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GRM Code of Conduct for Managers & Other Club Officials PDF Print E-mail

• to remember that children should participate freely, not by force;
• to ensure that their child is dropped off and picked up on a timely basis for all training sessions and games;
• to encourage their child to always play according to the rules and settle disagreements without resorting to hostility or violence; and
• to focus on the child’s efforts and performance rather than winning or losing.
• Show appreciation for Coaches, officials and other managers and administrators.
• Respect officials’ decisions. If asked by a Coach, player or assistant to seek clarification of the reason for an official’s decision, do so calmly after full time. Do not argue about the decision.
• Refrain from instructing players. This is the responsibility of the Coaches and trainers. This includes no ‘coaching from the sidelines’ or during training sessions, discussions in the change rooms or during games, unless invited by the head Coach of that team.
• Respect the rights, dignity and worth of every person regardless of their gender, ability, cultural background or religion.
• In Youth League, encourage parents:
• In Youth League, listen to and respond to parent issues if any, and discuss them with the Coach as appropriate and later the Youth Committee if necessary.
• Abide by the FNSW Smoking Policy, which bans tobacco smoking by managers, other team officials and players in dressing rooms, change rooms, medical rooms, technical areas, access ways to and from the field, canteens and anywhere where team officials, players or members of the public may be affected at training sessions and games.
• The consumption of alcohol is expressly forbidden by players, managers, coaches and team officials whilst involved in the active period of competition or training, or prior to games or training sessions.

 
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