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Codes of Conduct

Athlete Code of Conduct

  • Respect everyone, on and off the slope; coaches, other athletes, parents and officials

  • Listen to your coaches. They are there to help and improve your skiing

  • Bullying of any kind will not be tolerated. Treat all others as you would like to be treated yourself, with respect and kindness

  • When on the slope give, your full attention to the coaches and bring the best of yourself to every session

  • Show good sportsmanship in everything you do, whether you’re winning or not

  • No mobile devices to be used when on the slope for both training and race days

  • No inappropriate language to be used

  • No prohibited or recreational drugs will be tolerated and this includes alcohol

  • Should you have any concerns regarding the club or members, please contact the Club Welfare Officer (

  • We are one team so support your fellow ASRC athletes with kindness and consideration

  • Enjoy yourself and have fun!

Parent/Carer Code of Conduct

  • Be present when your child is at training or racing

  • Help where/when asked.We are a volunteer led club so we need your help from time to time

  • Aim to be punctual; we know this is sometimes not possible due to work commitments

  • Be a parent; let the coaches coach and be there to encourage your child; they're there for training and importantly fun too!

  • No inappropriate language to be used  

  • Recognise attitude and performance; not results

  • Know your child is safe; please report any concerns regarding the club or members please contact the Club Welfare Officer (

  • Encourage your child and all other ASRC members.

Coach Code of Conduct


  • Promote the welfare and best interest of the athletes

  • Assist in a safe and enjoyable environment to ski in

  • Empower athletes to be responsible for their own decisions

  • Be positive role models for the athletes

  • Not to use or tolerate inappropriate language

  • Report any concerns; of an athlete or parent of an athlete, to the Club Welfare Officer (

Volunteer/Official Code of Conduct


  • Treat everyone equally and not discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, religion or belief, sexual orientation, ability or disability

  • Display high standards of behaviour

  • Consider the well-being and safety of participants before the development of performance

  • Under the guidance of the coaches ensure all activities are appropriate to the age, ability and experience of those taking part

  • Promote the positive aspects of snowsport (e.g. fair play and support for others)

  • Display consistently high standards of behaviour and appearance

  • Never condone rule violations, bad sportsmanship or the use of prohibited substances

  • Encourage participants to accept responsibility for their own performance and behaviour

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