NEW VOLUNTEER: Select "Apply as a new adult volunteer"
PREVIOUS VOLUNTEER: Select "Apply as a returning adult volunteer"
Update, Sign and Save your Volunteer Information
NOTE: The Registrar cannot create official team rosters in eAYSO until the volunteer registration forms are processed.
2. Get Trained
Required, once per lifetime: On-Line Course MT02 - AYSO's Safe Haven Training
(NOTE: the on-line course is the only acceptable Safe Haven training accepted - eayso is automatically updated upon completion, but it is a good idea to keep a copy for your records)
Select "Enroll to take a class"
To see local classes:
Set Section to "11"
Set Area to "L"
Set Course to "U-6 Coach"
Select the "Search" Button
Select the courses which interest you by clicking in the circle in the column to the left of the course names
3. Meet The Coach Day (MTCD)
Generally, here is what happens:
a. Program is reviewed with coaches and parents
b. While parents/players go to designated team area, coaches meet with Program Manager to receive team packets (Team Roster and Registration forms). NOTE: Coaches will not receive the team packet if Step 1 and 2 have not been completed.
c. Coaches meet parents/players at designated team area, where team uniforms will be handed out.
Coaches can use this as team Kick-off meeting to
Identify how Contact Coach / Players (e.g., email, phone)
Incident Report Use in the event of Injury, Incident or Property Damage. Provide a copy to the Safety Director, Debbie Campos, ASAP at firstname.lastname@example.org
Participation release form In the event a player is injured and an incident report is filed, have the player's parent sign a participation release form, prior to the players return. Forward a copy ASAP to the Safety Director, Debbie Campos, at email@example.com. Do not let the player return without the form.
99 ways to Say I Love you Positive reinforcement gives children the support and confidence they need to reach their full potential. Saying “I love you” is
one way, but there are many other fun words and phrases that children love and respond to.