Legal responsibilities are usually well-defined and are often points of emphasis in coaching certification programs. State associations, departments of education and other government organizations determine the range of legal responsibilities for coaches and instructors. These responsibilities usually are formulated to maintain the safety and well-being of the students and to maintain the educational focus of the training program. ‘Duty of Care’ is a legal responsibility of coaches in many states and is mandated by a governmental body. Key concepts covered in this course:
- the meaning of ‘Duty of Care’
- providing a safe environment for your students
- allowing sufficient warning of the inherent risks involved
- applying rules or codes of conduct for your classes
- proper record keeping
- the core legal documents required
Before you begin: (MUST READ CAREFULLY)
In order to display your name on your Online Course certificate correctly, you will need to complete your details in your ‘Account Info’ under the ‘My Account’ section then return to your course page to download your certificate.
Please also check that you have marked all lessons as ‘COMPLETE’ as this may be another reason why the certificates are not displayed correctly.
When submitting your digital certificates for Accrediation Review, it is imperative that your digitial certificate is displaying YOUR NAME, COURSE NAME and COMPLETION DATE correctly.
All submissions will be rejected if you submit any certificates without the correct information.
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