Coaches/Volunteers (North Perth Outlaws Lacrosse)

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Coaches
North Perth Lacrosse Association is looking for coaches!  If you are interested in coaching or becoming an assistant coach, please contact Kyle Machan [email protected] 

Interested in Coaching?
Coaches must attend a one day Community Development clinic offered by the OLA, complete an online concussion awareness module, and complete a Police check.
House league coaches/"floor helpers" do NOT need to attend an OLA coaching clinic.


Information on upcoming coaching clinics will be available when dates become public.  


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Trainers
We are also looking for more trainers for 2022. Each team must have their own trainer on the bench for games and only 1 trainer can be on the bench. The following list are recognized:

1)  Any St. John Ambulance Emergency First Aid course of 8 hours (or more)

2)  Canadian Red Cross Standard First Aid & Basic CPR course

3)  Sport Alliance of Ontario/Canadian Red Cross Sport First Aid course

4)  Ontario Hockey Trainer’s current certification program

5) A professional designation which includes a current letter of employment (acceptable examples: MD; RN; Police Officer, Firefighter, First Responder, Paramedic)

6)  Lifesaving Society (Ontario) Standard First Aid course

7)  Action First Aid Standard First Aid course

8)  Rescue 7 Standard First Aid course

9)  Lifesaving Society (Quebec) Emergency First Aid/AED-Sports & Recreation

10) Workplace Medical Corp Emergency First Aid/CPR/AED Awareness

11) Workplace Medical Corp Standard First Aid/CPR/AED Awareness


Managers
This important roles ensures the smooth operation of the team and allows the coaches to concentrate on lacrosse activities. The role includes:
-relaying floor times to parents, scheduling changes & helping to manage attendance
-submitting game sheets to the Zone
-assisting with tournament(s)

Parent Rep

The parent rep will help with the above manager duties but the main role includes:
-promoting volunteer opportunities for parents and collecting volunteer hours at the end of the season
-team fundraisers
-helping to organize home game box duties (scorekeeper, time clock & shot clock)

Police Checks
Police checks are mandatory for coaches, trainers and some volunteers. Please contact the executive with your intent to be a coach, trainer or "floor helper" before getting this done. There is a letter to bring to your local police services on the documents page.


All coaching staff including the managers must have an approved police check completed for the playing season which they are on the bench for.