Safe Sport

Feildians Athletic Association is committed to a safe, respectful, equitable and FUN soccer environment for all of our participants free from all forms of discrimination, maltreatment and harassment. 


 Our club has committed to the Responsible Coaching Movement and pledges to uphold these principles in all of our youth programs. 


Rule of Two

All FAA Team Staff have taken the Coaching Association of Canada's Rule of Two training module. When following the Rule of Two, all interactions and communications with participants are in open, observable, and justifiable settings, and two responsible adults — whether a coach, parent, or staff — are present. 

While all coaches are trained in applying the Rule of Two in all settings and keep their players informed of acceptable practices, we encourage parents/guardians to speak to their players about the Rule of Two and how the can safeguard themselves against being put in a vulnerable position. Canada Soccer has produced this infographic that is helpful in understanding the Rule of Two and how it should be used in a soccer setting. 

Background Screening

All FAA Team Staff are required to complete Criminal Background Checks and Vulnerable Sector Checks every 2 years. Additionally, before every new training season (fall and spring), all coaching staff complete declarations stating they haven't been charged with any criminal offences or are under sanction or suspension from other sport bodies.   

Ethics Training

Team Staff are also required to take the Respect in Sport for Activity Leaders and Safe Sport training modules. In a continued commitment to the safety of all our participants and volunteers, coaches will continue to be trained the the ethical and safe delivery of soccer to all participants. 



Coach Training Requirements

FAA - Youth Academy is committed to be a Quality Soccer Provider as defined by Canada Soccer. Part of delivering a quality soccer program includes ensuring that appropriately trained and screened adults are leading all our programs. In addition to the certifications listed above, all Metro League Age Group Leads (AGLs) and NLSA Premier League and Championship League Head Coaches are required to complete the Canada Soccer Coach Education Pathway that is stage-appropriate for the group they are working with. As a part of these certifications, the following modules must be completed: 

 Based on the age group listed below, the following certification is required: 

  • U5/6 (Active Start) AGLs - Active Start Workshop 
  • U7 - U9 AGLs - FUNdamentals Workshop 
  • U10 - 11 AGLs - Learn to Train Workshop 
  • U12 - U13 Metro AGLs - Soccer for Life Workshop 
  • U12 - U17 NL Premier League/Championship League Head Coaches - C-Diploma

Policy Links

All related Safe Sport Policies adopted by the FAA Board are linked and kept current on our Policies Page

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