The Safe Sport Act requires clubs, leagues and associations to implement abuse prevention training. Here's a quick look at how organizations use SportsEngine for their safety program.
The Safe Sport Act, which expands existing mandated youth abuse reporting laws and requires abuse awareness training for youth sports organizations, comes in response to the recent abuse scandals that have shaken the youth sports world.
Governing sports bodies, including the Junior Volleyball Association, are reassessing safety expectations, standards and practices. But solutions are costly, tricky and time consuming to vet.
There’s no sense in comparing the differences in companies that offer background screenings - and how they collect their data - if there isn’t a deep-rooted conviction to keep children safe.
Last time, we looked at background screening and in this webinar, we'll look at other ways to keep your organization safe on the SportsEngine platform.
By the end of the webinar, you'll be familiar with setting up and using background screening with SportsEngine.
Make sure your organization isn't cutting corners on background screenings.
Tips for helping your youth sports organization find a background check that meets your standards.
Over two-plus decades, Reggie Roberts witnessed how the globalization of the digital revolution impacted the NFL
Steve Sack, owner of Michigan Elite Volleyball Club, is installing a new video system that enables him and staffers to monitor the facility from their phones, even offsite.
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