Safe Sport - December
December 20, 2017
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The purpose of this newsletter is to provide a foundation that allows for direct on-going communication with each of you. Information contained within will cover the most current Safe Sport related information. If you have any feedback, comments or suggestions, please email us at email@example.com
Save the Date!
The Spring Zone Workshop dates and locations have been selected. There will be two workshops with two zones invited to each one. USA Swimming will cover the lodging (singles), food and per diem. Your LSC is responsible for transportation, both air and ground, to the workshop. Further information about the the workshop, content and registration will be distributed at a later date.Eastern & Southern Zone Workshop Friday, April 13 - Sunday, April 15Alexandria, VAHotel- The AlexandrianCentral & Western Zone Workshop Friday, April 27 - Sunday, April 29Denver, COHotel- Denver Westin Downtown
If you missed the Safe Sport webinar from October 25th, you can view it here https://usaswimming. adobeconnect.com/_a792273714/ pyprsg1h32oh/?launcher=false& fcsContent=true&pbMode=normalIn the webinar, 2017 Safe Sport Athlete Felllow, Connor Fitz Miller, presented on engaging age group swimmers in Safe Sport activities. As part of his project for the Fellowship, Connor has been raising awareness and educating age group swimmers through presentations and meets. Connor did a great job, and we encourage you to take the 35 minutes to view the webinar.All past Safe Sport webinars are available here: https://www.usaswimming.org/ articles-landing-page/2017/04/ 03/online-clinic-series--- safe-sport
LSC Safe Sport Chair Highlight!﻿Kudos to LSC Safe Sport Chair Rob Riccobon of Connecticut Swimming. At his LSC’s annual House of Delegates meeting, he hosted a course about Social Media Safety presented by a local police officer in the Cyber Crimes Unit. This is a great example of how you can utilize experts in your community! Remember, you do not have to be the expert on a topic, but you can find the people who are and ask them to be a part of your initiative. Great work, Rob!
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