Trainer Resources


Injury Report

Concussion Guidelines:


Concussion Guidelines for the Coach Trainer

Medical Clearance to Play  - Return to Play Guidelines


Parental Trainer Consent Form


The trainer on your bench must have the appropriate certification as per the ALA Trainer Regulation:

"Trainers must have the appropriate certification. Appropriate certification is defined as one of the following:

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


  1. b) Canadian Red Cross Standard First Aid & First Responder
  2. c) Canadian Red Cross Sport First Responder and Sport Aid course
  3. d) Hockey Canada Safety Program (HCSP)
  4. e) An appropriate designation (examples: MD; RN; Physiotherapist, Police Officer;

Firefighter, Chiropractor; Registered Massage Therapist).

 From the above, please be clear CPR (as a stand-alone certification) is NOT

an equivalency."

*We will let you know about any First Aid/AIM courses the Axemen may hold - stay tuned


Please email Meghan Mann at for information regarding  first aid & training.

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