- Coaches must treat all fencers equally and fairly and divide their time evenly between all fencers. Coaches will respect the rights, dignity and worth of every fencer.
- Coaches must provide a safe and fun atmosphere for the fencers and place their well being above the development of performance.
- Coaches must be willing to attend courses and training to enhance their performance.
- Coaches must prepare and deliver appropriate training programmes with varied drills.
- Coaches must attend nominated competitions when the majority of fencers are competing.
- Coaches are expected to attend all practice sessions (unless arrangements are made in advance).
- Coaches should maintain an attitude that is inspirational to the club and promote the positive aspects of the sport.
- Coaches should be approachable for any fencer and should listen to the needs of the club.
- Coaches will develop a working relationship with the fencers based on mutual trust and respect.
- Coaches will encourage and guide fencers to accept responsibility for their own behaviour.
- Coaches will clarify with fencers, and their parents, exactly what is expected of them by reference to the fencers and parent’s charter.
Friday, 12 March 2010
The Coaches Charter forms part of the constitution of the Eltham College Fencing Club and should be read in conjunction with the Fencers and Parents Charter.