BASKETBALL NSW CODES OF CONDUCT PARENTS / SPECTATORS CODE OF CONDUCT Board of Directors NSW Basketball Association • Parents/spectators will abide by BNSW’s Parent/Spectator Zero Tolerance Policy and guidelines on sports rage. • Encourage children to participate if they are interested. If they are not, don’t force them.
BASKETBALL NSW CODES OF CONDUCT REFEREES CODE OF CONDUCT Board of Directors NSW Basketball Association • That you will abide by the policy and guidelines of the statutory requirements of the NSW legislation in relation to child protection and BNSW’s sports rage guidelines.
NSW MACCABI BASKETBALL CODE OF CONDUCT PARENTS & PLAYERS (April 2014) Preamble: In addition to adopting “Active Australia’s Aussie Sport ode of ehaviour” NSW Maccabi has an extension to this code tailored to the needs of our organisation and membership. This can be found on the Maccabi NSW website. These combined Codes of
The Basketball NSW Code of Conduct clearly states that coaches should refrain from having any private messaging with children. However, it is common practice that group messages are sent to convey important information, e.g. to confirm training times.
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Player’s Code of Conduct. Understand and abide by the rules of basketball at all times when playing. Do not argue or excessively question a referee’s call. Verbal abuse, including obscene language or derogatory gestures towards any official, will not be tolerated or permitted before, during, or after the game.
Codes of conduct. Codes of conduct are important for all sporting organisations. They set out a standard and expectation of behaviour for everyone involved – administrators, coaches, officials, players, parents and spectators. Issues covered in Codes of conduct can be many and varied - from on-field incidents, sideline abuse and mismanagement, to inappropriate social media posts, unfair treatment, poor sportsmanship and more.
Immodest behaviour in victory or success, and manifestation of self-disgust at an error or failure are poor sportsmanship. Gracious conduct, whatever the result of a game, is important. Unfair or illegal tactics to gain an advantage should never be used. Excessive or inappropriate talk should not be used on the field of play.
Code of Conduct • Players must be obedient and follow the instructions of the coaches. • Sydney Blazers have no discrimination in any kind and no bullying allowed. • None of the staff, players or parents will behave in such a manner to disgrace Sydney Blazers during the competition or any other time that players represent the club.