- Brief all helpers, assistant coaches and players on the aims of the session and the purpose of each activity. Involve all helpers and make sure they are made aware of the value of their input.
- Attend Club meetings to ensure that the committee are aware of all activities.
- Ensure that you are well briefed about any special needs of the participants involved i.e. medical condition/disabilities etc
- Identify and recruit, in line with club procedures, additional volunteers to assist in the running of the club activities e.g. parents.
- Abide by and promote sound ethics and club policy, child protection, fair play and equal opportunities to all members.
- Develop your own skills by attending SFA coach education courses.
- Take responsibility for ensuring that the equipment is correct and is kept in good working order.
- Be aware of and promote the clubs Code of Conduct for all personnel associated with the Club.
- Be aware of and follow the procedures for recording accidents.
- Be aware of the club’s Child Protection policy, Health and Safety policy and Emergency procedures and take responsibility for Health and Safety aspects during activities.
- Ensure that there is an accessible, well stocked first aid kit at the venue and a telephone nearby.
Organisation aims and objectives
Based at the Community Centre in Coll, Back Football and Recreation Club run a senior football team, several youth teams and a development club for primary age children. We also manage the Community Centre, All Weather Pitch, Golf Driving Range and Football Pitch. The Community Centre is used by other clubs and groups and hosts various evening classes and events over the year.
Minimum age: 18
Training details: All volunteers will be provide with an induction and a handbook. The head coach/chair will be your main contact for support questions or issues
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