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Ringette BC COVID-19 Communications to Associations
Ringette BC has been actively communicating with Associations and ringette families throughout the COVID-19 lock down. All COVID-19 communications are posted below:
- March 13th, COVID-19 Memo
- March 20th, Update to Associations
- March 27th, e-newsletter
- April 2nd, Team Refunds for Cancelled Competitions
- April 3, Update to Associations
- April 17th, e-newsletter
- May 7th, Updates to Associations
- May 20th, Updates to Associations
- May 22nd, E-newsletter
- June 10th, Updates to Associations
Ringette BC will continue to post the updates as they are communicated to families and Associations. Follow us on social media for additional updates that are being shared and posted on our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Tiering and Evaluations Memorandum – Please read the Tiering and Evaluations Memorandum from Ringette BC. This document was shared with all League and Association Presidents in August.
Update to Ringette BC’s Concussion policy. Ringette BC will now accept Making Headway in Sport as well as the Concussion Awareness Training Tool (CATT).
Please read the policy update advisory for details.
The Coaching Association of Canada has made changes to the Making Ethical Decisions module. The CAC has changed the course and evaluation to require that only a single course is all that is required.
Please read the Memo from Ringette Canada for details.
Ringette Canada memo regarding the change in Professional development credits and attendance for coaches at Canadian Ringette Championships can be found on the Coaching page of the Ringette BC website or use the link provided.
Memo to the President’s of all Ringette BC Associations,
- RE: code of Conducts
Further to discussions at the 2016 Annual General meeting, Ringette BC has made adjustments to the Code of Conducts and has introduced a new code of conduct for General Volunteers. The Codes of Conduct policy has not changed. The revised codes and the new code are now posted on the Ringette BC website (www.ringettebc.ca). The codes posted on the website are the codes that are to be used starting this playing season. The Codes are attached to this memo for your information and distribution as you see fit.
- RE: Registration Acknowledgement
The delegates to the 2016 Annual General Meeting gave Ringette BC the task of implementing policies that would assist club Associations to respond effectively to instances of misconduct by their members. In response to this assignment, Ringette BC has implemented a requirement that all adults registering to play Ringette in BC or who are registering their children to play Ringette in BC acknowledge they know the standards of conduct of Ringette BC anyone involved with the game or watching the game. The acknowledgement includes the list of penalties that may be applied for misconduct. The Registration Acknowledgement form has now been included with Karelo registration. Any registrations for the 2016-17 season that occurred prior to the implementation of the acknowledgement requirement will be sent the acknowledgement by the Ringette BC Office. Registrants are asked to sign the acknowledgement and give it to their Registrar with their registration. The Association Registrars should keep the signed Acknowledgements. This is an interim step. We anticipate that for registration for the 2017-2018 season and onwards, the Acknowledgement will be entirely electronic and will not require in the involvement of the Association Registrars.
November 17 Board of Directors of Ringette BC passed the following resolution: Be it resolved that Ringette BC policy be amended to read that a fine of twice the Provincial Championships Tournament fee plus up to $2500 fine be levied against teams which withdraw from attending any of the Calibers of play of the Provincial Championships.
UPDATED COACHING CREDENTIALS MEMO:
Please read the Memo regarding the coaching credentials for the up-coming season.
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