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CODES OF CONDUCT - all renewing members of LMAC please read Featured

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Can all renewing LMAC club members and parents please read this important article 

SENIOR MEMBERS

By renewing your membership as a senior member you agree to the following

 

. CODE OF CONDUCT: SENIOR ATHLETE

As a responsible athlete, I will:

• abide by the UKA and the HCAF Child Safeguarding Policy and Child Safeguarding Procedures

• abide by the UKA and the HCAF Adult Safeguarding Policy and Adult Safeguarding Procedures

• respect the rights of every athlete, coach, technical official and others involved in athletics and treat everyone equitably

• uphold the same sporting values away from sport as I do when I am engaged in athletics

• participate within the rules of the sport, respect decisions of coaches and officials, and demonstrate respect towards

fellow athletes

• cooperate fully with others involved in the sport such as coaches, technical officials, team managers, doctors,

physiotherapists, sport scientists and representatives of the governing body in my best interests and those of other

athletes

• consistently promote positive aspects of the sport and never condone rule violations or the use of prohibited substances

• anticipate and be responsible for my own needs, including being organised, having the appropriate equipment and being

on time

• inform my coach of any other coaching that I am seeking or receiving

• act with dignity and display courtesy and good manners towards others

• in no way undermine, put down or belittle other athletes, coaches or practitioners

• avoid swearing and abusive language whilst in athletic venues, at club functions and events, or when as part of a team/

squad

• never engage in any inappropriate or illegal behaviour

• challenge and report inappropriate behaviour and language by others

• not misuse or abuse sporting equipment and venues

• not carry or consume alcohol or illegal substances while training or competing in athletics

• maintain strict boundaries between friendship and intimacy with a coach or official

• use safe transport or travel arrangements

• act ethically, professionally and with integrity, and take responsibility for your actions.

• I recognise that I am bound by the UKA Anti-Doping Regulations, and submit to the authority of UK Anti-Doping in

the application and enforcement of the Anti-Doping Rules. UK Anti-Doping Rules apply to all member participating in

athletics for a minimum of 12 months from the commencement of membership whether or not the member is a

citizen of, or resident in, the UK. Any athlete wishing to retire from the sport of athletics must put this in writing to the

club and their Home Country Athletics Federation (Athletics Northern Ireland / England Athletics / Scottish Athletics /

Welsh Athletics) and cancel any applicable membership. Official retirement will remove the athlete from being under

the auspices of UKA's Anti-Doping Rules.

BREACH OF THE CODE OF CONDUCT

I understand that if I do not follow the code, action can be taken by my club and I may:

• be asked to apologise for my behaviour

• receive a verbal warning from my coach

• receive a verbal or written warning from the club committee

• be suspended from attending club training sessions

• be suspended from the club

• be required to leave the club.

More information can be found HERE

 

JUNIOR MEMBERS - Please ensure both you and your parents read this - by renewing your membership of LMAC you agree to the following

 

. CODE OF CONDUCT: CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE

 (under 18 years)

As a child or young person under 18 years, I have the right to: 

• be safe and protected

• be listened to

• be respected and treated fairly

• be believed

• ask for help

• be coached by someone who has the right qualifications.

As a young athlete, I will respect the code of conduct and I will:

• be friendly and supportive to other athletes

• keep myself safe

• tell my coach if I am ill or injured

• report inappropriate behaviour or risky situations to an adult

• compete fairly and respect other athletes and officials

• respect the rules of my club

• behave and listen to all instructions from my coach and officials

• take care of equipment owned or provided by the club or training facility

• not use bad language or take part in inappropriate or illegal behaviour

• not bully anyone or pressure them to do things they do not want to, including online

• in no way undermine, put down or belittle other athletes, coaches or practitioners

• keep to agreed timings for all club activities

• tell my parents/carers where I am or if I’m going to be late

• not use my mobile phone during training, competitions or in changing rooms

• not carry or consume alcohol or illegal substances while training or competing in athletics

• use safe transport or travel arrangements.

• I recognise that I am bound by the UKA Anti-Doping Regulations, and submit to the authority of UK Anti-Doping in

the application and enforcement of the Anti-Doping Rules. UK Anti-Doping Rules apply to all member participating in

athletics for a minimum of 12 months from the commencement of membership whether or not the member is a

citizen of, or resident in, the UK. Any athlete wishing to retire from the sport of athletics must put this in writing to the

club and their Home Country Athletics Federation (Athletics Northern Ireland / England Athletics / Scottish Athletics /

Welsh Athletics) and cancel any applicable membership. Official retirement will remove the athlete from being under

the auspices of UKA's Anti-Doping Rules.

BREACH OF THE CODE OF CONDUCT

I understand that if I do not follow the code, action can be taken by my club and I may: 

• be asked to apologise for my behaviour

• receive a verbal warning from my coach

• receive a verbal or written warning from the club committee

• be suspended from attending club training sessions

• be suspended or required to leave the club.

Additionally, my club will always tell my parents/carers if I breach the code of conduct

More information can be found HERE

 

 

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