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1 Coaching Accreditation Program Webinars  If you’ d like more information, be sure to look for upcoming opportunities to take one of the Instructional Live Webinars or On-Demand Modules conducted by USAV Education in  Each carries minimum of one CAP module Credit toward re-certification! Check often for new Webinars, CAP Modules or CAP Certification Courses at: Check often for new Webinars, CAP Modules or CAP Certification Courses at:

2 2015 Season IMPACT Clinic Part 1 USA Volleyball Presents the

3 1 – Overview: What is IMPACT? Increased M astery and P rofessional A pplication of C oaching T heory Slide #2 Manual Page 1

4 1 – Overview: USAV Articles of Incorporation Photo by Dan Sherman  TEACH the sport of volleyball of volleyball  Provide LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES OPPORTUNITIES Manual Page 1 Slide #3

5 1 – Overview: Coaching Accreditation Program  Typically a 2-day Course  Typically a 2-day Course (or Hybrid w/1-day On-court sessions; other sessions on-line)  Day 1 core 10 hours  Day 2 Modules 3-5 hours  Certification requirements  Cognitive Online Test, Drill & Philosophy Worksheets  Signed USAV Code of Ethics  Successful USAV Background Check  Proof of “Foundations of Coaching” course (IMPACT)  CAP Level II  Typically a 2-day Course  Day 1 Core (10 hours)  Day 2 Modules (4 - 6 hours)  Certification Requirements  Same as CAP I (BGS & COE on file)  Drill Worksheet  Original 1,000 word article Manual Page 2-5  CAP Level I Slide #4

6 1 – Overview: Coaching Accreditation Program CCCCAP Level III TTTTypically a 3-5 day Course in Colorado Springs (28-32 hours), offered 1-2 times per year CCCCurrent certification requirements SSSSuccessful Background Check on file CCCCompletion of Outreach Project to Grow the Game CCCCognitive Online Test CCCCAP Level IV CCCCurrently by appointment only (USA Nat’l Teams Coaches) FFFFuture redesign will parallel Critical Thinking Seminar format (4+ days) with project &/or mentor experience CCCCAP Level V OOOOlympic Team Head Coaches GGGGood for Life Manual Page 5-6Slide #5

7 1 – Overview: The IMPACT of Coaching  Entering the PROFESSION of Coaching requires that: 1.Coaches have a specialized body of knowledge 2.This knowledge is taught under a system 3.There is an evaluation of what has been learned Manual Page 8 Photo By Steve Markos Slide #5

8 1 – Overview: IMPACT of Coaching  Learn how to NEVER be a child’s LAST Coach!  This IMPACT Clinic will focus on helping coaches to:  Become aware of the many opportunities and responsibilities involved in coaching  Create what is needed to coach efficiently and effectively in a more active and improved way  Identify the latest coaching resources to help you do your job Manual Page 8-9Slide #6

9 1 – Overview: Goals of JR and Youth Volleyball  Teach volleyball skills  Help kids to have fun  Teach teamwork  Build friendships  Improve communication skills  Help participants understand winning  Learn a sport for a lifetime  Foster emotional, psychological growth and development Manual Page 9-10 Slide #7

10 1 – Overview: Chapter 1 Review  Review of Chapter 1  Volleyball is a unique lifetime sport  Volleyball participation is growing  Growing need for well trained coaches  Good coaches are life-long learners and will continue to seek out educational opportunities and information to grow themselves and the game!  The best coaches not afraid to SHARE WHAT they KNOW, MENTOR others and CONTINUE to LEARN themselves  The best coaches not afraid to SHARE WHAT they KNOW, MENTOR others and CONTINUE to LEARN themselves  On to Discuss Sports Medicine, Athlete Safety and Risk Management issues in Chapter 2! Slide #8

11 2–Sports Medicine, Athlete Safety & Risk Mgt: Disordered Eating  Differences Between “Disordered Eating” & “Eating Disorder”?  Which is worse?! DE ED DE ED  General Symptoms & Signs  Eating Disorder Dangers  Anorexia  Bulimia  Coaches can access a VB Nutrition Poster & articles on the Education/Resources/IMPACT Student Resources page of the website.  “Nutrition 101:Fueling for Volleyball Athletes” USAV Nat’l Webinars Manual Page Slide #9 POLL QUESTION #1

