Information for SRJS Coaches

Thank you very much for offering to organise a South Ribble Junior Squad training session. If this is your first time, these notes may help you.

Objective: -
To try to introduce, and re-enforce, good orienteering practice while having fun.

You will need: -
First Aid Kit can be anywhere – try Martyn & Sue, or Peter
Consent/medical forms from training coordinator (will enclose spares) download here Word doc or PDF
To complete Risk Assessment form found here (Word doc or PDF) or on BOF website. Forward to coordinator after session.
Map: Coordinator will register the event, ensure permission to use the area has been granted, and forward map with any limitations to use.
Map Printing: Quentin can laser print, check how much notice he needs.
Let coordinator know your planned meeting point, and when you need to know numbers by (for printing maps, usually the Thursday before the session) so that he can inform Squad.
Certificates: Bob Nash needs to know how many to print, and the topic, usually by the Thursday evening, but check with him.
Help try and get the Young leaders involved – coordinator will ensure they know when training is, but don’t hesitate to contact them (Katrin, Zoe, Matt, Chris, John, Ben, Kira). A second coach is highly recommended.

You may need: -
Training Kites: Martyn & Sue
Cones: Quentin

On the day: -
Keep a register of who attends, for insurance reasons, and helps us see who is attending.
Check you have all the necessary consent forms completed.
Money Collect £1 from club members, £2 from non-members – covers maps, certificates, etc. Surplus needs to be sent to Dick, with accounts.
Certificates hand out, difficult to circulate later.

Any problems contact coordinator Ian Selby Tel 01995 600292
Last Updated: 25.09.09