Code of Conduct for The Executive Committee
Members of Tigersharks Executive Committee have a responsibility to lead and manage the Club to the best of their ability for the benefit of swimmers.
Code of Conduct for Coaching Team
Coaching young people is a massive responsibility. The Coach has the opportunity to significantly influence the development of the individual swimmer, in many cases at an early age.
Code of Conduct for Squad Administrators
Squad Administrators are volunteer parents who aim to help and support the coach in the day to day running of the squad.
One important need is to establish a successful coach/administrator partnership for the benefit of the squad.
Code of Conduct for Parents/Guardians
A swimmer achieving their maximum potential and enjoyment from the sport is dependent upon a number of factors and the parent/guardian undoubtedly has a key role to play.
One key area is establishing a successful coach/parent/guardian partnership for the benefit of the swimmer.
Code of Conduct for Swimmers
The aim of this code of conduct is to maintain our clubs reputation as a friendly and disciplined organisation and above all to ensure the safety and well being of our swimmers.
Procedures for raising issues/questions in the club
If you need to raise any questions regarding Coaching, please in the first instance speak to your child’s Squad Coach ...
Child welfare referral procedures
These procedures set out the method for dealing with a child welfare concern when a complaint is received from a parent or a child. These procedures should be a last resort for matters that have been incapable of resolution...
Child protection policy
Tigersharks recognises its responsibility to safeguard all children* and promote their welfare. The club is committed to creating an environment in which all children have a safe and positive experience...