A Canadian program for building a culture of respect within the sport community
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The Respect in Sport program, developed by the Respect Group in Canada, focuses on educating and empowering coaches, youth leaders, and parents to recognize and prevent abuse, bullying and harassment in sports. Available as online learning modules, Respect in Sport consists of two programs. The Respect in Sport Activity Leader/Coach Program, is a 2.5 hour training program for youth leaders within sporting groups/organizations, providing them with information and tools for creating safe and respectful environments, and for becoming positive role models within the sport community. The Respect in Sport Parent Program, designed for parents and caregivers, promotes positive sport behaviors and effective communication between parents and coaches, and provides information and tools for understanding of the roles of coaches and officials with a goal of increasing children’s enjoyment of the sport.
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