The SAFETY Clinician’s Workshop
The Clinician’s Workshop is a “train-the-trainer” program designed to teach recreation directors and youth sport administrators the fundamentals of conducting the Rutgers SAFETY Clinic – Sports Awareness for Educating Today’s Youth. The Curriculum for the award-winning Rutgers SAFETY Clinic is based upon the Minimum Standards for Volunteer Coaches’ Safety Orientation and Training Skills Program (N.J.A.C. 5:52) developed by the Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports.
The Clinician’s Workshop is designed for adult learners and will cover:
- Administration/Teaching Tools & Techniques
- The Rutgers SAFETY Clinic Lesson Plans
- Registration of Coaches with CommunityPass
Following attendance at the Clinician’s Workshop, instructor candidates must pass a take-home exam (minimum passing score of 90%) to become eligible to teach the clinic. Thereafter, Clinicians must teach the clinic at least once/year to retain their certification.
Individuals attending the Clinician’s Workshop receive:
- The Rutgers SAFETY Clinic Presentation through an email
- The Clinician’s Manual (5th edition)
- The Coach’s Reference Manual (5th edition)
- Coaching the Child Behind the Athlete
- .5 Continuing Education Units (CEU)
- The Rutgers SAFETY Clinic Certification Card
- Clinician’s Polo – mailed following successful completion of exam.
By attending the Clinician’s Workshop and satisfactorily completing a take-home exam, recreation directors and youth sport administrators are able to conduct the three-hour, Rutgers SAFETY Clinic in their community.
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