Newark RUFC is committed to ensuring that all young people, male, female, club members, opposition players watch , learn or participate in rugby union enjoy their experience in a safe, well- managed environment.
The club has appointed welfare officers to act as a point of contact in all issues relating to the welfare of children and young people and to ensure all appropriate documentation and forms are completed in accordance with the rfu/rfuw policy and procedures for the welfare of young people in rugby union.
All volunteers, coaches and employees working with children and young people, will complete the DBS (old CRB)Disclosure application for clearance to work with children and young people.
Contact details to be announced!
CODES OF CONDUCT
All adults working with, coaching, supervising or watching young players either at Newark or other venues are expected to observe NRUF Code of Conduct and Equity in Sport Statement as displayed in Welfare booklet within the club.
All coaches, assistant coaches and helpers are encouraged to take and complete the appropriate RFU Mini/Midi, youth or Adult coaching qualifications.
Coaches should hold Level One or their equivalent; all age groups lead Coaches should hold at least level Two qualification