CLUB POLICIES AND DOCUMENTS

Stirling netball club's membership policy. All information regarding fees, training nights, new members and additional fees.

SNC constitution is a basic set of rules for the daily running of our club. It gives our members and others the name, objects, methods of management and other conditions under which SNC operates, and generally the reasons for its existence.

Data Privacy Statement

Stirling Netball Club will be what’s known as the ‘Controller’ of the personal data you provide to us. We only collect basic personal data about you this includes name, date of birth, address, email, phone number, photographs and an emergency contact.

Code of Conduct

Our code of conduct for players requires the highest standard of conduct from everyone involved in our netball club, to ensure that their behaviour and actions meet the values and standards expected at all times.

Child Protection Policy

Stirling Netball Club is fully committed to safeguarding the welfare of all children in its care.  It recognises the responsibility to promote safe practice and to protect children from harm, abuse and exploitation. For the purposes of this policy and associated procedures a child is recognised as someone under the age of 18 years.

Safe in Care Guidelines

These guidelines provide practical guidance for those working with children to promote an environment to keep children safe. These guidelines should be read in conjunction with the Stirling Netball Club Code of Conduct. The following guidelines are based on good practice and common sense.

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Adult Coaches Code of Conduct

Our code of conduct for coaches requires the highest standard of conduct from everyone involved in our netball club, to ensure that their behaviour and actions meet the values and standards expected at all times. This relates to all aspects of the sport, which is driven by core values of leadership, integrity, teamwork and excellence.

Junior Coaches Code of Conduct

Stirling Netball Club supports and requires all members to observe the following standards of practice, including verbal and non-verbal actions when in involved in activities with children.

Concerns Proceedure

Stirling Netball Club is committed to working in partnership with parents when there is concern about a child. Where the concern does NOT involve the possibility of abuse, worries should be discussed with the parent/carer. Any significant or untoward incidents should be recorded on the Concern Report Form and reported to Stirling Netball Club CPO.

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Forms and Checklists

Incident Form

Concern Report Form

Risk Asessment Form

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Health and Safety Checklist

Recruitment and Selection Process Checklist

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