Covid-19 Safety Protocols

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). 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

Daily Health Screening Questionnaire – Canlan Sports

Daily Health Screening Questionnaire – Pakmen Courts

Daily Health Screening Questionnaire – E.C. Drury

Daily Health Screening Questionnaire – St. Mildred’s

As per Regional Department of Health law, all players 12 years of age and older will be required to provide proof of being fully vaccinated along with identification at the door each week. The Region of Peel is giving players 12 years of age a 4 week grace period to receive their vaccination after they turn 12.

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High Performance Volleyball REP

Volleyball Canada Regional Excellence Program LogoVolleyball Canada is pleased to announce the Regional Excellence Program (REP) in Mississauga. This program will be run in partnership with the Pakmen Volleyball Club, one of only two Volleyball Canada accredited clubs.

The REP is a high performance volleyball training program designed specifically to prepare athletes who are committed to the sport of volleyball and preparing to pursue their volleyball career. Being a part of this program will give you the opportunity to train and excel, with a focus on developing your skills and prepare you for the university, college, and national team levels. Assisting with this process of development will be our coaching staff of seasoned, NCPP volleyball certified coaches.

REP will target the Train to Train (Stream 1 – U12-U14) and Learn to Compete (Stream 2 & 3 – U15-U18) stages of athlete development.

Train to Train (Stream 1) – Develops physical capacities and volleyball skills. Coaches will focus on developing technical skills with each athlete, and teaching proper motor patterns to enhance the performance of each skill.

Learn to Compete (Stream 2 & 3) – Consolidates volleyball skills and develops fitness. The coaches will be putting athletes through high intensity drills that are relative to competition, preparing athletes for Provincial and National tournaments.

Want to read more on REP in Mississauga? Click here.

REP Spotlight

“I was a REP Mississauga athlete from the age of 16 and it was a great way for me to get extra touches and take my skills to the next level. The coaches at REP Mississauga are patient and dedicated to coaching young athletes to achieve their volleyball goals. Thank you!”

-Sharone Vernon-Evans





The Sunday REP Session will be led by Dustin Reid, Jessy Satti, Michael Alebert, Prateek Yadav, Aleksandar Mumuzic and Kadeem Clarke.

REP Coordinator

Dustin Reid is a former professional and national team player who is currently in charge of Volleyball at Ryerson University. He led Ryerson women to an undefeated season in 2018–winning a Provincial and National title–and was named the USport Coach of the Year.

Pakmen Volleyball Coach Dustin Reid

Lead Coach

Mike Albert is a very decorated coach with over 20 years of coaching experience. Mike is known for his technical knowledge and attention to detail. He has won numerous Provincial and National Championships on both the men’s and women’s side. Most notably Mike won an 18U National Championship in 2017.

Lead Coach

Jessy Satti is one of the most respected coaches in the OVA. He is knowledgeable in every aspect of the game, and his teams have won Provincials and Nationals at every age group.

Lead Coach

Aleksandar Mamuzic has won multiple national championships, both as a player and a coach. He is a highly technical coach who consistently produces top-tier players.

Lead Coach

Prateek Yadav is a passionate leader who is talented at teaching new skills and correcting poor mechanics. His teams have won championships in multiple age groups.

Lead Coach

Kadeem Clarke is a patient, calm and technically-focused coach. His athletes consistently demonstrate excellent skills. Kadeem’s teams have won multiple Provincial titles.

Pay as you Go option available for Fall 2021 REP program: $25 a session / Cash payable at the door

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High Performance (Regional Excellence Program)


Fall 2021

E. C. Drury School


@ E. C. Drury School




9:00 am to 10:30 am

Start Date

November 14, 2021

End Date

December 12, 2021



Winter 2022


You can register online above using paypal or credit card. It's very easy to do and takes about 4 minutes to do. Confirmation/Tax receipt is emailed to you automatically.

If you do not want to register online, you can register by phone. We also accept etransfers, cash, and payment plans. Contact us for details

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