This article outlines the steps to invite Assistant Coaches to join your Program.


Assistant Coaches:

As a Coach you can invite as many Assistant Coaches as you need to help manage your Program. All participating adults serving in a coaching or volunteer capacity must register, and like PGA Coaches, must pass a required background screening and complete the required Abuse Prevention Systems (APS) training.


Assistant Coach Types:

As a Coach, you have the option to determine what level of access your Assistant Coach has to your PGA Jr. League Program. See below for the three types with additional details about each:

  • Location Manager: A Location manager has full access on the website to manage all aspects of your location, programs, and teams. For example, a Location Manager can view and edit all Programs published for this given Location, publish additional Programs, edit existing Programs, and manage all aspects of the season such as Creating Teams, Rostering Players, Messaging, Scheduling, and more!

  • Program Manager: A Program manager has full access on the website to manage this specified Program. For example, a Program Manager can view and edit this given Program, edit the Program, and manage all aspects of the season such as Creating Teams, Rostering Players, Messaging, Scheduling, and more for this Program!

  • Team Manager: A Team Manager has limited access and cannot access or edit your Location or Program. A Team Manager will be on your Team's Roster, and have the ability to follow your season, and communicate with your Team.


Inviting Assistant Coaches to your Program:

In your Dashboard, locate the applicable Program, and click the Tab labeled "Managers". Select "Add Permissions" and complete the requested information.

Your Assistant Coach will receive an email based on the email address input during the invitation process. Your Assistant Coach will need to complete the Account Creation process detailed in this email, and subsequently complete and pass both a Background Screen and Abuse Prevention Systems (APS) Training before being eligible for your Program.

Still need help? Watch this video to see how a Coach can invite an Assistant Coach:

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