“Novak Tennis Center” promotes high standards of moral and ethical behavior and practice. All coaches must adhere to the principles outlined below:
1.The personal conduct of coaches must be in line with high standards of behavior, maintaining a positive reputation and upholding the club’s code of ethics. Coaches must act as positive role models for children and set good examples during practice.
2.Coaches must show respect for colleagues, the children they work with, and respect for common property.
3.Trainings should start and end on time, and coaches should arrive 10 minutes prior to the start of training.
4.Coaches should be aware of their significant influence on the education of young athletes and should never prioritize victory over the highest ideals of character.
Coaches must respect the code of conduct, behavior, and dress code in accordance with the rules and values of the Center. Trainings should be performed in sports equipment with the club’s logo, which the club is obliged to provide to coaches.
6.Trainers are required to attend weekly meetings, and all educational and other events at the Center. Coaches will be informed about all events via email or message.
7.Coaches must inform parents in a timely manner about the progress and results of their children.
8.Coaches are obliged to inform the Center’s management about any possible problems with players, parents, or colleagues in a credible and timely manner and leave the resolution to the Center’s management.
9. Coaches are asked to regularly check the site and their email to receive notifications about all events in the Center.
Note: Any violation of the protocol, regulations and code of conduct will be sanctioned.