When entering your key code to access your ASEP online exam, you need to type in the key code and click Submit. Click the course title to access the course and click the Take Test link to enter the exam. If you have not entered your key code yet, then it would not say Take Test; it would say Enter Key Code Above.
Next to the course title of the exam you did not pass is a View Details button where you can view the results of your exam. On that screen you can click the Purchase Retest button and follow the online instructions from there. How do I purchase a retest exam for my ASEP course?
CHAMPAIGN, IL-Long-time Special Olympics executive Jim Schmutz has joined the American Sport Education Program (ASEP) as its executive director. ASEP, whose partners include youth sport groups, state high school associations, and Olympic sport governing bodies, develops and delivers education programs based on the philosophy of "athletes first, winning second." The American Sport Education Program is the leading U.S. provider of sport education programs for local and national youth sport ...
The American Sport Education Program (ASEP) is the leading provider of youth, high school, and elite-level sport education programs in the United States. Rooted in the philosophy of “Athletes first, winning second,” ASEP’s courses and resources are used by local, state, and national sport organizations; more than 30 state high school associations; and 200 colleges and universities in certifying coaches. What is the American Sport Education Program (ASEP)?
Through its Volunteer Coaches Education Program, ASEP provides coaches of athletes ages 14 and under the most comprehensive and affordable coach training program for youth sport organizations available anywhere in the country. The ASEP Coaching Youth [Sport] courses are offered as classroom courses and online courses. Depending on the number of coaches you train, you can offer these courses for as little as $11.97 per coach for online courses and $10.17 per coach for classroom courses.
Training for Coaches, Officials, Sport Administrators, and ParentsASEP is the most widely used and respected sport education program in the United States. ASEP Volunteer Coaches Education Program—geared toward youth coaches affiliated with parks and recreation departments and national, state, and local youth sport organizations (coaches of athletes ages 14 and under). ASEP Professional Coaches Education Program—geared toward high school, club sport, and Olympic coaches (coaches of athletes ...
The ASEP Professional Coaches Education Program provides comprehensive courses and resources for those who seek to become coaches in high school, college and university, Olympic, and competitive club-sport programs for athletes 14 years of age and older. ASEP offers coaches of athletes 14 years of age and older a credentialing program geared toward educating the entire coach. These courses include Coaching Principles, Sport First Aid, and Coaching [Sport] Technical and Tactical Skills.