Volunteer Compliance & Assessment
- Are there any changes planned for next year?
- What is the late registration policy?
- What are the dates, times and locations for registration?
- Set the registration fee? Will it change next year?
- Are scholarships being offered?
- Make arrangements for registration suplies and expenses
Regional Coach and Referee Administrators
- How many coaches and assistants will be needed? Always pad the amount needed for each division.
- Make sure they have fliers ready announcing training oportunities.
Child Volunteer Protection Advocate
- Ask the CVPA to educate every worker at registration, so that they can intelligently answer questions.
A CVPA – Child and Volunteer Protection Advocate, is one of the 7 required Regional Board positions as specified in the National Bylaws and Standard Regional Policies and Protocols. The CVPA serves as the Safe Haven program representative in the local Region, Area or Section.
The primary responsibilities of the CVPA include:
- Screening Volunteers at the local level.
- Working with the Regional Board to ensure all approved volunteers are registered and assigned to their specific positions.
- Working with the Regional Coach Administrator, Regional Referee Administrator and Regional Commissioner to ensure that all coaches, referees and volunteers are properly trained and certified and that they receive an annual Safe Haven protocol review.
- Serving as a contact for child abuse, child protection concerns.
- Working with the Regional Commissioner to ensure mandated reporting of suspected child abuse.
The CVPA is training requirements include:
- CVPA Job Training
- AYSO’s Safe Haven
- CDC’s Concussion Awareness Training
- AYSO’s Annual Safe Haven Addendum