SAFESPORT TRAINING

To take the SafeSport Training, you must have a current USAV membership. If you are not a current member, you must first register/renew. Once a current member, follow the instructions below:

  1. Log into your Webpoint Account
  2. In the navigation menu, click on USAV Clinics and select USAV Coaching Clinics
  3. Select “Core Center for SafeSport Training”
  4. Complete registration
  5. To access coursework, click on the “Log into USAV Academy” button

Should you need to return to your coursework at a later time, log in to your USAV account and click on the “Log into USAV Academy” button.

For technical issues, while completing the course, please visit: http://help.usavolleyballacademy.org/.

All adults working directly with Juniors are required to take this training, which includes all coaches, officials, club directors, tournament directors, and more.

 

KRVA & SAFESPORT

USA Volleyball believes that volleyball has many positive things to offer those who participate. First, and most importantly, whether one is a gifted athlete or a recreational player, volleyball is FUN! It is a lifetime sport enjoyed by players from 8 to 80. Participation in volleyball is not only good exercise, but also involves team cooperation and spirit. Athletes enjoy a wide range of physical, emotional and social benefits. Sports develop general physical fitness, and physical exertion has a documented positive mental effect. Athletes have a greater sense of self-worth, demonstrate better collaboration skills, and maintain healthier peer relationships.

Unfortunately, sports, including volleyball, can also be a high-risk environment for misconduct, including physical and sexual abuse. All forms of misconduct are intolerable and in direct conflict with the values of USA Volleyball.

Misconduct may damage an athlete’s psychological well-being. Athletes who have been mistreated may experience social embarrassment, emotional turmoil, psychological scars, loss of self-esteem and negative impacts on their relationships with family, friends and the sport. Misconduct often hurts an athlete’s competitive performance and may cause enough harm for them to drop out of our sport entirely.

REPORT A SAFESPORT CONCERN

REPORT A CONCERN TO THE SAFESPORT CENTER

Documents

Best Practice Guidelines

Club Coordinator

Code of Conduct

Addressing Concerns

How do you do SafeSport

USAV Code of Conduct

REPORT A CONCERN TO KRVA

Contact Michelle Carlton at commissioner@krva.org or 610-737-6944.

If you are aware of any inappropriate behavior or suspect misconduct of a sexual or abusive nature, you MUST report it. Please do not hesitate. It is everyone’s responsibility to keep our athletes safe!