The strength of our programs is our volunteers, who are trained at specific levels to assure the highest level of safety and enjoyment. Our training programs follow Move United National guidelines and provide opportunities for volunteers to attain the highest level of professional adaptive sports certifications.
Below is a list of our current training materials and waivers and background checks needed to become a volunteer. We are constantly adding more training modules. If you have any questions about the volunteer experience, please contact Maddie Mattey at Maddie@AdaptiveSportsConnection.org.
General Volunteer Information
Winter Sports Volunteers
- ASC Sailing program introduction
- ASC Sailing Volunteers Guidelines & Responsibilities
- ASC Sailing Volunteer Skills Training Curriculum
- Glossary for ASC Sailing Shore Help
- Glossary for ASC Sailing Skippers and Crew
- Common knots to learn for sailing
- ASC skills list for General help and Shore Help
- ASC/NOWS standards of practice skills for Crew
- ASC/NOWS standards of practice skills for Skippers
- ASC Sailing On-Shore Checklist
- ASC Sailing Procedure 123
- Inlet Depth and Navigation Chart
- Catalina Capri 14.2 sailboat information
- Hobie Wave Catamaran sailboat information
- Interlake sailboat information
- O’Day Daysailer II sailboat information
- Additional Sailing Resource Links
Water Sports Endorsements
Adaptive Sports Connection Waivers and Background Check
Everyone is required to have a signed Adaptive Sports Connection waiver and complete a background check after your initial volunteer experience. For your convenience, we have provided a pdf download for you to submit.
Sports and Recreation Specific Information
More detailed information coming soon.