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  • Academy DAY 2 National Alliance for Youth Sports
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CPRS NAYS Webinar Slides 1-10-2012 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Welcome to the Webinar! We will begin at 2:02pm (pacific)
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    • Your options for listening to the live audio of this webinar:
    • Turn on your computer speakers and choose Mic & Speakers audio setting
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    • Important: If you have speakers or headphones you do not need to dial in.
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    Effectively Managing & Overseeing Volunteer Youth Sports Coaches John Engh Chief Operating Officer National Alliance for Youth Sports
  • 2. A Brief History of Youth Sports in America…
    • Sandlot/Pickup Games
    • Professional and college influence
    • Local “organizations”
    • National Organizations
      • Pop Warner – 1929
      • Little League – 1939
      • AYSO – 1964
    • All Stars
    • Travel Teams
    • Where are we headed?
  • 3. The Changing Culture of Youth Sports
    • Age of Participants
    For the Parents or the Children? Travel/Select/Elite Specialization
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  • 5. YOUTH SPORTS ISSUES…
    • For the Recreation Professional:
    • Vicarious parents
    • Overzealous coaches
    • Reactive vs Proactive
    • Accountability
    • Oversight
      • Volunteer Leagues
      • Travel Teams
    • Who is running “OUR” programs??
  • 6. Poll #1: Volunteer Youth Sports Associations/Leagues oversee what percentage of your community’s programs?
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  • 8. What positive aspects would you want children to gain from youth sports participation?
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    • FUN!!!
    • self-confidence
    • self-esteem
    • skill building
    • social skills
    • sportsmanship
    • fitness
    • respect
    • discipline
    • role model
    • follow through
    • responsibility
    • play by the rules
    • communication
    • teamwork
    • winning/losing
    • motivation
    • commitment
    • leadership
    • positive outlook
    What positive aspects would you want children to gain from youth sports participation?
  • 10. The Sport Parent Paradox
    • Parents enroll their children in sport because they believe that sport participation has tangible benefits – and they are right!
      • For the child: It’s enjoyable, builds character, increases self-esteem, lowers school drop out rates, etc.
      • For society: Persons who were involved in youth sports are more likely (as adults) to volunteer, donate money, vote, attend to news and current affairs – thus, they are more active members of society!
    • It IS a fun, safe and healthy activity
    • Shift Happens - Parents voluntarily sign their children up for a fun activity and then do all they can to eliminate the fun their children are having
    • #1 Issue - Identification
  • 11. Identification in Today’s Youth Sport Culture is the #1 Issue
    • Identification - living through your child’s experience but applying your own set of values
    • Identification is based on outcomes
      • winning
      • all-star teams
      • playing time
      • fitting into society
    Adults are Product Oriented Who won? Did my child play? How many hits/tackles/points did they get? Children are Process Oriented Was it fun?
  • 12. We must be Proactive NOT Reactive to change the culture of youth sports
  • 13. One Example: Defined Parent Orientations
    • Types
      • Formal programs
      • Written materials
      • Conducted by the league or left to the coach
      • Mandatory or optional
  • 14. Parents Association for Youth Sports (PAYS)
    • Information covered:
      • Parents’ role and responsibilities
      • Youth sports goals and objectives
      • Expected behaviors/accountability
      • The coach’s role
      • Becoming a model youth sports parent
      • Distribution Options
  • 15. Tools to Utilize
    • Recommendations for Communities
    • National Standards For Youth Sports
    • Codes of Ethics/Conduct
    • Professional Development for Youth Sports Administrators
    • Training for Volunteer League Leaders
    • Training for Volunteer Coaches
    • Orientation for Parents
    • Pre-Sports Preparation for Kids and Parents
    • Effective Screening Program
    • Ongoing Coach Evaluation System
  • 16. 1. Screening 2. Training 3. Evaluation 4. Accountability What are we doing to manage and oversee the volunteers running OUR programs?
  • 17. Step 1: Screening
    • To make an unwelcome environment for anyone who doesn’t put children’s needs first.
    • To keep people who have a history of inappropriate behavior or who are unfit to work with children out of your organization.
    • To select the ‘best’ volunteers and staff for positions.
    • To clarify what the standards and expectations of the organization are in terms of child protection.
  • 18. Screening it’s not JUST a background check!
    • Have a written screening policy
    • Provide job descriptions
    • Obtain completed applications
    • Have a consent/release form signed and dated
    • Evaluate application
    • Interview the applicant
    • Conduct a criminal background check
    • Review results check against disqualifiers
    • Access to results
  • 19. Poll #2: Do you have a printed screening policy for all organizations using your facilities?
  • 20. Step 2: Training
    • Indoctrinate the volunteers with the philosophy of your organization – be PROACTIVE
    • Specific sports instruction
    • On-going education
    • Behavior stressed – Code of Conduct, etc.
