Course 570 - School Safety: Athletics Supervision

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Modules: 3
Hours: 3
Sectors: Public Sector

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Course 570 School Safety:Athletics Supervision

Key Topics

  • Coaching Safety
  • Weight Room Safety
  • Athletic Event Safety
  • Concussions
  • Medical Emergencies
  • Heat Stroke
  • Hidden Threats for Student Athletes
  • Sudden Cardiac Arrest
  • Maintenance and Supervision Concerns
  • Bleacher Safety and Hazards
  • Lighting Safety Precautions

Target Audience

  • Employee

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)


Course Introduction

Course Introduction

The numbers of young athletes keep growing at a rapid pace. They can now compete at the grade school level, in recreation departments, and at the high school level. Proper supervision of athletes allows coaches to better understand the individual needs and capabilities of the participants. However, many coaches and administrators overlook the importance of this aspect of their jobs. Such oversight can lead to incidents that result in charges and lawsuits against coaches, schools, and organizations.

Besides supervision, there are many other things coaches need to be aware of before taking the field or court. This course looks at several important topics, including concussions and other health risks, weight room and athletic field safety.


To begin your training, click on the module links below. If you are just starting this course, you should start with module 1.

  1. Module 1: Coaching Safety
  2. Module 2: Weight Room Safety
  3. Module 3: Athletic Event Safety

Course 570 Final Exam

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1. The United States Department of Education. (2015). Heads Up: Concussion in Sports. Retrieved from: Heads Up: Concussion in Sports.

2. The New York Times. (2013). Hidden Threats to Young Athletes. Retrieved from: Hidden Threats to Young Athletes.

3. NSCA Journal (1985). Basics of Strength and Conditioning Manual, Chapter 6, Safety Training. Retrieved from: Weight Room Safety.

4. National School Safety and Security Services. (2007). School Athletic Event Safety. Retrieved from: School Athletic Event Safety.

5. Momentum Media. (2002). Safe In Their Seats? Retrieved from: Safe In Their Seats?