Covid-19 Safety Protocols

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    Hand sanitizing stations will be placed around the venue and athletes and staff will wash their hands regularly. Volleyballs will be sanitized regularly.

    Players will have to follow the latest Ministry of Health/Ontario Volleyball guidelines with regards to wearing masks during physical activity.

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High Performance Volleyball Training


Programs for REP Players

Tryouts for rep teams are held during the two week ‘tryout window’ dates set by the Ontario Volleyball Association (OVA). These dates have not yet been announced by the OVA but are usually held in September each year.

Players who have played rep volleyball before are encouraged to improve upon their volleyball skills as much as possible over the summer months.

One excellent option for doing this is enrolling in our Elite Beach Volleyball training program. Beach Volleyball is an excellent way to improve your overall volleyball skills because due to the nature of the game, every player is thoroughly involved in every rally e.g. serving, passing, setting, hitting, blocking, etc. etc.

Another excellent option is the Elite Indoor Volleyball training program (exclusively for rep players). This is a weekly 2-hour training program focusing on developing individual volleyball skills in a high performance setting. The program runs throughout June, July and August.

The Volleyball Canada Regional Excellence Program is similar to the Elite Indoor Volleyball training program only it is 90 minutes in length and held on Sundays.

Another option is our Summer Volleyball Camp for younger players (grades 6 to 7). Players will get at least 30 hours of volleyball training in a single week.

Our Advantage Camps/Pre-tryout Camps held in late August are also good options.


Staff will be supervising check-in at the front door for each program. They will ask health screening questions to ensure no one with COVID symptoms enters the building and collect data to enable contact tracing. Only players will be permitted in the facility to ensure smaller numbers (no parents or spectators). The exception is Canlan Sports where one parent per child will be permitted inside the facility. Pakmen staff will conduct temperature checks when players enter the volleyball courts. Hand sanitizing stations will be placed around the venue and athletes and staff will wash their hands regularly. Coaches will wear masks at all times. Players will have to follow the latest Ministry of Health/Ontario Volleyball guidelines with regards to wearing masks during physical activity. Physical distancing of 2m will be enforced during these times. Volleyballs will be sanitized regularly.

As of January 4, 2022, a verified QR code along with Government issued ID will be the only form of accepted verification for the vaccine. For more information on how to get a verified QR code, please visit the Government of Ontario site below.

Covid-19 Vaccine Proof – Government of Ontario