Code of Conduct for Junior Members
The BJBA Badminton Club is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the well being of all its members. The club believes that it is important that members, coaches, administrators and parents associated with the club should, at all times, show respect and understanding for the safety and welfare of others. Therefore, members are encouraged to be open in sharing any concerns or complaints they may have about any aspect of the club with the Chairperson, Welfare Officer or Head Coach.
As a member of The BJBA Badminton Club, you are expected to abide by the following junior code of practice:
All members must play within the rules and laws of badminton and respect officials and their decisions.
All members must respect the rights, dignity and worth of all participants regardless of age, gender, ability, race, cultural background or religious beliefs or sexual identity.
Members should keep to agreed timings for training sessions and competitions and inform their coach or appropriate official if they are going to be late.
Members should, if selected for a competition or match, inform their coach or appropriate official immediately if they are required to withdraw. Members must wear suitable badminton sports clothing for club sessions and competitions, as agreed with the coach or officials of the club.
Members must pay any fees for training and events promptly or by the due date.
Junior members are not allowed to smoke, consume alcohol or drugs of any kind on the club premises or whilst representing the club. (Junior members who are required to take prescribed medicine must discuss this with the Welfare Officer.)
Members must not use social or other electronic media to publicly criticise any other player, parent or official involved in the game of badminton or otherwise bring the sport into disrepute through inappropriate communications.
Ensure your child arrives and is collected on time for club sessions and events.
Ensure your child’s fees are paid promptly by the due date.
Do not use social or other electronic media to publicly criticise any other player, parent or official involved in the game of badminton or otherwise bring the sport into disrepute through inappropriate communications.