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Clinics for Team Officials



All Team Officials are required, as per BC Hockey, to complete the following certifications:

- Manager - Respect in Sport
- Safety Person - Respect in Sport and HCSP (trainer) certification
- Coach (Head & Assistant) - Respect in Sport (RIS) and coach certification


For more information on RIS, Coaching clinics, or HCSP clinics and/ or register, please visit BC Hockey's clinic page for the most up-to-date information.  

Criminal Record Check:

In addition, as part of BMHA's risk management process it is mandatory that all Team Officials complete a criminal background check. More information can be found here.




In order to register for a BC Hockey clinic, you will require a "HOCKEY ID".  If you do not have one or cannot remember your ID, please contact the Registrar at and provide the following information:

  • Full Name
  • Email address
  • Home Address
  • Phone number (s)
  • Birthdate 



Attending clinics will require you pay online at time of registration.  BMHA will reimburse Team Officials for completion of their required certifications.

For HCSP (Hockey Canada Safety Program) and RiS (Respect In Sport - formerly SpeakOut) clinic costs, please email with your name, team that you were rostered to, and a copy of your receipt. 

Coaching clinic attendees are required to complete post-task assignments that must be verified by the Head Coach of BMHA first.   Please email our Head Coach at to arrange a time for verification of assignments.  Upon verification, attendees can then submit to BC Hockey for formal certification and then submit a reimbursement request to will also reimburse you for coaching clinics once you have completed all the assigned homework and receive certification from BC Hockey, you can submit a reimbursement request to our Head Coach via email with a copy of your receipt.