Sample-Codes-of-Conduct-for-Junior-Sport.doc - Our Club SUPPORTS Kids Is SAFE for Kids Is FUN for Kids Sample Code of Conduct for junior sport or

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Sample Code of Conduct for junior sport or recreation organisations 1 This sample template outlines an example Code of Conduct for a sport or recreation organisation providing services to children and young people. It is provided for demonstration only and may be adapted to be more relevant to your organisation. Codes of Conduct provide the minimum expected behaviour of all personnel within your organisation. Strategies to support your Code of Conduct should include: Requiring all personnel to acknowledge and sign your code of conduct Ensuring your code of conduct is published, made widely available and communicated to all relevant personnel; and Ensuring your code of conduct it is supported by clear organisational reporting and response mechanisms to address breaches.. 1 These sample codes of conduct have been developed using resources developed by the Australian Sports Commission and the Office for Recreation and Sport, SA. Our Club: SUPPORTS Kids Is SAFE for Kids Is FUN for Kids
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Codes of Conduct for Junior Sport Coaches I agree to abide by this code of conduct Name:………………………………………………………………………………… Signature:…………………………………………… Date:………………………. Remember that young people participate for pleasure - winning is only part of the fun. Operate within the rules and spirit of your sport -help your players to understand that playing by the rules is their responsibility. Relate to officials in a courteous and polite way . Implement relevant sport safety policies and practices . Implement policy and practices (and lead by example) - in relation to responsible use of alcohol and in relation to recreational and performance enhancing drugs. Listen to your players - ensure that the time they spend with you is a positive experience. Encourage young people to participate in administration, coaching and officiating - as well as playing. Promote a culturally tolerant environment . Respect the rights, dignity and worth of all participants - regardless of their gender, ability, cultural background or religion. Keep up to date with coaching practices and qualifications –ensure you understand the principles of physical growth and development.
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