12 2–Sports Medicine, Athlete Safety & Risk Mgt: What IS Sexual Harassment?! It is fairly easy for most of us to list the “big three”…  Unwanted physical contact  Promises or rewards in return for sexual favors  Sexual assault The question is….can you name the OTHERS?! Manual Page Slide #10 POLL QUESTION #2

13 2–Sports Medicine, Athlete Safety & Risk Mgt: What IS Sexual Harassment?!  Use or display of sexually offensive or degrading pictures or reading material  Suggestive comments about physical appearance  Leering or staring  Sexual teasing  Jokes with sexual themes Manual Page Slide #11

14 2–Sports Medicine, Athlete Safety & Risk Mgt: Young Male Coaches…  This is a real situation that developed a few years ago and was contributed by a USAV IMPACT Instructor: Read it on page 15! Coaching Younger Women/Girls - Avoiding the “Crush” situation… Manual Page 15Slide #12  What would YOU do?!  What HE did….. Since he could not remove himself from the team, he discussed it with his club director and they decided to move the players in question to another team where there was no such distraction. At first they were angry and resented him for it, but as the season went on, he felt they began to grow as players.

15 2–Sports Medicine, Athlete Safety & Risk Mgt: How to Protect Yourself from Accusation CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE Avoid the Nightmare of Accusation… Manual Page 16-17Slide #13

16 2–Sports Medicine, Athlete Safety & Risk Mgt: SAFESPORT USOC & USAV SAFESPORT PROGRAMS Manual Page Slide #14  Education and training is best protection that children have against abuse  Adoption of the:  USOC SafeSport Manual  SafeSport website (SafeSport.org), materials & online SafeSport Certification Course SafeSport.org  USAV SafeSport Program & Resources  Sexual Misconduct, Sexual Harassment & Child Abuse covered in Chapter 2  Added SafeSport content in IMPACT is found in Chapter 2A  Coaches now receive BOTH IMPACT Certification and the USAV/USOC SafeSport Certification with IMPACT completion  USAV coaches may still take USOC’s 90 minute free online SafeSport Course

17 2–Sports Medicine, Athlete Safety & Risk Mgt: Background Checks WHY Background Checks?! WHY Background Checks?!  It is the RIGHT THING to do!  USAV is a frontrunner – in protecting our young participants, our coaches and our organization  MANDATORYsince 2005 for all adults affiliated with USAV Junior Club programs  MANDATORY since 2005 for all adults affiliated with USAV Junior Club programs  Required for coaches at least every 2 seasons to remain eligible to coach  Required for CAP certification  New certification at any level  Same level Re-certification every 4 years  Required for CAP Cadre and IMPACT Instructors Manual Page Slide #15

18 2–Sports Medicine, Athlete Safety & Risk Mgt: Negative BGS Reports POLL QUESTION #3 CONVICTIONS* based on…  Found Guilty  Pled Guilty  Pled “No Contest”  Received court- directed programs in lieu of “guilty” finding Slide #16 What does USAV Screen FOR?!  Irresponsible or behaviors harmful to junior players  Physical / Sexual abuse/Molestation  Aggravated assault or Assault of a Minor  Corruption of the morals of a minor  Alcohol and other Drug Convictions * Pending Court Cases! (Falsification of info on your BGS application is grounds for membership revocation or restriction) Manual Page 17-19

19 2–Sports Medicine, Athlete Safety & Risk Mgt: USAV BGS Effectiveness  Total Screened in Season = 33,493  Total with Records = 2,211 (6.6%)  Total DQ’d = 61 (0.18%)  By Gender: Males = 37 (60.7 %) / Females = 24 (39.3%)  By Offense  Violence (19)  Multiple D & A (25)  Sex Offenses (8)  Felony Drugs (6)  Crimes Against Children (3)  Comparison Study in  “Database only” vs. comprehensive  48% of the disqualified applicants would have slipped through Manual Page Slide #17

20 2–Sports Medicine, Athlete Safety & Risk Mgt: Disqualifications  If flagged and disqualified, must wait 1 season to re-apply… –For RVA membership –For USAV-CAP certification –Appeal Process – no guarantees  Failure to request background screening or enforce a disqualification is …  Failure to request background screening or enforce a disqualification is… CAUSE FOR SUSPENSION of ALL members of the offending entity… … until background screening and enforcement requirements are met! Manual Page Slide #18

