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HHSAA COACHING REQUIREMENTS

All head coaches and assistant coaches participating in HHSAA sanctioned events must have completed the following courses from the NFHS Learning Center website (https://nfhslearn.com/):
 
 
** Coaches that have completed the ASEP Fundamentals in Coaching prior to implementation date of June 30, 2005 are exempt from NFHS certification by grandfathering clause.
 

ADDITIONAL STATE REQUIREMENTS:

 
Football coaches are required to complete USA Football Heads Up Football Middle and High School Coach Certification:
 
Cheerleading coaches are required to complete:




HAWAII COACHES ASSOCIATION INSURANCE PROGRAM


GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE PROGRAM


As a membership benefit, coverage is provided by the Commercial General Liability Policy issued to the National Organization of Coaches Association Directors. This policy will provide general liability coverage to the Hawaii Coaches Association and its members.


CARRIER


Houston Casualty Company


POLICY PERIOD


August 1, 2018 – August 1, 2019


LIMITS OF INSURANCE


$1,000,000Each Occurence
$1,000,000General Aggregate (per Member)
$1,000,000Products/Completed Operations
$1,000,000Personal & Advertising Injury
$   300,000
Fire Damage
$     50,000
Sexual Abuse (per Member)
Excluded
Medical Payments


COVERAGES


  • Educator Professional Liability
  • Participant Legal Liability for insured members
  • Liability assumed under insured written contract
  • Defense Cost outside limits

EXCLUSIONS


  • The use of automobiles, buses, watercraft and aircraft
  • Property of others in the care, custody, and control of the insured.
  • This insurance does not apply to members that coach at an All-Star game that is not approved by your state coaches association.

CAMP INSURANCE


Today, most Coaches are involved in some type of sports camp. Please note that our General Liability Program follows insured members while working at camps and/or conducting their own personalcamp.

In addition, Participant/Accident Coverage is required for coaches and/or participants. Should an accident occur during a camp, clinic or event, this secondary coverage helps offset the loss suffered by families affected by such accidents.


NEW PROCEDURE FOR CAMP INSURANCE


  • Participant Waivers - Signed waivers must be in place for all participants attending camps. The waiver must have indemnification language and acknowledgement that primary medical insurance is in place for the participant.
  • Participant/Accident (Medical) - If you cannot secure such a waiver, you must purchase coverage for all participants attending your camp.
  • Additional Insured/Certificate of Insurance - If you require a certificate of insurance naming an additional insured, you must purchase the Participant/Accident (Medical) coverage for all participants attending your camp.
  • Proof of Insurance - If you require a certificate of insurance showing proof of insurance and you have the required waiver in place, you DO NOT have to purchase the Participant/Accident (Medical) coverage.

PURCHASE INSURANCE




INSURANCE ADMINISTRATOR


Loomis-lapann

(P) 800-566-6479 | (F) 518-792-3426

Greg Jolygjoly@loomislapann.com
Lori George
lgeorge@loomislapann.com
Karen Boller
kboller@loomislapann.com

Disclaimer: This is an insurance overview for summary purposes only; for complete policy terms and conditions please refer to the NOCAD Master Policy.

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