Education and training are key components to establishing a safe and fun environment for those involved in USTA programs and events. The USTA has adopted the United States Olympic Committee’s online training module as its education and training tool for Safe Play. In addition, the USTA encourages everyone participating in its programs and events to watch the online training module produced by the USOC. This training is a useful tool for disseminating valuable information in regard to procedures to follow to keep our play environment safe.
Accessing the Online Training Module
In order to access the training, you must first create an account. Here are step-by-step instructions:
1. Go to http://training.teamusa.org and click on "Register."
2. Fill in the required fields that follow, and click "Save."
You now have an account and can begin taking the training by clicking on either "Discover Courses" or “Store” from the main navigation and then selecting the SafeSport course. Select “Add to Bag”, then “Checkout” and “Place Order.” Then you will be able to activate the course by selecting “Activate” under your Order Details. The course is free.
If you do not have time to complete the course during your visit, don’t worry; it will remember where you left off and you can pick right back up there when you return. Depending on your knowledge and skillset, the training will take from 90 to 120 minutes to complete.
Please note that the following web browsers and devices are supported. If your computer is not running one of these browsers, you will be prompted to update your browser accordingly.
- Google Chrome 10+
- Firefox 4+
- Internet Explorer 9+
- Opera 11+
- Safari 5+
Tablet & Mobile
If you forget your password, just click on the "Forgot Password?" link on the home page and the USOC will send you a temporary password so that you can log in. Once logged in, you can change it to something that is easier to remember.
If you run into any trouble please visit the "Help" section to get answers to common questions. If your question still hasn’t been answered, please feel free to send the USOC a message using the form on the "Contact" page.
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