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CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR BECOMING A MEMBER OF THE NATIONAL SKATE PATROL

To become a member of the National Skate Patrol, (NSP) you must first be certified by your NSP Chapter director or other authorized representative of the NSP. The certification process involves the following: 1. Demonstrating a basic set of skating skills which include: skating backwards cross overs forward - backward transitions tee stops and at least one alternate form of stopping minimum speed and endurance as required by the Chapter Director  2. Teaching beginning skaters: how to wear skates and protective gear properly how to STOP correctly how to skate Safe, Legal, Alert, and Polite (SLAP) 3. Passing a final written and/or interactive exam with a score of 80 or above. Click here for the NSP Certification Test. Additional training videos from YouTube.com Click here for a video on the Push and Recovery. Click here for a video on How to Stop and Go. Click here for a video on  Three Ways to Stop on Inline Skates.