Forms and Policies
Criminal Record Checks
House League Coaches and Parents that are volunteering to chaperone or drive athetes:
Please print off the letter as well as the three forms in the links below, fill them out and take them to the RCMP detachement at 455 Victoria St.
You may then email Tracy at firstname.lastname@example.org so she can note that your CRC is being processed.
All Kodiak Coaches:
Volleyball BC Screening Disclosure Forms are now done during the VBC online registration. You will be asked to do this at the Kodiak Coaches Meeting. You will also be sent an invite to complete your Criminal Record Check with MyBackcheck.com from Tracy if required.
DISPUTES AND CONFLICT
PGYVC CONFLICT RESOLUTION POLICY
Not all decisions made by coaches can satisfy all players. Players and parents need to recognize that some decisions are made in the best interest of the team or the Prince George Youth Volleyball Club. Coaches are to communicate philosophy and guidelines to athletes. Our coaches are encouraged to update athletes with feedback during the season. These can be done verbally and/or in writing. If any athlete or parent has individual or team concerns, they must discuss directly with the head coach so that they have an opportunity to defend, justify or answer these concerns. This includes but is not limited to playing time issues, coach philosophy, division of teams, skill level of team, practice structure, feedback, instruction, etc.
STEPS TO DEAL WITH A CONCERN:
1. Encourage your child to talk directly to the coach if she has a problem or concern.
2. If the concern is not resolved there, the parent may initiate a conversation with the coach. It is recommended that the discussion take place face to face.
3. If there is still not a resolution, both coach and athlete/parent will be asked to document in writing the issue with a member of PGYVC executive. After discussion with the coaching staff, one meeting will be set up with a member of the PGYVC executive, the athlete and the parent.
4. Any decision made at this meeting as well as any action required will then be final.
Code of Conduct
The actions of a player are a reflection of themselves, their team, their club and their community. An athlete's involvement in volleyball or other sports provides opportunities and experiences that important to the development of a well-rounded, self-confident and productive human being. As an athlete and member of the Prince George Youth Volleyball Club you shall: