ACE EDUCATION and Safe Sports Information
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Safe Sports information
When you log in to your home plate and are ready to take your ACE test a new program was approved by the USA Softball board requiring all persons taking the ACE test to also create a profile on the USOC SafeSport website and take three lessons regarding sexual misconduct, mandatory reporting and emotional and physical misconduct. These lessons will help raise the awareness of our coaches regarding these important subjects facing our society today.
USA Softball leads the way over other softball entities in making sure our players are in a safe secure and learning environment.
When you get to your ace page this is what you will see:
Welcome to the new ACE Testing Dashboard. Here you'll find everything you need pertaining to ACE Education. Below are links to the ACE Testing Center, review previous tests, and if you have previous ACE tests completed a table of collected information pertaining to prior ACE Education.
SafeSport Click Here to Start Now.
Beginning in the 2018 season, all ACE coaches must first take the USOC's SafeSport courses prior to starting ACE. SafeSport is composed of 3 individual lessons; all lessons must be completed in full before you are considered SafeSport educated. If you would like to know more about the USOC's SafeSport initiative, please click here.
When creating your SafeSport account, please use the following Member ID to link your account: (your Member ID will be inserted here)
|For a step-by-step guide on completing SafeSport, please click here.
For more help, please visit our Help Documents section.
Note: Red = Not Started or Incomplete & Green = Complete
Lesson 1: Sexual Misconduct Awareness Education
Lesson 2: Mandatory Reporting
Lesson 3: Emotional and Physical Misconduct
|When you click on the “click here to start now” link you will be asked to create your SafeSport profile. You can use your RegisterUSA profile and password if you wish. Once your profile is completed, you can click on the lessons. As you complete each one, the links will change from red to green. They must be done before the ACE test will be made available to you. Reminder to that your background check must be complete before the ACE link turns on too.
Any questions: Contact your local commissioner. The complete list can be found here.
http://www.oregon-asa.com/youth/jo/To download a copy of this information, Click Here.
Have a great 2018 season!!
The Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse and Safe Sport Authorization Act
A new law passed by Congress is aimed at preventing child sexual abuse. The Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse and Safe Sport Authorization Act introduces new standards that all youth sports organizations must meet, including programs offered by local leagues, churches, schools, camps, and non-profits.
The Act introduces three new requirements:
- Mandatory Reporting Changes
- Prevention Training Requirements
- Prevention Policies Requirements
These requirements may present challenges for organizations that often rely on volunteers.
More information from SafeSport regarding this law