U.S. Center for SafeSport
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected all our daily lives, particularly in the sports community. Online communication poses unique safety risks, so be sure to read our online safety guides geared towards keeping your child safe during this challenging time.
Title IX Regulations and the SafeSport Code
On May 6, 2020, the U.S. Department of Education released new Title IX federal regulations, which are scheduled to go into effect August 14, 2020. This FAQ is designed to address common questions the U.S. Center for SafeSport (the Center) has received from Olympic and non-Olympic sports organizations across the country regarding the new Title IX regulations.
2020 Annual Report
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2019 annual report
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Sports ETA considers safety in sport and abuse awareness and prevention a priority for all of our member organizations and everyone who plays a role in sport. Our members enjoy a 10% discount on SafeSportTM Trained online course. Please read below for more information, and take the time to complete your training. Don't forget to encourage your partners and fellow Sports ETA members to do the same.
Please join us in the pledge to end abuse in sport.
HOW TO ENROLL
- Sign up.
- Identify your course.
- Check out using the coupon code, SPORTSETACOUPON
- Begin your training.
- Complete your course and save your certificate.
For step-by-step instructions, click HERE.
Youth Athlete Training
As a result of our partnership with the U.S. Center for SafeSport, Sports ETA members and their affiliates receive free access to take the U.S. Center for SafeSport's Youth Athlete training. For more information on this free training, click here.
Did you know 58% of kids have not told an adult about something mean or hurtful that happened online? Every 7 minutes, 1 child is bullied. Learn about the effects of bullying, and how you can help prevent bullying. Download the U.S. Center for SafeSport's brochure on Understanding Bullying.
What is hazing? What are the warning signs? Did you know there are effects not only on those being hazed, but also those hazing. Learn about what coaches, parents, and fellow athletes can do to prevent hazing. Download the U.S. Center for SafeSport's brochure on Understanding Hazing.
“WE’RE GRATEFUL FOR THE U.S. CENTER FOR SAFESPORT AND THIS NEW PARTNERSHIP. BRINGING THESE TOOLS TO OUR MEMBERS IS CRUCIAL TO HELP END ABUSE IN THE SPORTS WORLD.”
President and CEO
Sports Events and Tourism Association
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