Volunteer opportunities are available throughout the season, including during the Columbus Invitational, annual Ice Show, and test sessions.
As we come closer in time to these events, Committee Chairs will reach out to members with various volunteer opportunities. Members will then know what roles are needed, a description of that role and an approximate amount of time needed to fulfill that role.
If volunteering in close contact with skaters such as chaperoning in the locker rooms, assisting with costume fittings or becoming a committee chairperson, you must be U.S. Figure Skating SkateSafe certified.
U.S. Figure Skating SkateSafe Training is an online course offered by U.S. Figure Skating which takes approximately 1-2 hours to complete. Please provide LCSC a copy of your completion certificate.
US Center for Safe Sport recently changed their training platform and website address. If you had previously completed training courses, those credits have been carried forward. Once you reset password and log0in to the new site, you should be able to see previously completed courses.
Individuals that currently have a training account
If you already had an account on www.safesport.org or www.athletesafety.org, you can access the new site by going to www.safesporttrained.org. Click Login on the upper right, enter your email address as your username and click Forgot Password. This will send a password reset notification to your email address. Follow the instructions to create a new secure password and log into the training site.
Individuals that do not have a training account but need one
If you do not have an account on www.safesport.org, you can create an account through U.S. Figure Skating’s Members Only or Learn to Skate USA®. You will need a membership number to complete the online training, To sign up for a volunteer membership with US Figure Skating please click here