Sport Yukon is committed to protecting our community from physical and emotional injury. We do this through education, which leads to informed prevention. We’re proud to help protect sport in the Yukon by providing the following tools and knowledge.






Safe, inclusive sport environments help make sport rewarding and enriching for all. Creating a culture where everyone can thrive is a shared responsibility. Safe Sport Training was developed to help anyone involved in sport — whether you have direct contact with athletes or work in the background — to promote physical, psychological, and social health, in line with the Universal Code of Conduct to Prevent and Address Maltreatment in Sport.  Safe Sport Training gives you the knowledge and skills to create those environments by recognizing, addressing and preventing maltreatment in sport.

As of April 1, 2020, all Sport Canada-funded organizations are mandated to have training in safe sport available to everyone under their immediate authority.  If you have been asked to complete the Coaching Association of Canada’s Safe Sport Training, you will find the information you need about what’s involved and how to begin.

Training is available free of charge through the Coaching Association of Canada (CAC)  online portal, the Locker.


Who’s required to take safe sport training?

As of April 1, 2020, all Sport Canada-funded organizations are mandated to have training in safe sport available to everyone under their immediate authority including:

  • Senior staff
  • High-performance directors
  • Case managers
  • Adjudicators
  • Investigators
  • Operational board members
  • National team athletes
  • Parents of junior athletes
  • Coaches
  • High-performance staff,
  • National Training Centre staff
  • Nationally appointed coach developers
  • Integrated support team personnel (mental, strength and conditioning, nutrition, physio, massage, etc.)
  • Contractors
  • Officials
  • Organizing committee members
  • Administration/finance staff
  • Governance committee members
  • Judicial boards
  • Governance board members
  • Event volunteers
  • Office staff

Your sport organization may have also requested that you complete this training to comply with its own policies. Check with your organization to confirm.


Understand that everyone has a role to play in keeping sport safe, how the misuse of power leads to maltreatment, and the principles of the Universal Code of Conduct.

Learn about the various types of maltreatment, the conditions that enable them, and how to recognize signs that they may be happening.

Find out what to do if you suspect maltreatment, and how you can create a culture that protects all participants.

How do I access the CAC Training?

To get started, login to your Locker account and select Safe Sport Training.

If you don’t already have a Locker account, it’s easy to register:

  1. Go to the Locker and click “Don’t have an NCCP#? Create one now!”
  2. Review and agree to the terms and conditions and privacy policy.
  3. Click the “I want to create a Locker account box, fill in the required fields and click “Register”.
  4. Follow the instructions in the verification email you receive.