Child Welfare and Protection
Tramore Camogie Club promotes and implements a code of behaviour that encourages fair play, respect, equality and safety. The Tramore Camogie Club Code of Behaviour complements the Code of Ethics and Good Practice for Children’s Sport and addresses the appropriate levels of behaviour, practice and conduct required from our young players, coaches, mentors, supporters, parents/ guardians and clubs.
Tramore Camogie Club has adopted the GAA Code of Behaviour and asks that all our players sign up to this Code of Conduct when registering.
The Code of Behaviour (Underage) aims to ensure that games are conducted in a spirit of fair play where everyone working on our behalf emphasise respect, equality, safety and non-discrimination in all aspects of our work with children and young people.
Recruitment and selection of all Tramore Camogie Club coaches and mentors are required to be Garda vetted and are required to attend a Child Protection course.
The Camogie Association has published GUIDANCE FOR DEALING WITH & REPORTING ALLEGATIONS OR CONCERNS OF ABUSE.
Club Children's Officer
Tramore Camogie Club has a Children’s Officer who promotes our child welfare ethos and associated codes and guidelines.
Role of the Club Children’s Officer:
The key role of the Club Children’s Officer is to ensure the implementation and promotion of the relevant Child Welfare and Protection Codes and Guidelines for good practice so as to ensure that our young people can participate, enjoy and benefit from camogie in our club in safe and enjoyable surroundings.
The Club's (Temporary) Designated Liaison Person is the Club's Children's Officer Ruth Farrell
Contact info: email@example.com or in emergencies 0858454244.
GAA Garda Vetting
The Camogie Association has a long-established principle of vetting any person who, on our behalf, works with children or vulnerable adults in our Association. This principle is enshrined in rule through our Code of Best Practice in Youth Sport.
Further information on Garda Vetting and the E-Vetting application process.
The Camogie Association's Player Welfare Booklet contains useful resources and information for players, coaches, parents and guardians. It includes information on injury prevention, mental health and nutrition.
Tramore Camogie Club Concussion Protocol
The document below contains details based on the most recent guidelines published by the GAA Medical Scientific and Welfare Committee in 2018.
It is intended as a master guideline to those involved in the sport and as an assistance to players, coaches, referee’s and medics in understanding and managing suspected concussion at all levels of the game. In this document, the Camogie Association reaffirms its position that if there are any signs leading to a suspicion of a concussion for a player, at any level or any age, the player should be removed immediately from play, and not return to action on the same day (the impact itself may on occasion be considered an indicator in this context, even in the absence of any immediate symptoms).
The Camogie Association is also adopting and promoting the GAA Information Sheets on Concussion for Players, Young Players (5-18 year olds), Coaches, Parents and Referees.
More information on Camogie Association website
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