USA Cycling SafeSport Program Overview & Education

  
  


SafeSport is more than a program or movement, it represents an awareness level. Athlete safety is everyone’s responsibility, and misconduct, abuse and performance enhancing drug use thrive on secrecy. SafeSport helps raise awareness of misconduct, abuse and drug use in sport, educates and instills confidence in sport participants to identify unsafe behaviors, and empowers everyone to act when they witness risky and unsafe behavior. Are you SafeSport aware?

USOC Training

The U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) has created a terrific, all-encompassing SafeSport training program that is free to all NGB members. We encourage you to take the training to learn more about SafeSport and why it is so important for everyone’s awareness levels to be raised.

In order to access the USOC’s SafeSport training, you must first create an account. Here are step-by-step instructions:
 
1. Go to http://training.safesport.org and click on “Register”.
2. Fill in the required fields that follow and click “Register”.
 
Once you have an account, you can begin taking the training by clicking on either “Courses” from the main navigation or “Click here to view your courses” from your Welcome message.
 
If you do not have time to complete the course during your visit, your completed training sessions will be remembered and you may sign back in at any time to resume your training.
 
Once you have completed the training, USA Cycling will receive notification from the USOC and your membership account will be updated accordingly.

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