NDASC Key Documents
CLUB CONSTITUTION- any revisions to be proposed annually at AGM. Last update 2016. No revision 2017.
CODES OF CONDUCT - NDASC has Codes of Conduct for our swimmers, parents, and our coaching team that are reviewed priodically. Please take the time to read these documents:
- Athlete Code of Conduct - Jan 2017 version to be signed by all swimmers/parents
- Parent / Spectator Code of Conduct - Jan 2017 version - to be signed by all parents
- Acceptable Use of Mobile Phone - in line with Scottish Swimming as at Jan 2017 to be signed by all families
- Volunteer Code of Conduct - current version. All volunteers should be made aware of expectations
- Coach Code of Conduct - current version - to be signed by all coaches / poolside helpers
- Disciplinary Procedures - current version
- Grievance Procedure - current version
CHILD PROTECTION POLICY STATEMENT
Operational Procedure for Stretch Cord Work
Use of Photographic Equipment
Operational Procedure for linking learn to swim with club programme
Recruitment & Retention Policy
Exit Strategy for Swimmers
NDASC Equal Opportunity Statement
NDASC Hardship Policy
NDASC Swimmer Funding
Swimmer Personal Development Plan & Review
Judge Disqualification Report
Used by our Judges at internal and external events this is the latest FINA Apr 2019 DQ Codes and DQ Report.
GDPR / NDASC Privacy Notice
GDPR is an important change in government legislation regarding data protection and stands for The General Data Protection Regulation. It effectively provides an update to the Data Protection Act, bringing in new requirements and increasing the penalties for breaches. Any organisation that is required by law to comply with GDPR must do so by the 25th May 2018 at the latest. This law doesn’t only cover businesses, but sports clubs as well, since clubs, too, handle sensitive personal data their members trust them with.
GDPR will impose strict controls on how all organisations collect and process personal data within the EU and/or personal data of EU citizens. The UK is expected to enforce the full range of GDPR requirements.
The regulation outlines six key principles for organisations that process individuals' personal information. These are that data shall be:
- processed lawfully, fairly and transparently
- collected for specified, explicit and legitimate purposes
- adequate, relevant and limited to what is necessary for processing
- accurate and kept up to date
- retained only for as long as necessary
- processed in an appropriate manner to maintain security
As a result of GDPR requirements, the club has published a Privacy Notice applicable to members and volunteers on our website which details the information we hold and the purposes for which we hold it. See link below