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All Coaches need Rutgers Safety Class
by posted 04/01/2022


The Rutgers SAFETY Clinic

The Rutgers SAFETY Clinic (Sports Awareness for Educating Today’s Youth ™) is a three-hour program that meets the “Minimum Standards for Volunteer Coaches Safety Orientation and Training Skills Programs” (N.J.A.C. 5:52) and provides partial civil immunity protection to volunteer coaches under the “Little League Law” (2A:62A-6 et. seq.)

Introduction

On May 12, 1986, New Jersey became the first state in the nation to pass legislation which protects volunteer athletic coaches, managers, and officials from lawsuits. Commonly referred to as the “Little League Law” (2A:62A-6 et. seq.), this legislation extends partial civil immunity to volunteers who have attended a “safety orientation and training skills program.”

Please contact Rob Larson to schedule a class for you and your coaches.

email: Techroblarson@gmail.com or cell: 732-620-3373

Cost of class: $40.00 per person.

This class is 3 hours long and coach will receive a lifetime card. One and done.

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Refs Needed
by posted 04/07/2021


Ref Needed

https://www.njfoa-central.org/join-us

Welcome to the NJFOA-Central Jersey Chapter

The NJFOA (New Jersey Football Officials Association) is a organization dedicated to serving the central New Jersey area with High School football officials....

Why Become a Football Official?

Be involved first hand in the game up close and personal.  Become a positive role model to young adults.  Build relationships and make lifelong friends.  These are just a few reasons to become a high school football official.

 

As an official, you have to deal with stress and pressure and make split-second decisions.

 

Are you qualified and able?  Officiating is a very demanding avocation.

  • Are you physically fit?

  • You are constantly moving.

  • You may work outside in the elements. It can be hot, cold, and raining.

  • Are you emotionally fit?

  • Do you take criticism well?

  • Can you stay calm under pressure?

  • Can you commit time to officiating?

 

Contact:

Dave Race

203 Vista Drive

Easton, PA  18042

610 704-0158 (Cell)

(Use Form Above to Request Information)

  • During the season, you may need to be off work mid-afternoon

  • You will be required to study the rules both during the season and off-season to fully understand them.

How Do You Get Started?

So, you've thought about it and you're ready for the challenge.  Get in touch with the NJFOA - Central Jersey Chapter today using the contact form on this page.  Our Cadet Training Supervisor will be in touch with you about how to proceed from here and provide answers to any questions you may have OR to register with our association, download and complete the NJFOA Application under the Cadet Forms on this page. Mail the completed application to the above address along with the following:

  1. Check for $50 payable to: NJFOA - Central Jersey Chapter

  2. Doctor's note of physical fitness

Join Today! You won't regret your decision.

 

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