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Title: American Youth Soccer Organization


1
American Youth Soccer Organization
  • Safe Haven Certification
  • Part I

2
What is Safe Haven?
  • Provides Protection for Children
  • Provides Protection for Volunteers
  • Provides Child-Specific Certification
  • Note that Additional Discipline-Specific Training
    is Needed After Completing Safe Haven

3
What is Safe Haven?
  • WSSL Issues
  • Protect the Permits
  • Footwear
  • Dogs
  • Bicycles
  • Red Flags on the Fields
  • The Rules are your friends

4
AYSO Philosophy
  • Everyone Plays
  • Balanced Teams
  • Open Registration
  • Positive Coaching
  • Good Sportsmanship

5
AYSO Philosophy
  • P - Positive
  • I - Instructional
  • E - Encouraging

6
Volunteer Responsibilities Legal Protection
  • AYSO Requires
  • Volunteer Application Form Each Year
  • Complete Safe Haven Certification Once
  • Proper Training For Your Job, including
    continuing education.
  • Authorized by Appropriate Authority WSSL must
    authorize you to work with the players

7
DEFINITIONS
  • Certification Safe Haven specific
  • I want to volunteer with WSSL and AYSO
  • Training Job specific
  • I want to be a referee
  • Continuing Education Standard specific
  • I want to referee in older age groups

8
USING EAYSO
  • Make sure you get credit for this course
  • Create your electronic record in EAYSO
  • Print out at least 2 copies of your volunteer
    form, sign, and deliver to us or mail to CVPA
  • Use EAYSO to add yourself to the Electronic
    Course Register.
  • Email wsslrefadmin_at_wssl.org with any questions

9
Training Certification Requirements
  • All Referees Coaches are Required to be Trained
    Certified.
  • Practices Games are Not Permitted without an
    AYSO Certified Trained Team Coach.
  • Scheduled Games are Not Permitted w/o an AYSO
    Certified Trained Referee.
  • Practice Scrimmages do Not Require a Certified
    Trained Referee.

10
Supervision Ratios
  • One Adult for Every 8 or Fewer Children
  • At Least 2 Adults Present at All Times
  • At Least 1 Adult of the Same Gender
  • Never Alone with a Child

11
Types of Abuse
  • Emotional Abuse
  • Physical Abuse
  • Sexual Abuse
  • Neglect Abuse
  • Ethical Abuse

12
Prevent False Accusations
  • Avoid Being Alone with a Child
  • Stay Within Sight of Others
  • Respect Privacy
  • Hug From the Side
  • Avoid Sexual Jokes, Comments or Gestures
  • Do Not Use Corporal Punishment
  • Set and Respect Boundaries

13
AYSO Touching Guidelines
  • In Response to Childs Not Adults Needs
  • Done with Childs Permission
  • Resistance Must be Respected
  • Never Include Breast, Buttocks, or Groin
  • In Open, Not in Private
  • Brief in Duration
  • Changes with Age Development

14
Alcohol, Tobacco andOther Drugs
  • AYSO National Rules and Regulations
  • Volunteer Protection Act of 1997
  • Volunteers as Role Models

15
Blood-Borne Disease
  • Contracting a Blood-Borne Disease
  • Precautions
  • AYSO Guidelines
  • NSCAA Recommendations

16
Risk Management
  • Environmental Conditions
  • Thunder, lightning, excessive heat or cold
  • Physical Surroundings
  • Field conditions, goal conditions, spectator
    conditions
  • Injury Prevention
  • No extra points for playing hurt
  • Requirement for accident report if indicated

17
Risk Management
  • Manage the situation to get the kids their
    playing time if possible
  • Do not hesitate to ask for help.
  • Division head
  • Division Chief Ref
  • Coaches
  • Parents
  • Parks Department / 911

18
Test and Review
  • This Concludes Part I of
  • Safe Haven Certification
  • Please Complete the
  • The Safe Haven Certification Test

19
American Youth Soccer Organization
  • Safe Haven Certification
  • Part II
  • Coach Specific

20
Social/PsychologicalAspects
  • Philosophy
  • Develop Whole Child
  • Treat as Individuals
  • Develop Self-Worth
  • Enjoyment is Critical
  • Honest, Positive Encouragement
  • Winning vs. Enjoyment
  • The AYSO Team

21
The Role of Athletics
  • Develop the Complete Person
  • Convey the Benefits of Athletics
  • Understand Reasons Players Play
  • Enhance the Growth of Athletes
  • Develop Sporting Behavior
  • Model Ethical Conduct

22
The Role of Athletics
  • Develop the Complete Person
  • Develop Motivational Skills
  • Participate in Continuing Education
  • Rule Changes
  • Equipment Improvements
  • Improved Techniques

23
Social/PsychologicalAspects
  • Team Management
  • Preseason Team Meeting
  • - General Decisions and Calendar
  • - Participant Roles Equipment
  • Needs
  • - Rules Team Parent Selection
  • - Assistant Coach Duties and
  • Selection

24
Social/PsychologicalAspects
  • Team Management
  • Risk Associated with Sport
  • - Informed Consent
  • - Participation Agreements
  • - Medical Information
  • - Treatment Authorization
  • - Form Completion (special
  • conditions)

25
Social/PsychologicalAspects
  • Team Management
  • Minimum Requirements for Players
  • - Shinguards
  • - Uniform
  • - Shoes
  • - Ball

26
Social/PsychologicalAspects
  • Team Management
  • Minimum Requirements for Coaches
  • - Player Registration/Medical
  • Release
  • - Accident Report Forms
  • - First-Aid Kit, Water and Ice
  • - Cones, Balls, extra Shin Guards
  • - Practice Game Plan (whistle)

27
Prohibitions
  • Earrings and Other Jewelry
  • Hard Casts or Splints with Hard Stays
  • Barrettes and Bobby Pins (elastic bands OK)
  • Hats with Hard Brims

28
Risk Management(Coach Specific)
  • Understand and Follow Procedures
  • Recovery/Rehabilitation
  • First-Aid Training

29
Risk Management Basic First-Aid Kit
  • Bandages Multiple Sizes
  • Antiseptic and First-Aid Cream
  • Cotton Balls or 2x2 Gauze
  • Elastic Wrap
  • Non-Latex Gloves 2 Pairs
  • Mouth Rescue Breather
  • Ice (Lots of it!)/Ice Pack

30
First-Aid Treatment Common Injuries
  • Bleeding
  • Unconscious
  • Heat Exhaustion
  • Heat Stroke
  • Gasping for Breath

31
First-Aid Treatment Common Injuries
  • Fainting
  • Insect Stings
  • Fractured Limb
  • Minor Cuts
  • Nosebleed

32
First-Aid Treatment Common Injuries
  • Minor Burns
  • Tooth Knocked Out
  • Blisters
  • Sprains
  • Muscle Strain or Pull
  • Wind Knocked Out

33
THE END
  • This Concludes Part II of
  • Safe Haven Certification
  • Please complete the Coach Specific
  • Safe Haven Certification Test
  • CONGRATULATIONS!
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