FUTURES SESSIONS: FURTHER INFORMATION FOR PARENTS
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At the point of booking, any relevant medical info (allergies, previous injuries) for anyone attending must be given.
PARENTS ON SITE:
A parent or carer should stay on site with a child under the age of 18 for the duration of the session.
EMERGENCY CONTACT INFORMATION:
Emergency contact details for parents/carers must be given at the point of booking.
PHOTO & VIDEO POLICY:
Photos and videos may be taken for training, promotional and publicity purposes during the Futures Session. Parents must say if there is a reason why their child must not be photographed and make the head coach or event organiser aware. Pictures and Videos may be used online but children will not be named.
Any attendees who missed the session introduction and dry land warm up may not be able to take part in the session.
SKILLS LEVEL POLICY:
All attendees must be able to use the lift by themselves, control their speed and their direction and be able to make decisions on their own progression. Any attendee who is deemed to not have the correct level of skills during the warm up laps may be advised to leave the slope or not be allowed to take part in the freestyle aspect of the session. There is no “lesson plan” during these sessions. Futures Project promote an environment where attendees take ownership of their own development. Attendees should have an autonomous approach to learning, with coaches present to support and guide the attendees.
Each session will have an appointed welfare officer. The welfare officer will have safeguarding training , DBS and will introduce themselves to the group at the beginning of the day as the welfare officer. They are the point of contact for any concerns anyone might have and must pass on the information appropriately. For further information on safeguarding, please click here.