Code of Ethics and Conduct
All members, coaches, parents and volunteers must:
- Not discriminate on the grounds of race, colour, language, religion, birth or social status.
- Put the well being, health and safety of members above all considerations.
- Respect other person’s basic human rights and dignity.
- Treat all personal information about individual members as confidential, except in exceptional circumstances regarding health and safety or medical requirements.
- Sign the club Code of Ethics and Conduct (Including parents of swimmers under 16 years) before being accepted into membership.
- All club coaches working within the club must sign the Coaches Code of Ethics and Conduct, which has been endorsed by Scottish Swimming.
- Abide by the Scottish Swimming Anti-Bullying Policy
A swimmer will commit to:
- Consistent attendance at training and recommended competitions.
- Give respect and support to the staff and the training programme.
- Hard work, both in the pool and land conditioning (where appropriate).
- Always listen attentively and try to learn something on every occasion.
- Be early for each session to enable a warm up before each training session starts.
- Respond well to challenges which are set and always communicate self esteem.
- Be responsible for keeping a record of your own best competition times.
- Wear Club kit at training sessions, and particularly at competitions and medal presentation ceremonies.
- Participate in fund-raising events when requested by the Fund-raising Committee.
- Sign the club Code of Ethics and Conduct which has been endorsed by Scottish Swimming.
- Abide by the Scottish Swimming Anti-Bullying Policy.