To demonstrate those same sportsmanship and fair play values, at the administrative level, that are expected on the field of play.
A True Sport Agreement answers a simple, but important question, “How are we going to treat each other in this group?” The agreement is created by teammates and coaches in an open and safe forum.
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Recruiting, developing and retaining appropriate individuals for the board.
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Consistent with the True Sport principle “Stay Healthy,” the club ensures all programs/teams –training and competition...
All Coaches and Head Coaches are familiar with their club’s Emergency Action Plan(s) and review it at the start of each season. The Action Plan includes, but is not limited to...
The club provides a standardized piece(s) of coaching attire that allows for easy identification and requires all coaches to wear the attire during training and competition events.
A recruitment process for all volunteer, staff and coaching positions is documented and managed by the board, its delegate(s) or the most senior staff person.
The club has the following documentation that has been formally adopted by the membership and is reviewed on a regular basis...