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      Cal North mandates that all coaching, staff members, and volunteer participants utilizing the GotSport platform must successfully fulfill the four essential prerequisites for Risk Management. This imperative measure is instituted to ensure the safety and well-being of our players. The four requisite components encompass LiveScan verification, background checks, Safesport training, and Introduction to Safe and Healthy Playing Environments. 

      For Coaches & Volunteers 

      Thank you for volunteering your time! We deeply appreciate our coches and volunteers for their unwavering dedication and commitment in investing their time. Whether you are embarking on your coaching journey for the first time or are a seasoned returning coach, it is essential for all coaches and volunteers to fulfill the four mandatory risk management requirements for the current seasonal year. The only requirement that should carry over if you coached or volunteered the prior year is the Livescan. All other prerequisites must be completed annually. To assist you in this process, we have provided step-by-step guides for each requirement, designed to facilitate a smoother clearance process and get you onto the field quicker! 

      Risk Management FAQ's

      Below are steps for each of the Risk Management requirements' processes.

      Completing the Livescan Requirement

      Completing the Livescan Requirement 

      Completar su requisito de Livescan (en español)

      Typically this requirement takes about a week for results to come back in. 

       

      More Info on Livescans

      Completing the Background Check Requirement

      Completing the Background Check  Requirement 

      Completar el requisito de  VERIFICACIÓN DEANTECEDENTES

       

      Typically this requirement takes about 3-5 business days for results to come back in. 

       

      More Info on Background Checks

      Completing the Safesport Requirement

      Completing the SafeSport Requirement 

      Completar SafeSport (en español)

      This requirement can be approved as soon as the same day as long as you prove you have completed the course via screenshot or using the check records button. (Please see steps on this process) 

       

      More info on Safesport

      Completing the Intro to Safety Requirement

      Completing the Intro to Safety Requirement 

      Completar  INTRODUCCIÓN A LA SEGURIDAD 

      This requirement can be approved as soon as the same day as long as you prove you have completed the course via screenshot showing your name and completion date of the course. (Please see steps on how to do so.)

       

      More info on Intro to Safety 

       

      Below are the four requirements each club staff, coach or administrator must fulfill in order to be cleared to participate with us.

      Intro to Safety
      The U.S. Soccer's introductory course on preventing, recognizing and responding to emergency situations. The e-learning module will take approximately 30 minutes to complete.
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      US Center SafeSport
      Report to the US Center for SafeSport online or by dialing (720) 531-0340.
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      Livescan
      Live scan is an automated service for criminal history background checks that may be required as a condition of employment, licensing, certification, foreign adoptions or VISA/Immigration clearances.
      Back ground Check
      A background check is a process a person or company uses to verify that an individual is who they claim to be, and this provides an opportunity to check and confirm the validity of someone's criminal record, education, employment history, and other activities from their past.
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