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NFHS Abuse Training

NFHS Abuse Training (This is an alternative training to the Mandatory Reporting Training)

This training will allow you to obtain your certification required for the OYSA Background Check approval. This training is only about 30 minutes. 

Link to the NFHS training “Protecting Students from Abuse”:

 

https://nfhslearn.com/courses/61157/pThrotecting-students-from-abuse

 

PROTECTING YOUNG VICTIMS FROM SEXUAL ABUSE AND SAFE SPORT AUTHORIZATION ACT OF 2017

Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse and Safe Sport Authorization Act of 2017.

Click here to read the Law enstated on February 14, 2018. US Youth Soccer Member Guide/Mandatory Reporter

What are the requirements for NGB's and NGB-Affiliated? (NGB is National Governing Body)

Reporting: A mechanism that allows a complaint to be easily reported for a resonable suspicion of Sexual or Physical abuse/neglect, within a 24-hour period of awareness. Federal regualtions state that reports shold be made to a) local law enforcement and b) local/state child protective services c) US Soccer, and d) the US Center for SafeSport. EVERYONE is a MANDATORY REPORTER.

Mechanism for Reporting: Everyone listed belw MUST be contacted when physical or sexual abuse is suspected.

1. Local Law Enforcement 503-655-8211 non emergency number.

2. Local DHS contact: Clackamas County Dedicated child abuse hotline: 541-757-5019 or Toll Free: 866-303-4643 Mon-Fri 8am-5pm or see http://www.oregon.gov/DHS/CHILDREN/CHILD-ABUSE/Pages/Reporting-Numbers.apsx to get the number for your county.

3. Oregon Department of Human Services for Clackamas County 503-731-3404 or call 855-503-SAFE (7323)

4. Club Risk Manager Contact Information: Rob Cayton 503-509-1267 [email protected]

5. Oregon Youth Soccer Association: 503-626-4625; [email protected]

6. National Governing Body (NGB)

US Soccer Integrity Hotline Number 312-528-7004

US SOccer: https://www.ussoccer.com/integrity-hotline

US Center for SafeSport: https://www.safesport.org/report-a-concern


MANDATORY REPORTING - SAFE SPORT AUTHORIZATION

Safe Sport Authorization

US Youth Soccer Member Guide: Mandatory Reporter

To enroll in this program that is required of EVERY volunteer working with our young athletes, click on the link below, click on "Sign in," clcik on "Register." When prompted make sure to select US Soccer as your NGB (Add Membership) and then enter the access code provided below.

To register or learn more: https://www.safesport.org/ to complete the mandatory reporting training.

***NOTE you will need the below access code to have the $5.00 fee waived.

Access code: YC3E-6P5G-YYIL-CS2M.

BACKGROUND CHECK - REC COACHES U5/6 THRU 2ND GRADE ONLY

This is the BACKGROUND CHECK and Mandatory Reporting Instructions for RECREATIONAL Pre-K, Kindy, 1st and 2nd Grade COACHES ONLY~

US Club Soccer Background Check & Staff Registration

BACKGROUND CHECK - REC COACHES 3RD GRADE THRU HIGH SCHOOL, CLASSIC & PDP

BACKGROUND CHECKS IS REQUIRED EVERY YEAR. IF YOU DID THE BACKGROUND CHECK IN THE FALL OF 2018 YOU WILL NOT NEED TO DO IT AGAIN FOR SPRING 2019 SEASON. IF YOU WILL BE COACHING FOR FALL OF 2019 YOU WILL NEED TO COMPLETE THESE TRAININGS AGAIN.

Once you click the below link you will click REGISTER in the upper right hand corner and Choose Fall 2019/20
OYSA background check click HERE 

concussion training and certification

CONCUSSION TRAINING IS REQUIRED EVERY YEAR. IF YOU DID THE CONCUSSION CERTIFICATION IN THE FALL OF 2018 YOU WILL NOT NEED TO DO IT AGAIN FOR SPRING 2019 SEASON. IF YOU WILL BE COACHING FOR FALL OF 2019 YOU WILL NEED TO COMPLETE THESE TRAININGS AGAIN.


There are 2 options for Concussion training.
YOU ONLY NEED to complete ONE certification choose ONE below.

soccer 5 info

SOCCER 5 Rules

Please click on the Soccer 5  to view Rules, Schedules, Field Information  and Game formats for U8-U17/18.

REFEREE FEEDBACK FORM FOR CLASSIC TEAMS ONLY

Header Rule

(1)   No Goalkeeper Punts (3rd grade and 4th grade only (U9 and U10))

  • A goalkeeper who has taken possession of the ball in his/her hands may not put the ball in play by punting or drop kicking the ball.
  • If a goalkeeper punts or drop kicks the ball, the opposing team is awarded an indirect free kick from the edge of the penalty area nearest to where the goalkeeper took the kick.
  • Players from the defending team (team without the ball) must retreat to the halfway line to allow the GK to distribute (Throwing or placing on around and kicking) the ball.
  • If the GK CHOOSES to distribute the ball while the defending team has not retreated to the halfway line, the ball is live as this was the choice of the Goalkeeper.

(2)    No Heading (4th grade and below)

  • A player may not use his/her head to play the ball.
  • The penalty for playing the ball using the head is an indirect free kick at the spot of the infraction. If a defending player in the defender’s penalty area
    commits the infraction, the free kick will be taken from a spot on the penalty area line parallel to the end line that is nearest to the spot of the infraction.
  • The infraction consists in intentionally playing the ball with the head. If the referee determines that the ball struck a player in the head when the player is not trying to play the ball, the referee should allow play to continue.

(3)    Limited Heading (5th, 6th and 7th grade only)

  • For players in 5th, 6th and 7th, heading training/practicing should be limited to a maximum of 30 minutes per week with no more that 15-20 headers per player, per week.
  • There are no restrictions for games in this age group and above.

Contact

Clackamas United Soccer Club

12042 SE Sunnyside Rd PMB 376 
Clackamas, Oregon 97015

Phone: 503-550-7535
Email: [email protected]

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