21  Sports Injuries by the Numbers* GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL TEAM SPORTS Soccer Soccer Basketball Basketball Softball Softball Volleyball Volleyball  CONCUSSIONS IN VOLLEYBALL Zachary Lystedt Law, passed in May 2009 in state of WashingtonZachary Lystedt Law, passed in May 2009 in state of Washington Centers for Disease Control and USA VolleyballCenters for Disease Control and USA Volleyball When in Doubt, Sit them OutWhen in Doubt, Sit them Out  Signs and symptoms of concussion head injuries  Set of guidelines for the athlete’s return to practice and competition 2–Sports Medicine, Athlete Safety & Risk Mgt: Sports Medicine - CONCUSSIONS * NFHS HS Injury Report, School Year Slide #19 Manual Page 20

22 Slide #20 Manual Page HEADS UP MATERIALS HHHHandouts for:  K K K Kids  P P P Parents  C C C Coaches SSSSchool Nurses & Professionals VVVVideos & Heads Up Online Course PPPPosters FFFFridge Magnet CCCCLIPBOARD STICKERS! HHHHeads Up Tool Kit for Youth Sports 2–Sports Medicine, Athlete Safety & Risk Mgt: Sports Medicine - CONCUSSIONS

23 ADDITIONAL ATHLETE SAFETY RESOURCES* ADDITIONAL ATHLETE SAFETY RESOURCES*  National Federation of High Schools  Website:  FREE On-line courses:  Concussion in Sports - What You Need To Know  A Guide to Heat Acclimatization and Heat Illness Prevention  Creating a Safe and Respectful Environment  USOC/USAV SafeSport Program  Website:  USAV SafeSport Toolkit for:  Clubs  Coaches  Parents  Athletes  Resources: SafeSport Handbook  USADA -  USADA - United States Anti-Doping Agency   This info can also be found on under the “Education/Health and Safety” link. * This info can also be found on under the “Education/Health and Safety” link. Slide #21 2–Sports Medicine, Athlete Safety & Risk Mgt: Sports Medicine - Athlete Safety Resources Manual Page 20 & 29

24 2–Sports Medicine, Athlete Safety & Risk Mgt: NEGLIGENCE  Four Required Elements 1.A “Duty” or obligation must be owed to another 2.There must be a Breach of that Duty 3.Injury must arise from that breach of duty 4.Did that Injury result from this Breach? (Was there “Proximate Cause”?)  Monetary damages are typically warranted Manual Page 22 Slide #22

25  Failure to Prove ANY ONE of the 4 “Elements” = no negligence  Accepted Defenses  Assumption of Risk  Last Clear Chance  Contributory Negligence  Comparative Negligence Manual Page 23 Slide #23 2–Sports Medicine, Athlete Safety & Risk Mgt: NEGLIGENCE DEFENSES

26 2–Sports Medicine, Athlete Safety & Risk Mgt: Factors Contributing to Negligence  Failure to Warn  Ignorance of the Rules  Knowingly ignoring the Rules  Failure to Act  “No Money” Manual Page Slide #24 POLL QUESTION #4

27 2–Sports Medicine, Athlete Safety & Risk Mgt: Coaches’ Legal Duties No Matter the Sport, Age or Skill Level, you MUST… 1.WARN of inherent risks! 2.Properly PLAN the activity. 3.Provide PROPER INSTRUCTION. 3.Provide PROPER INSTRUCTION. 4.Provide a SAFE PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT. 4.Provide a SAFE PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT. 5.Provide adequate & PROPER EQUIPMENT. 5.Provide adequate & PROPER EQUIPMENT. 6.MATCH the athletes. 7.Evaluate athletes for INJURY or INCAPACITY. 7.Evaluate athletes for INJURY or INCAPACITY. 8.SUPERVISE the activity closely. 9.Provide appropriate EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. 9.Provide appropriate EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. Manual Page Slide #25

28 1. WARN of Inherent Risks  Your duty is to: –Inform athletes and parents of the risks of playing volleyball –Continually Remind athletes of risks  How do you FULFILL your duty? –Meet with team & parents to discuss risks –Use participation agreements signed by parents and athletes Manual Page Slide #26 2–Sports Medicine, Athlete Safety & Risk Mgt: Coaches’ Legal Duties

29 Manual Page Slide #27 2–Sports Medicine, Athlete Safety & Risk Mgt: Coaches’ Legal Duties  Your Duty is to: –Teach skills in correct progression –Consider each athlete’s developmental level  How do you FULFILL Your Duty? –Develop written season & practice plans –Test athletes physical capacity and skill level –Adapt plans to individual needs of athletes –Keep all records of planning & testing 2. Properly PLAN the ACTIVITY

