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Looking to participate in a sport that requires skill, strength, strategic thinking and the desire to play as part of a team?  Whatever level you play at, baseball can enhance your life, improving fitness, strength and coordination.

Whether you are looking to play casually in our recreational league or competitively with one of our traveling teams, you'll find our organization to be a great place to learn new skills and meet new friends.

Ohio Return to Play

Starting April 26th, 2013, Ohio law (ORC 3707.511) requires a youth sports organization to provide this sheet to the parent or guardian of an individual who wishes to practice for or compete in an athletic activity organized by the organization.
 

The law requires all youth coaches to successfully complete, every three years, an online training program in recognizing the signs and symptoms of concussions and head injuries provided by the Ohio department of Health.  After completion of the program, coaches are required to print or electronically save their certificate and send the certificate to SJB (info@sjbkids.com).  SJB will maintain a library of these certificates in order to comply to the Ohio Law.

The three following free online trainings have been approved by ODH for coaches and referees:

1.  National Federation of State High School Associations Concussion in Sports - What you Need to Know:

http://www.nfhslearn.com/electiveDetail.aspx?courseID=38000

This free on-line course is available through the NFHS. You will need to click the “order here” button and complete a brief registration form to take the course. Follow these steps to complete the course:

Click on the button that says, "please login to order."  In the window that appears, click "Register Now".

When your registration is complete you may "order" the free concussion course offered along the left hand side of the page.  Continue following prompts.  Although it may look like you'll be charged for the course, there is no cost.

Once you have completed "checkout," you'll be able to take the free online course.

When you have completed and passed the course, you have the option of printing a certificate of completion.

 

2.  National Alliance for Youth Sports (NAYS) Concussion Training:

http://www.nays.org/additional-training/preview/concussion-training.cfm

This free online course is available to all coaches and parents. To register, pass the course and obtain a certificate of completion you will need to follow these steps:

Click the “Sign Up” button and complete the brief registration form to create a free account.

From your account you will want to select the “Go to clinic” link to begin.

On the overview page you will need to select the “I want a certificate for this training” button to satisfy the Ohio law and obtain a certificate of completion.

Answer all of the exam questions for each section. When complete, an “Access Your Certificate” link will appear under the More Resources tab for easy printability of your certificate.

Existing NYSCA coaches and PAYS parents can also add concussion training for free to their existing account.

 

3.  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Heads Up Concussion in Youth Sports Training:

http://www.cdc.gov/concussion/HeadsUp/online_training.html

 

CERTIFICATES OF COMPLETION: 

All three training courses offer a certificate of completion upon successful passage. 

The NFHS course allows individuals and organizations to search for and track coaches who have completed the course. The search function allows for searches by date, name, state, city or school.

NAYS chapters can track coaches who have completed the course and are members of the NYSCA.  To find your own certificate of completion, log in to your free account again, click on the “Go to clinic” link for Concussion Training and select the “Access Your Certificate” link.

The CDC course does not allow you to search for or track course completion.  In order to print your certificate of completion, use the print button found within the training.  You will not be able to print the certificate using your tool bar or keyboard, and will be unable to return later to search for your certificate.

 

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