    • Important needs beyond the training
      • Insurance coverage
      • Educational Resources
      • Coaching Tools
    • Value
  • 21. Continuing Education…
    • Training Follow Up
      • Reinforce learning points from clinic
      • Take Homes
      • Commitments (Code of Ethics)
    • Resources
      • Drills & Skills
      • Practice Planners
      • Peer to Peer Resources
    • Coaching Tools
      • Communication Tools
      • Self Evaluators
  • 22. Poll #3: Are volunteers on your fields required to have formal coach training?
  • 23. Step 3: Evaluation
    • As a training tool to make coaches better
    • To better oversee satisfaction
    • As a response to coach complaints
    • Timing is essential
    • What happens with a bad evaluation?
    • Convenience
    • Practicality
  • 24. Step 4: Accountability
    • Coach Accountability Committee/Individual
    • Codes of Ethics
    • Reporting Procedures
    • Established Recommendations
      • Specific Penalties for Specific Offenses
    • Specific Procedures
      • Possible Revocation
    • Responding to Complaints
    • National Reporting
    • Information Sharing
  • 25. Four components of overseeing quality youth sports programs: 1. Screening – Guidelines & Management 2. Training – Live and Online Clinics – continuing education – membership benefits - value 3. Evaluation – Coach Rating System 4. Accountability – Code of Conduct/ Reporting & Revocation Procedures It’s not just about TRAINING…
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    • Psychology of coaching
    • Tips on communication
    • Sportsmanship
    • Parents as partners
    • Child abuse in sports
    • Injury prevention
    • Conditioning
    • Nutrition Hydration
    Introduction to Coaching Youth Sports On-Site and Online PLUS Sport Specific
  • 27. Now at NAYS.org, every NYSCA member gets a personalized website with tons of tools and resources…
  • 28. Coaching Forum: Ask questions & share knowledge with over 150,000 NYSCA members Coach Ratings: Provides feedback from parent evaluations all season long SportingKid Magazine: Youth sport magazine packed with news, tips & expert info Skills & Drills: Video and printable exercises for practice preparation Educational Resources: Additional content relevant to coaching youth sports Member area highlights…
  • 29. Coach RATINGS Parents can rate your coaches in 14 key areas…
  • 30. Coach RATINGS Results are displayed as an average between 1-10 Or view a grid of all scores for each question
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  • 32. Sporting kid magazine the official member publication offers key information on all aspects of youth sports and coaching. NYSCA members can view all past SportingKid issues online and/or request to have current issues mailed to their address.
  • 33. Skills and drills
  • 34. Coaching forum
    • Choose a category
    • Add your own comments
    • Search entire forum
    • Interact with other coaches
    • View topics being discussed
  • 35. Poll #4: How do you oversee permit requirements (like screening results and training) of the volunteer groups using your facilities?
  • 36.
    • Establishing a chapter gives you access to a number of tools to ensures your youth sports volunteer workforce is made up of quality, reliable individuals. In addition to the NYSCA coach training program you have access to:
    • Background Screening & Management
    • Online Evaluation Tool
    • Accountability Policies and Procedures
    Plus many other youth sports resources Chapter Management
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  • 38. View members : All relevant information is available in one database Manage your Coaches
  • 39. Select a member for more detailed information: Edit information, check background information or initiate an online evaluation for a coach. Manage your Coaches
  • 40. Background Screening *stored securely by screening company Using your own screening system: Chapters can enter their own screening results so that they can be viewed in the system as well Use NAYS program: If you register for the NAYS system you can view results in the Chapter Management system*
  • 41. View All Results: Historical results can be exported to a spreadsheet for management. View Individual Results: Results can be used to follow-up with coach complaints or to reward coaches for great service. “ Rate Your Coach” Evaluations
  • 42. View Categories: You and coaches will be able to see the areas where they need to improve their coaching. “ Rate Your Coach” Evaluations
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  • 49. Poll #5: How do you handle coach complaints?
  • 50. Coach Accountability National Guidelines: Created with input from youth sports professionals Revocation : Coaches not living up to the Code of Ethics can have their memberships revoked -permanently Reporting Feature: Allows NAYS to keep track of incidents and report back to chapters
  • 51. Certified Youth Sports Administrator Trained League Administrators and/or Professional Staff Screened, Trained, Evaluated Coaches/Volunteers held Accountable for their actions Knowledgeable Parents Working Together for the KIDS Our Vision for Every Community
  • 52. www.nays.org John Engh [email_address]
  • 53. Overuse Injuries…an epidemic??
    • Overuse injuries are responsible for nearly half of all youth sports injuries . Immature bones, insufficient rest after an injury and poor training habits are the main culprits.
    • Most organized sports related injuries (62 percent) occur during practices rather than games. Parents often do not take the same safety precautions during their child's practices as they would for a game.
    • A recent survey found that among athletes ages 5 to 14, 15 percent of basketball players, 28 percent of football players, 22 percent of soccer players, 25 percent of baseball players and 12 percent of softball players have been injured while playing their sports .
    The remodeling process involves both the breakdown and buildup of tissue. There is a fine balance between the two, and if breakdown occurs more rapidly than buildup an overuse injury occurs. 3.5 million children under 14 were treated for sports injuries last year