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Bullying, Hazing and Inappropriate Behaviors
Protecting students doesn’t happen just on the court or on the field. More and more, news media and criminal investigations are documenting examples of inappropriate relationships, sexual harassment, hazing, and bullying. In a fast-growing world of electronic and social media, these issues are becoming more prevalent and, in some cases, more severe. That is why the National Federation of State High School Associations has developed the course Bullying, Hazing, and Inappropriate Behaviors. This course takes a hard look at these difficult issues and provides recommendations and procedures that coaches should follow to protect their students, their program, and themselves.
So, take the course, Bullying, Hazing, and Inappropriate Behaviors, available for free on the NFHS Learning Center.
Course comes with
1. Introduction1 Sections
- Course Welcome
2. Coaching Responsibilities1 Sections
- Modeling Appropriate Behavior
3. Types of Abuse and Harassment6 Sections
- Physical Abuse
- Emotional Abuse
- Sexual Abuse and Sexual Harassment
- The Role of the Coach
4. Hazing2 Sections
- Hazing Practices
- Types of Hazing
5. Bullying and Cyberbullying2 Sections
- Bullying and Cyberbullying
- The Role of the Coach
6. Congratulations1 Sections
This Course Includes
- Approved for 2 Clock Hours
- Certificate of Completion
- Additional Resources
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NFHS National Coaching Credentials
The NFHS Learning Center offers a 3-level national coaching credential that helps you gain knowledge you can use to provide a fun, educational, and a safer environment for your students.
This national credential was developed for individuals who are currently coaching or aspire to coach at the interscholastic level. The goal is to enhance the ability of the coach to better serve students, the school, the community, and the profession of coaching.
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