Level 1 Registered Coach

Individuals interested in becoming a USA Roller Sports member coach must submit a coach’s application and fees to the USARS National Office. Upon receipt of the application, the USARS National Office will send the applicant instructions on completing the background screening, a rule book and test. The test is open-book and must be returned to the national office for evaluation. After passing the background check and basic coaching skills test the applicant will be issued a Level 1 Registered Coach membership. Level 1 certification is only valid for one year. After your initial registration, you must upgrade to Level 2. 

 

Level 2 Certified Coach

After 1 year, you are required to advance to Level 2.  The applicant must submit the Level 2 Certified Coach application and fees to the USARS National Office. Upon receipt of the application, the USARS National Office will send the applicant a rule book, certified coaching skills study guide and test. The test is open-book and must be returned to the national office for evaluation. After passing the certified coaching skills test and verifying the background screening clearance, the applicant will be issued a Level 2 Certified Coach membership. Certification at this level is for two years provided the coach maintains membership with USARS.  After two years, certification must be extended by participation in an approved conference or seminar, producing national championship placements, attending the world championships or successfully passing a home assessment test. 

 

Level 3 Advanced Coach:

USA Roller Sports member coaches wishing to become a Level 3 Advanced Coach must have held a Level 2 Certified Coach membership for two years and submit a Level 3 Advanced Coach application and fees to the USARS national office. The USARS national office will send the applicant an advanced coaching skills study guide. Advanced Coach’s testing may be conducted at an authorized USARS coach’s conference, the National Championships, or arranged in conjunction with an approved proctor.  The test is open-book and must be proctored by an approved USARS representative. After passing the advanced coaching skills test and verifying the background screening clearance, the applicant will be issued a Level 3 Advanced Coach membership. Certification at this level is for three years provided the coach maintains membership with USARS.  After three years, certification must be extended by participation in an approved conference or seminar, producing national championship placements, attending the world championships or successfully passing a home assessment test. 

 

Level 4 Elite Coach:

To become a Level 4 Elite Coach an application must be submitted to the Elite Coaches committee for their approval. The application asks for a list of the coaches’ accomplishments and contributions to the sport. Once Elite status has been awarded, membership must be renewed each year as an active coach; however, the Elite status has no expiration date and no further certification testing is required.

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