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AREA 1S COACHING PROGRAM

Coaches and Assistant Coaches must:
  • Be a registered volunteer in the current membership year
  • Have completed Safe Haven certification see below)
  • Have completed CDC Concussion Training (see below)
  • Have completed age-specific coach certification


Questions?

Contact Tyrone Lewis, Area Coach Administrator, at [email protected].



REGION'S COACH ADMINISTRATOR'S

Coach Admin-Region 1315 - see Area Coach Administrator
Coach Admin- Region 1258 Tyler Yim  [email protected]  
Coach Admin-Region 397 Toby Larsen [email protected]
Coach Admin-Region 808 Larry Berquist  [email protected] 
Coach Admin-Region 739  Peter Maxwell  [email protected] 

COACHING RESOURCES

Coaches are essential to the game. They teach children soccer skills and help develop a healthy, positive attitude, teamwork and good sportsmanship. Coaching is a rewarding experience because you have the opportunity to build a child's self-esteem, help them learn new skills and just have a lot of fun.

Contact your Region's Coach Administrator or Regional Commissioner if you are ready to become a coach. AYSO offers many resources to coaches for training and answering questions they have on the national Coaches Resources page.

Some useful forms are available here:

MORE ABOUT AYSO SAFE HAVEN

Coaches are required to be a Registered Volunteer, and Safe Haven trained - these are the basics for you to have interactions with our children.  You must enroll in a region course or take the Safe Haven course online. Proof of Safe Haven course completion is required.

Thank you in advance for your time and being part of our children's lives as a properly trained AYSO volunteer.

Questions or comments about Area Coaching? Email the Area Coach Administrator

HEADS-UP: CONCUSSION AWARENESS & SAFETY TRAINING

Many States have recently passed Concussion Awareness & Safety Laws. Key elements from State legislation:

  • Information: Need to inform parents and players about concussions.
  • Training: Require Concussion Awareness Training for “Officials” (e.g., Coaches, Referees, RCs, etc.) similar to the Center for Disease Control’s online course.
  • Participation Release: Most laws require a “Medical Release” before a player suspected of having a concussion may return to play.

Best practices and policies have been developed for AYSO as a whole and for local programs impacted by new laws.  You will find information at AYSO’s Concussion Safety including:

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