30 3. Provide Proper INSTRUCTION  Your duty is to:  Teach in accordance with accepted practices  Instructional duty cannot be delegated  How do you FULFILL your duty? –Keep current on instructional standards –Use customary teaching methods –Make instructions clear, complete, consistent –Head coach is always responsible for athletes Manual Page Slide #28 2–Sports Medicine, Athlete Safety & Risk Mgt: Coaches’ Legal Duties

31 4. Provide a SAFE ENVIRONMENT  Your duty is to: –Understand that higher risk activity = more regular inspections –Have a facility inspection list for your sport  How do you FULFILL your duty? –Note & remedy hazards of facility –Give rules for using the facility –Provide & maintain safe equipment Manual Page Slide #29 2–Sports Medicine, Athlete Safety & Risk Mgt: Coaches’ Legal Duties

32 5. Provide Adequate & Proper EQUIPMENT  Your duty is to: –Inspect equipment regularly –Buy the best & make sure it meets standards –Keep equipment properly stored  How do you FULFILL your duty? –Buy the best you can afford considering age & skill –Teach athletes how to properly Fit, Use & inspect equipment regularly –Maintain equipment properly Manual Page Slide #30 2–Sports Medicine, Athlete Safety & Risk Mgt: Coaches’ Legal Duties

33 6. MATCH the Athletes Manual Page  Your duty is to:  Consider athlete size, experience & conditioning levels  Put them in safe situations  Contact & collision sports especially  How do you FULFILL your duty?  Match by size, maturity, and experience  Modify drills if mismatched for some reason (including gender) Slide #31 2–Sports Medicine, Athlete Safety & Risk Mgt: Coaches’ Legal Duties

34 7. Evaluate Athletes for INJURY/INCAPACITY  Your duty is to: –Be sure athletes are healthy before the season –Determine if an injury or illness during season should limit or stop participation –Insure injured athletes are ready to return  How do you FULFILL your duty? –Get parental & physician permission for participation –Use good judgment in deciding if athlete stays involved –Understand signs/symptoms of Concussion Manual Page 24-26Slide #32 2–Sports Medicine, Athlete Safety & Risk Mgt: Coaches’ Legal Duties

35 8. SUPERVISE the Activity Closely  Your duty is to: –Provide supervision at all times –Be immediately accessible  be alert to dangerous situations  be able to react to emergencies  How do you FULFILL your duty? –Provide general & specific supervision (see all & hear all) –Know your sport to anticipate dangerous situations Manual Page Slide #33 2–Sports Medicine, Athlete Safety & Risk Mgt: Coaches’ Legal Duties

36 9. Provide Appropriate EMERGENCY CARE  Your duty is to: –Provide or secure appropriate medical assistance –Have a written emergency plan –Only use first aid qualified to provide (no more, no less)  How do you FULFILL your duty? –Activate emergency medical plan & use medical personnel –Provide appropriate first aid and/or CPR –Consider FA Training for your Staff Manual Page 24-26Slide #34 2–Sports Medicine, Athlete Safety & Risk Mgt: Coaches’ Legal Duties

37 2–Sports Medicine, Athlete Safety & Risk Mgt: Risk Management Recommendations Manual Page 27 Slide #35 Insurance! All USAV Members have… Liability Insurance  2 Million Dollar Policy  Injuries Claims!  Floor Tape Claims!  Sport Accident Insurance  Covers INJURIES not illnesses  Secondary – with $250 deductible  Primary - with $1000 deductible  Both ONLY APPLY for SANCTIONED EVENTS!  Practices  Competitions  Direct TEAM Travel to and from  Athletic Trainer Insurance - Volunteer Event Medical Professional Liability Claims-Made coverage for volunteer healthcare providers during sanctioned events.

38 To Review:  Warn in specific terms!  Use waivers and liability releases  Establish a medical plan  Establish a supervision plan  Follow all USAV and RVA sanctioning guidelines  Conduct ongoing clinics and meetings  Conduct periodic safety audits  Remedy Risks!  Remember the commonly accepted “rule” with respect to negligence is the " Reasonable and Prudent Person " doctrine.  Remember the commonly accepted “rule” with respect to negligence is the "Reasonable and Prudent Person" doctrine.  Understand your USAV Liability and Sport Accident Insurance  SafeSport Certification – Let’s go on to Chapter 2A! Manual Page 28 Slide #36 2–Sports Medicine, Athlete Safety & Risk Mgt: Risk Management Recommendations POLL QUESTION #5

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