school commitments.  If I must miss a game or practice, I will contact a coach or the manager as soon as possible.
    11.  I acknowledge that I am representing the BGHA and not only my team.  I shall behave myself at all times and in all public places.   
  3. Brantford Ice Cats Girls Hockey Association:  Fair Play Contract for PARENTS/GUARDIANS:

    1.  Parents/guardians will actively encourage and support the concepts of FAIR PLAY at all times.
         The concepts are:  
    * Respect the rules
    * Respect the opponents, team mates and coaches
    * Respect the officials and their decisions
    * Maintain myself control at all times
    2.  I will remember that my child plays hockey for her own enjoyment, not for mine.
    3.  Parents/guardians shall support the whole team, not just their own child
    4.  Parents/guardians shall not be critical, embarrass, or heckle any players or coaches, including the opposition.
    5.  Parents/guardians shall not criticize the referee.
    6.  Parents/guardians shall leave the coaching to the coaching staff.  Parents are not to encourage their child to play the game in a manner inconsistent with team strategies or plans.
    7.  Parents/guardians shall communicate any and all concerns to the coach or team manager.
    8.  Parents/guardians will support and promote players to abide by all team rules as determined by the coaches and supported by the BGHA Executive.
    9.  Parents/guardians are reminded that no player will be allowed on the ice without complete and safe equipment.
    10.  Parents/guardians shall not use abusive or foul language at any team game or function.
  4. Concussion Code of Conduct for Athletes and Parents/Guardians (for athletes under 18 year of age)

    Items marked with an asterisk * are mandatory by O.Reg. 161/19: General.

    I will help prevent concussions by:
    ·     Wearing the proper equipment for my sport and wearing it correctly.

    • Developing my skills and strength so that I can participate to the best of my ability.
    • Respecting the rules of my sport or activity.
    • My commitment to fair play and respect for all* (respecting other athletes, coaches, team trainers and officials).

    I will care for my health and safety by taking concussions seriously, and I understand that:
    ·     A concussion is a brain injury that can have both short- and long-term effects.

    • A blow to my head, face or neck, or a blow to the body that causes the brain to move around inside the skull may cause a concussion.
    • I don’t need to lose consciousness to have had a concussion.
    • I have a commitment to concussion recognition and reporting, including self-reporting of possible concussion and reporting to a designated person when and individual suspects that another individual may have sustained a concussion.(Meaning: If I think I might have a concussion I should stop participating in further training, practice or competitionimmediately, or tell an adult if I think another athlete has a concussion).
    • Continuing to participate in further training, practice or competition with a possible concussion increases my risk of more severe, longer lasting symptoms, and increases my risk of other injuries.

    I will not hide concussion symptoms. I will speak up for myself and others.

    • I will not hide my symptoms. I will tell a coach, official, team trainer, parent or another adult I trust if I experience any symptoms of concussion.
    • If someone else tells me about concussion symptoms, or I see signs they might have a concussion, I will tell a coach, official, team trainer, parent or another adult I trust so they can help.
    • I understand that if I have a suspected concussion, I will be removed from sport and that I will not be able to return to training, practice or competition until I undergo a medical assessment by a medical doctor or nurse practitioner and have been medically cleared to return to training, practice or competition.  
    • I have a commitment to sharing any pertinent information regarding incidents of removal from sport with the athlete’s school and any other sport organization with which the athlete has registered* (Meaning: If I am diagnosed with a concussion, I understand that letting all of my other coaches and teachers know about my injury will help them support me while I recover.)

    I will take the time I need to recover, because it is important for my health.

    • I understand my commitment to supporting the return-to-sport process* (I will have to follow my sport organization’s Return-to-Sport Protocol).
    • I understand I will have to be medically cleared by a medical doctor or nurse practitioner before returning to training, practice or competition.
    • I will respect my coaches, team trainers, parents, health-care professionals, and medical doctors and nurse practitioners, regarding my health and safety.
  5. Registration Payment

    Registration fee is $225.00 per player. 


    We have created a BGHA Payment Methods document that can be found in the global registration page or in the On-line Library in your Team’s Home Page in the website.  Your may pay through the ITSportsNet page or we do accept cash, debit, e-transfer, Visa or Mastercard. 
    To arrange payment at the office, please email Lisa - 
    [email protected]


    Thank you.

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