Monaleen GAA Tennis Club is fully committed to safeguarding the well-being of its members. Every individual in the club should at all times show respect and understanding for their rights, safety and welfare, and conduct themselves in a way that reflects the principles of the club and the guidelines contained in the Code of Ethics and Good Practice for Children’s Sport.
This page contains references to all documents included in the club's child protection policy
- CHILD PROTECTION POLICY STATEMENT
- Social Media Policy
- Travel & Hosting Policy
- Adult Supervision of Childrens’ Activities
- Roles & responsibilities
- Mental Wellbeing Policy
- Guidelines for Sports Leaders, Coaches, Officials, etc.
- Bullying Policy
- Form 1 Coach/Sports Leader Code of Conduct Form (Appendix 2)
- Form 2 Accident Report Form
- Form 3 Parental Consent Form (Appendix 10)
- Form 5 Member’s Child Protection Undertaking Form (Appendix 8)
- Form 6 Coach/Volunteer Application Form (Appendix 5)
- Form 7 Disclosure of Criminal Conviction Form (Appendix 5)
- Advice regarding AEDs (AUTOMATED EXTERNAL DEFIBRILLATORS)
- MEMBERS CHILD PROTECTION UNDERTAKING
- Child Welfare and Protection Procedures
- CLUB CHILDREN’S OFFICERS
- Club Complaints Procedure
- Club Recruitment Procedures
- Club Rules
- CODE OF CONDUCT FOR CHILDREN
- Code of Conduct for Parents
- CLUB CHILDREN’S OFFICERS 2021
- CLUB CHILDREN’S OFFICERS
- ANTI DISCRIMINATION POLICY
Monaleen Tennis club recognises the importance of affording equity, equal opportunity and fair treatment to all (Children & Adults) involved in the club activities. Monaleen Tennis Club aims to ensure that all people irrespective of their age, gender, disability, race, religious belief, ethnic or national origin, colour, nationality, civil status, family status ,sexual orientation, or membership of the Traveller Community have a genuine and equal opportunity to participate in the club activities at all levels and in all roles. Direct discrimination is defined as treating a person less favourably than others are, or would be, treated in the same or similar circumstances. Indirect discrimination occurs when a requirement or condition is applied which whether intentional or not, adversely effects a considerably larger proportion of one race, gender or marital status than another and cannot be justified grounds other than gender, race, or marital status. Monaleen Tennis Club’s objectives are:
1. To ensure that all those who participate in the club’s activities at all levels in all roles receive equal and fair treatment.
2. To ensure that the format and content of all competitions, events and activities run by the club provide equity for all, except where specific situations and conditions properly or reasonably prevent this.
3. To give clear guidance to all individuals working within Monaleen Tennis Club, either employed or as volunteers, on the commitment to equity, safe and equity and non-discrimination.
Monaleen Tennis Club reserves the right to limit competitions to persons of specific age, gender or disability groups where it is necessary to equitable, safe and equal competition. The Club Committee will be responsible for:
• Promoting, implementing and monitoring the policy within the club.
• Ensuring that Members are familiar with the club’s policy and understanding their rights and responsibilities in relation to it.
• Practicing non-discriminatory behaviours. • Ensuring that activities are congruent with and in support of this policy.
• Ensuring that claims discrimination is speedily and constructively dealt with through agreed strategies.
All members will be responsible for:
• Making themselves familiar with the anti-discrimination policy of the club.
• Practicing non-discriminatory behaviours
• Notifying the committee of any discriminatory activities that come to their attention.
Adopted by Monaleen Tennis Club Committee