2. Deliver and collect your child punctually to and from the coaching
sessions/swim meets. Please inform a member of the coaching staff if
there is an unavoidable problem.
3. If the club changes your child's squad, please remember the change
is to provide appropriate levels of training and enable you child to
progress and should be facilitated and encouraged at all times.
4. Ensure your child is properly and adequately attired for the
training session/event including all required equipment, hat, goggles
and all relevant training kit including dry land training.
5. Inform the coach before a session if your child is to be collected
early from a coaching session/meet and if so by whom.
6. Encourage your child to obey rules and teach them that they can
only do their best. Do not force your child to swim.
7. Behave responsibly as a spectator at training/meets and treat
swimmers, coaches, committee members and parents of yours and other
clubs with due respect, meeting the WASA commitment to equality,
diversity and inclusion.
8. Ensure they do not use inappropriate language within the club
9. Show appreciation and support your child and all the team members.
10. Ensure your child's needs are met in terms of nutritional needs
and listen to advice given from the coaches.
11. Support the coaching staff and committee and raise any concerns
you have in an appropriate manner. Details of the club's Welfare Officer
can be found on the BCSS website.
12. Do not enter poolside during the meets unless requested to do so
or in an emergency.
13. If you wish to have a discussion with the coach please speak to
them after a session to arrange a suitable time. In your dealing with
your child's coach, treat the coach with respect and in the same manner
as you would wish to be treated.
14. Most of all help your child enjoy the sport and achieve to the
best of their ability.