Respect Group programs were developed in partnership with the Canadian Red Cross to provide organizations with a bilingual and cost-effective abuse, bullying and harassment solution. Making good people better is the result.
Respect matters everywhere; our programs enable your organization to:
- Fully embrace what is right
- To know how to respond appropriately
- To feel safe to act when they see or experience something that is wrong
Respect in Sport for Activity Leaders offers a highly engaging and easy to use internet-based training course for sport leaders of all levels; (recreational, competitive and elite). The intent of this required training is to:
- Empower and educate youth leaders/coaches on the prevention of bullying, abuse, harassment and discrimination (BAHD)
- Build a holistic culture of respect within the sport community
- Provide fundamental training tools which enable ALL coaches and youth leaders to become even better role models for the young athletes in their care
This unique certification program compliments Respect in Sport for Activity Leaders by reinforcing a parents role in a child or youth’s activities, encouraging positive sport behaviours, and providing insight into the various roles other individuals (such as coaches and officials) play. This Respect in Sport for Parents program:
- Empowers parents to ensure the safety of their children
- Encourages positive and effective communication
- Enhances a child’s fun and camaraderie of the activity
Respect in the Workplace was developed to provide organizations, of all sizes, in any industry, with a standard tool for all employees to combat bullying, abuse, harassment and discrimination (BAHD) directly.
RiW is an on-line educational program which empowers all employees to:
- Understand the effects of discrimination,harassment and workplace bullying
- How to recognize these harmful behaviours and what to do about them, whether you are the victim, aggressor, witness or bystander
RiW is a fully outsourced solution available to any organization interested in protecting the interests of the corporation and each and every one of its employees.
- School bus drivers, custodians, parent volunteers;
and any other individuals who interact with students in a leadership role with the information they require to understand and respond to incidents of bullying, abuse, harassment, discrimination and neglect. Respect in School is a fully outsourced on-line solution available to any school, school board or organization interested in protecting the interests of it’s students, personnel and the organization as a whole.
Lacing Up was developed for
- Young Players (approximately 6-8 years old) who are entry level and “Lacing Up” for the first time
Lacing Up is a fun, online, game-based program that helps Novice Players (6-8 year olds) learn the fundamentals of being a successful, respectful young hockey player. Lacing Up focuses on the skills players need to know off the ice to stay healthy, play fair, support their teammates, respect officials, and contribute positively to their team.
This hour long program, which we encourage parents to take along with their child, covers key curriculum elements;
- Long Term Player Development, including; growth and development, nutrition, hydration, and sleep.
- Playing fair, including: the Hockey Canada Fair Play Pledge, respect for teammates, officials, and opponents and recognizing that everyone makes mistakes.
- Recognizing and dealing with bullying, including: types of bullying, what to do about bullying if you are the target or if you see it happening.
- Respect for the game, each other, and ourselves.
Young players experience all of this through the stories, adventures, quizzes and games played with five young animated characters, their coach and Puckster.