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Wayne Little League - Home of the 1970 World Champions

Safety Classes

Coaching for Wayne Little League is a fun and rewarding experience.  There are 3 simple requirements necessary to be a coach:

1. Fill out a Volunteer Application (Background check)
2. Attend the Rutgers Safety Program
3. Watch a concussion training seminar from your computer

  2. Below is  the easy information for completing and getting credit for these 3 steps.

1. 2018 volunteer application.pdf
2. Rutgers Safety Program

If you have already taken the seminar you must give a copy of your card to your league president so you may be certified for Wayne Little League.   Wayne Little League is tentatively scheduled to host a Rutgers S.A.F.E.T.Y.(Sports Awareness For Education Today’s Youth) Clinics for all volunteer coaches.

* The next Training session date is to be determined.   
*  If you have not taken the class yet you MUST email your league president in advance to be registered.  Details of the class will be given at that time.  
*According to New Jersey’s Little League Law (2A:62A-6), in order to be eligible for the civil immunity protection, volunteer coaches are required to attend a “safety orientation and training skills program.” The Rutgers S.A.F.E.T.Y. Clinic is based upon the “Minimum Standards for Volunteer Coaches Safety Orientation and Training Skills Programs” (N.J.A.C.5:52) and has been tested in court as having met the standards. All Head coaches and Assistant coaches must complete the Rutgers SAFETY Clinic prior to the start of their coaching season.

List of Places You Can Take the Rutgers Safety course click here. (once on the site click on box in upper right corner that says: Volunteer Coaches’ S.A.F.E.T.Y. Clinic Schedule)

3. Concussion Seminar

As per the borough’s insurance and the BOE insurance policies all coaches must now be certified in concussion training. Please click here to be taken to the Concussion Awareness online-course (approximate 45 minutes long).  Once completed please give the form to your league president.