SportsEngine, Inc. Forms Partnership with TeachAids to Provide Concussion Education for Family Members, Educators and Coaches
TeachAids has formed a partnership with SportsEngine, Inc., an NBC Sports Group company and the leading provider of Sport Relationship Management software, to share its CrashCourse concussion education technology to SportsEngine’s community of coaches, parents and athletes.
Through this partnership, SportsEngine customers will be able to add TeachAids’ industry-leading CrashCourse training to their organization’s safety program, ensuring they are protecting their athletes and holding their staff and volunteers to the highest standard. SportsEngine and TeachAids are working to bring the CrashCourse training into SportsEngine HQ, where administrators will be able to easily assign and track completion of the training to ensure requirements are met and coaches and volunteers are eligible. The CrashCourse training will be available through SportsEngine HQ later this year.
“The formative years of a child’s life are especially precious and SportsEngine has demonstrated their deep investment in working to create a safe environment for sports participation,” said Dr. Piya Sorcar, Founder and CEO of TeachAids. “We are honored to join forces with SportsEngine where we’ll work together to enhance the learning and playing environments for our nation’s youth.”
“There is no greater responsibility than helping to ensure safe play for our community of athletes,” stated Brett MacKinnon, General Manager, SportsEngine, Inc. “We are proud to partner with TeachAids to bring their best-in-class CrashCourse training to our customers as part of our commitment to offering the most comprehensive safety program and resources to youth sports organizations across the country.”
More than one million teams, leagues and clubs use SportsEngine to run their tournaments, leagues, registration and coach eligibility and training programs. Through these applications, sports teams, clubs, leagues and national governing bodies are able to drastically reduce the time they spend on administration and communication, allowing them to focus more time on developing their athletes and furthering the love of sport.