All adult members of the Delta Region are required to complete SafeSport training. In order to complete the training, an individual will need to complete all three of the 30-minute Core training modules.
Beginning 2019-2020 Season, MAAPP requires regular and consistent training for all Applicable Adults (including adult athletes) who interact with and have direct and frequent contact with minor athletes.
All Applicable Adults will be required to complete training annually. Such training consists of “Core” SafeSport training followed by the U.S. Center for SafeSport Refresher course. To prevent any disruption in sport, the Center also encourages athletes who are 17 turning 18 to take the Core SafeSport Training. Parental consent is required.
To review MAAPP online click on www.teamusa.org/usa-volleyball/about-us/safesport/maapp
The SafeSport coursework is now delivered through the USAV Academy. Accessing the course through the USAV Academy is critical to tracking certification and expiration dates. Please access the course exclusively through the USAV Academy (not the USOC SafeSport website).
Starting September 1, 2019, the below courses will be available in the USAV Clinics to register for the upcoming season. The 2018/2019 Core Center for SafeSport training registration will close 8/31/2019.
U.S. Center for SafeSport "Core" Training: This is required training for adults who have regular contact with amateur athletes who are minors, and/or have regular contact with or authority over an amateur athlete who is a minor. The training must be completed before regular contact with an amateur athlete who is a minor begins; or within the first 45 days of initial membership, or upon beginning a new role subjecting the adult to the MAAPP. The “Core” training is required also prior to eligibility to take the Refresher 1. This training is available to USAV members for free.
To register for SafeSport training:
30-Minute Refresher: This is conducted annually following "Core" Center for SafeSport Training. This training is 30 minutes and is a review of the information shared in the Core Center for SafeSport Training. This training is available to USAV members for free.
Who is required to take the Refresher 1? Any member who has taken the Core Center for SafeSport training with an expiration of 10/31/2019. You must have completed the Core Training to be eligible for the refresher 1 training.
If you have already completed the Core training and it is due to expire on 10/31/2019 you will need to register for the Refresher 1 course.
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/
Athletes turning 18 during the season, whose teammates are minors, will be required to take "Core" Center for SafeSport training upon turning 18. To prevent any disruption in play, the center will allow athletes who are 17, turning 18 during the season to take "Core" given parental consent. Once a player turns 18, he or she will not be permitted to continue play until "Core" SafeSport training has been completed. Complete the parental consent form before registering for training if you have a minor athlete who needs to take the training. Once the form is completed, your child will be enrolled in SafeSport training. A notification of registration will be sent to the email address on file to access the course.
*Completed Parental Consent forms will be saved under a region file
Youth Training Courses: The U.S. Center for SafeSport has launched youth courses. This training is not mandatory and will be offered through the Center's website http://athletesafety.org. It
requires parental consent. The parent/legal guardian creates the account to provide consent for http://athletesafety.org the child and to decide which course is best for their child. Courses are for preschool age; grades K-2; grades 3-5; middle school and high school. These free courses are for minor athletes and their parents to understand the importance of positive, welcoming environments in sports, where misconduct like bullying or abuse is less likely to happen, and to know where to report abuse, should it happen.