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How to Register

All coaches must be AYSO registered volunteers, safe haven (online cert), concussion awareness (online cert) and age appropriately certified. To register as a volunteer you must complete the registration application on this website, and turn in a signed copy of the registration form to the CVPA (Child & Volunteer Protection Advocate). Once you are registered you may sign up for a training class through the www.eayso.org web site.

Registration:

Pre-registration is not required unless specified. However, classes with low enrollment may be cancelled at the class start time or a couple of days before hand. Unless otherwise noted, please sign up for the class in advance through www.eayso.org. To register for a class, you must be a registered volunteer and have your AYSO ID number. Your AYSO ID is displayed in EAYSO once you have logged in.

Location:

It is normally advantageous to attend a course offered in your own region, as the class will be closer, you will have more opportunity to meet coaches in your city and you will receive region-specific information about policies and practices. You may attend any AYSO course offered at any location to receive coach training and certification.

Cost:

Many classes have a fee associated with them. For AYSO classes within Region 41, these fees are applicable only for those volunteers from outside Area 11L. If you are a volunteer from outside Area 11L, please bring a check (no cash please) made out to “Region 41”. Area 11L volunteers do not need to bring a check for any training offered within the area. Area 11L volunteers are those from one of the regions listed on the Area 11L Regions page.

Be aware that to be covered under the Volunteer Protection Act you must be certified and trained by attending at least three classes: (1) Safe Haven Certification, Concussion Awareness Certification and (2) Age specific training. For example, if you coach in the 8U division you must attend a 8U course; a 12U certification will only cover those coaching in the 12U division. Also note that an intermediate or advanced certificate does not confer all lower age-specific certifications. Therefore, a coach who holds a 12U and an intermediate certificate and wishes to coach 10U must then earn a 10U certificate. Most regions adhere to this as minimum coaching requirements.

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Laguna Niguel, California 92677

Email Us: rc@ayso41.org
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