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Interested in Volunteering?
Submitted By Marketing on Wednesday, September 22, 2021
Our Oakville Hornets Girls Hockey Association is run by volunteers who have a passion to help grow the fastest growing sport in the world and foster the growth and development of our female athletes. 

To volunteer with the OHGHA please ensure you complete the following steps:
  • All staff members including Managers and Third Party Instructors must register in Ramp on the Coach/Staff registration tab.

  • To access the NEW Planning a safe Return to Hockey link click here: SafeReturntoHockey

  • Staff members are responsible of managing their own certification requirements and completing outstanding certifications based on OWHA’s Requirements. 

  • Members can register for a clinic by visiting - Hockey Canada

  • To review your certifications, please see your Hockey Canada Registry profile here - Hockey Canada Profile. 

    Log into your Spordle account and select “Link a Member” from your dashboard panel.  You must then search for yourself using first name, last name and date of birth.  If you choose you can also search for yourself by your HCR # if you have that.  If not, simply your name and date of birth would be enough for the system to search the HCR database to find your profile.  Once your profile is found, you have to link it to your Spordle account.After this, when you go back into your Spordle account, you will see 2 circles at the top with your initials in them.  The one that has a golden crown is your Spordle account, the other would be your HCR profile. Under the member tab, click on this profile, and you will see the Qualification tab.  This is where you will see all your qualification.  You will not see your qualifications if you look under your Spordle account.

    If you require further assistance, please follow the directions outlined in the document via the link below.  It will walk you through the process.

    For any questions on how to obtain or locate your certifications, please contact [email protected].

  • NCCP is Coaches Certification number.  If you do not have it yet or it is not needed, please enter Pending or N/A.  When obtained, please log back in and enter it so the OWHA can approve your roster.

  • The Hornets no longer accept Police Checks.  Vulnerable Sector Checks (includes Criminal Record Checks) are valid for 3 years from date of issue and staff members must upload them in their profile in Ramp.  If waiting for a Police Check to arrive,  you may upload a note indicating “Police check pending” so you are able to continue your Ramp staff registration.  Please log back into Ramp to upload your police check when you receive it. VSC’s applications are on Halton Police website ( or where staff member’s resides’ police station.  Our Security Volunteer will check all staff members police checks in Ramp for verification and we will remove members from their team roster if they have not complied. 

  • The OWHA will review members certifications in their Hockey Canada Registry profiles and remove those staff members who are missing required qualifications from our team rosters.

    If you are interested in volunteering with the OHGHA please review the following two documents:
    Team Official Qualification Requirements
    OWHA Requirements
 If you have any questions, please contact Elsie.
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