The Climbing-Related Injury Monitoring and Prevention (CRIMP) Study is a collaboration between the University of Utah, the Steadman Philippon Research Institute and USA Climbing. This research project is aimed at gathering data from Youth teams regarding climbing-related injuries. We are currently seeking coaches to join the study and help collect data from their athletes. Participants will fill out a quick form each week tracking their activities and are asked to complete another form if an athlete gets injured. This data will be stored in a confidential manner. Watch the video below to learn more!
How to Complete SafeSport Training
If you have previously completed SafeSport training but your certification is not showing up, please contact email@example.com.
Important things to note:
The training MUST be accessed through your USAC account. This connects you to our database and ensures automatic reminder emails for expiration dates.
If you have completed it outside the USAC account, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to check that it is the correct training and that you are showing up in the relevant database. If valid, your certification data will be added to your account.
How to Complete a Background Screen
Important: If you are providing a single document that covers both First Aid & CPR certifications, you must go through the upload process for both First Aid and for CPR separately.
For the current season, you are required to verify your coaching role by submitting one of the following:
Option 1: a letter from your employer stating that you are employed as a coach. This letter needs to be dated for the current season, include contact information for your employer, and should be on gym/team letterhead.
Option 2: a personal letter and curriculum vitae documenting your coaching experience, accompanied by at least two references.
To do this, use the following steps: