COERVER® COACHING SCOTLAND COVID-19 GUIDELINES

COERVER® COACHING SCOTLAND COVID-19 GUIDELINES

This information is designed to give all parents and players, guidance, and recommendations to help facilitate the return/continuation of COERVER® COACHING activities while following all Scottish Government guidelines.

In line with Scottish Government and sportscotland guidance, we have set out guidance for players age 17 and under

Guidance for Age 17 and Under

  • OUTDOOR ACTIVITY      Where possible activity will take place outdoors.

  • INDOOR ACTIVITY Indoor activity is permitted in level 0-3 local authority areas

  • PARENT/CARERS:   We would advise that parents only attend if they need to, however, one parent/carer per child is permitted to supervise the activity, following all COVID protocols 

  • This is subject to venue/facility being able to accomodate 

     

    • Remain in a defined area that has been marked out and is a minimum of 2 metres from the ‘field of play bubble’ areas
    • SIGN IN and add contact details on paper register available at entry to venue. You must provide name and contact number
    • Must follow all protocols in place including 2m distancing at all times, one way systems, hygiene stations and any other venue specific guidance
  • TRAVEL                               Parents/carers can take a young person under the age 17 and under out of their Local Authority area for their organised activity. Travel is subject to ongoing change in line with Scottish Government protection levels.

  • COVID-19 ELEARNING                All players, participants over the age of 13, and parents and carers are advised to undertake a COVID-19 eLearning course if they or their children are to participate in sports training, competitions and other events, course can be found at https://www.scottishfa.co.uk/football-development/return-to-football-hub/covid-19-elearning/

Age 17 and under Activity

  • Contact activity for this age group is permitted, however physical distancing should be in place before and after activity.

Additional Measures

  • Appropriate one-way systems in place at your respective facility.

  • Hygiene measures are implemented at all times.

  • All activity arranged to take place in an appropriately risk assessed venue.

  • 2m Physical distancing necessary for coaches at all times.

  • A covid-19 coordinator (see details below) ensuring all measures are in place.

  • A covid-19 venue coordinator for each individual venue.

  • Ongoing Staff Training in place for all Coerver® Coaches.

This guidance applies to all Coerver® Coaching Scotland activities and is in accordance with the current Scottish Government guidelines.

All information is correct at time of publishing and subject to change.

COERVER® COACHING SCOTLAND COVID-19 COORDINATOR

In line with best practice guidelines, Coerver® Coaching Scotland have appointed a COVID-19 Coordinator. This role will be filled by our Head of Operations and Technical Director, Joe Jones.

Through the COVID-19 Coordinator, Coerver® Coaching Scotland will ensure all players, coaches, parents, facilities, and other stakeholders are fully aware of the arrangements and their responsibilities and that they always follow procedures and policies.

Should you have any questions or concerns regarding COVID-19 protocols and if you must pass on their details to a member of the NHS Scotland Test & Protect team, you should contact Joe.

CONTACT DETAILS 

Joe

Email:  joe.jones@coerver.co.uk  Mobile: 07767 166297

Phone: 0844 8080 442

COVID-19 VENUE COORDINATORS

A COVID-19 Venue Coordinator will be present at each session delivered. COVID-19 Coordinator/Assistant Coordinator will be keeping a record/register of all course attendees for contact tracing purposes.

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