Ensuring a safe environment for all is our priority
The St-Hubert Soccer Club is committed to providing a healthy and safe environment for everyone and where players can play with pleasure and confidence. In this sense, the CSSH condemns any form of abuse, harassment, intimidation and discrimination.
In addition to our code of ethics, here are guidelines governing all members of the CSSH who interact with young athletes:
Here is a guide to reporting inappropriate conduct:
Child Sexual Abuse or Misconduct
It is important to know that anyone who is aware that a child is being - or is at risk of being - abused is legally and morally obliged to act and report it to child welfare or the police.
Here are resources to help parents, caregivers and volunteers know what to do if they are concerned about child abuse and misconduct.
For the parents :
For educators and volunteers:
Canada Soccer Rule of Two
The Canada Soccer Rule of Two states that "there will always be two NCCP verified, certified and trained coaches with an athlete in situations in which the athlete is potentially vulnerable." Individual interactions between a coach and an athlete, without the presence of another person, should be avoided in all circumstances, except in the event of a medical emergency. "
Is no 2nd verified and certified trainer available? ➡️ A verified volunteer takes the place
Is no verified volunteer available? ➡️ A parent temporarily replaces him
Is no other adult is available? ➡️ There should always be more than one athlete with the coach (however, this is the lowest standard and is not recommended).
To read the rule of two in full:
In case of concerns about inappropriate behaviour, parents and educators should contact Technical Director Nasson Theosmy by email at email@example.com.
Resource person within the CSSH:
Sabrina Morningstar and Camille Lavallée
Canadian Sport Helpline