2023 Coaching Form (UOVLL)

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    The relationship between a coach and the leagues' athletes' is a special one. Coaches play a very critical role in the development of players, both athletically and personally. Coaches must recognize and respect the authority they hold and must be very careful not to abuse it.

    The values and goals of the Little League program are channelled through the coaches. Therefore, how an athlete regards his or her time in Little League is dependent on the behaviour of the coach.

    Each coach is asked to read and sign this Code, as a commitment to excellence in coaching in the Little League program in Canada.

    1. Being a coach means being reasonable. Players develop at different rates.
    2. Teach your players to play by the rules, just as you play by the rules.
    3. Be constructive in your criticism, followed always by praise for things done right.
    4. Give every player the same chance. Little League is not about the elite player, it’s about getting everyone involved as a part of a team.
    5. Treat the umpire the way you expect your players to treat you; with respect.
    6. Striving to win is not a sin. Striving to win every time, at all costs, means your players are not getting enough different opportunities. Everyone should play both infield and outfield.
    7. Give your voice a rest when the game is on. Use it only to encourage, and discuss the mistakes quietly after the game.
    8. Have fun. You are a volunteer coach, in a volunteer organization, and if it isn’t fun, it isn’t Little League.
    9. If you win, have ice cream. If you lose, have ice cream. If you treat winning and losing the same, you will teach your team a much more valuable lesson.
    By clicking the checkbox, you are acknowledging that you have reviewed the Coaches Code of Conduct. All participants MUST acknowledge reviewing the Coaches Code of Conduct to be eligible to register.


    The Ontario Government has enacted Rowan's Law (Concussion Safety), 2018, S.O. 2018, c. 1 ("Act").  Ontario Regulation 161/19, the Act requires all sports organizations as defined in the Regulation ("Sports Organization"), which includes Pembroke Little League, to have a Concussion Code of Conduct. This Concussion Code of Conduct requires participants, as set out in the Act, to review the Ontario Government's issued Concussion Awareness Resources on an annual basis. A participant is subject to a Concussion Code of Conduct for each Sports Organization a participant registers with.

    The Upper Ottawa Valley Little League Concussion Protocol and the applicable age-appropriate Concussion Awareness Resource Booklet can be found here;

    Concussion Protocol

    By clicking the checkbox, you are acknowledging that you have reviewed the Rowan's Law concussion awareness information. All participants MUST acknowledge reviewing the concussion awareness information to be eligible to register.


    Little League Baseball Canada has implemented a screening program for all Little League volunteers. As a condition of volunteering, I give permission for the Little League organization to conduct background check(s) on me now and as long as I continue to be active with the organization, which may include a review of sex offender registries (some of which contain name only searches which may result in a report being generated that may or may not be me), child abuse, and criminal history records. I understand that, if appointed, my position is conditional upon the league receiving no inappropriate information on my background. I hereby release and agree to hold harmless from liability the local Little League, Little League Baseball Canada, Little League Baseball Incorporated, the officers, employees, and volunteers thereof, or any other person or organization that may provide such information. I also understand that, regardless of previous appointments, Little League is not obligated to appoint me to a volunteer position. If appointed, I understand that, prior to the expiration of my term, I am subject to suspension by the President and removal by the Board of Directors for violation of Little League policies or principles. 
    By clicking the checkbox, you are acknowledging that you have reviewed the Little League Canada Release Form and agree. 

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