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Does anyone know if this is still required for coaches to coach high school football?  How often does it have to be completed?

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You should complete it every other year. Though I don't know if it is call Sea 222 any more, there are four videos on NFHS to watch Heat, Concussion,  Blocking/Tackling, and Sudden Cardiac. I believe these courses are required by law. 

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I looked on the IHSAA By-Laws and it only states 3 videos: Concussion, Sudden Cardiac Arrest, and Heat Illness.  It does state that you need to complete it every other year.  But I can not find where it states that SEA 222 is required.  

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On 8/2/2019 at 5:09 PM, Julio said:

I looked on the IHSAA By-Laws and it only states 3 videos: Concussion, Sudden Cardiac Arrest, and Heat Illness.  It does state that you need to complete it every other year.  But I can not find where it states that SEA 222 is required.  

If you go out to the NFHS learning site for coaches, https://nfhslearn.com/home/coaches, and select Indiana, it will show you that three videos/training are required of all coaches in Indiana: concussions, heat illness prevention, and sudden cardiac arrest.  In addition, it also says that Indiana Football SEA 222 course is also required for football coaches.

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SEA 222 is still required for all coaches in football. Every other year.

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