Commit to Kids Resources

Commit to Kids for Coaches eLearning module: online training that empowers coaches with practical information to help them enhance child and youth safety in sport. It highlights the importance of understanding boundaries, sexual misconduct and reporting inappropriate behaviour. Upon completion of this training and a successful knowledge validation test, coaches will receive three NCCP professional development points towards the maintenance of certification.

Commit to Kids Kit and Policies and Procedures Workbook: a step-by-step program to help prevent sexual abuse from happening within child-serving organizations. The kit includes the Commit to Kids manual, sample code of conduct, sample policies and procedures, and a steps for reporting inappropriate conduct and steps for reporting child abuse card.

Resource sheets for both coaches and parents with information on the coach-athlete relationship, guidelines for interactions between adults and athletes, as well as how to report inappropriate behaviour and child sexual abuse.

A parent guide designed to provide parents with information about risks and help them mobilize their communities to create safer environments for children.

Youth resources for ages 4 -18 that cover a variety of personal safety topics, including healthy relationships, boundaries, addressing high-risk behaviour, online safety, as well as building capacity to handle difficult situations and knowing how and when to seek help.

The Duty to Report page contains information about the legal to duty to report a child in need of protection, with specific information listed by province/territory (with information gleaned from provincial legislation and Child Protection Services websites). The information on the Duty to Report page is about legal duty and is a complement/support to information about internal reporting procedures within an organization.