CLUB POLICIES

CODE OF CONDUCT

For Participants

As a member of Richardís Trampoline Club you are expected to abide by the following club rules.  These rules are set out so we can offer all members the opportunity to have fun, whilst learning in a safe and happy environment.

          All members must at all times participate within the rules and respect coaches, judges and their decisions.

          All members must respect opponents and fellow club members.  Bullying and unacceptable behaviour will not be tolerated.

          No bouncing on the trampolines without the supervision of a suitable qualified British Gymnastics Trampoline coach.

          Members should keep to agreed timings for training and competitions or inform their coach, if they are going to be late.

          Suitable sports clothing must be worn, this includes spotters.  Socks or trampoline shoes must be worn when on the trampoline.  Jeans or tracksuits with toggles on them are not suitable sports clothes.  Long hair must be securely tied back.

          Remove all body jewellery this applies to spotters also.  Coaches will not be held responsible for jewellery or valuables it is therefore advisable to leave them at home.

          Do not attempt any new moves without the consent of your coach, or any double bouncing.

          Fees should be paid on the first week of each month and are non-returnable.  Holiday and absences cannot be carried over.

          Inform the coach if you wish to leave the trampoline area.  Whilst waiting for your turn, make sure you are standing watching the trampoline.

          No bouncing on the trampolines without an adequate amount of spotters.  Spotters must be standing up, paying attention at all times and not sitting on the mats.

          Members must not smoke, consume alcohol or take drugs of any kind during training or whilst representing the club at competitions or other events.

          Members should treat all equipment with respect.

          At no time should anyone go underneath a trampoline, swing on the sides of the trampoline or run around the trampoline area.

          Any injuries, illness or disabilities must be reported to your coach at the beginning of the session, before starting the warm-up.

          Attention must be paid at all times to your coach.

          Food and drink must be kept away from the trampoline area, ensuring all rubbish is placed in the bin.  Chewing gum is not allowed.

          Members must not use bad language.

          Members should remain inside the centre at the end of a session until collected by their parent/guardian.

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