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|2008-08-26 10:22 - Oceanic Juniors|
|Posted by Laura||more from same (Oceania Zone)|
| ||Oceanic Juniors will be held this year in Brisbane from 2-5 October. The FeNZ management committee has limited the number of places available to 8 in each weapon. |
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|FENCING NEW ZEALAND ENTRY AND TEAM NOMINATION FORM|
Print out - complete - and return to Fencing New Zealand, PO Box 99284, Newmarket, Auckland 1149 or email signed and scanned document to firstname.lastname@example.org. It is only necessary to scan the last page with your signature, the rest can be copied into the message body.
I (FULL NAME:)
I nominate myself for entry to the (Competition/Tournament Name):
In the individual events: MEN'S / WOMEN'S - FOIL / EPEE / SABRE (circle the one or more events you wish to fence in as appropriate)
I wish to be considered for the MEN'S / WOMEN'S FOIL / EPEE / SABRE Team (circle as appropriate).
By nominating myself for the individual competition/ tournament event, and also for the teams event above I acknowledge I will fence in the team event if I am selected. I ACCEPT / I DECLINE (circle as appropriate).
I will pay Fencing New Zealand a one hundred fifty dollar ($150) deposit, if this deposit is requested. I acknowledge that the deposit will be used by Fencing New Zealand to pay my entry fee and the balance to be used to defray Fencing New Zealand's costs associated with my participation (FeNZ appointed team support personnel). Fencing New Zealand may refund a part of the deposit not required to cover team expenditure. Also, if I am selected for the team, all the deposit is none refundable in the event that I do not participate for any reason. I ACCEPT / I DECLINE (circle as appropriate).
Payment to Fencing New Zealand:
By bank transfer to account 06-0565-0074568-00 Please reference your payment with you name.
or by cheque payable to:
FENCING NEW ZEALAND
PO BOX 99284
My Date Of Birth is: / / (dd/mm/yy)
I am a financial member of Fencing New Zealand. YES / NO (circle as appropriate)
I am a New Zealand citizen YES / NO (circle as appropriate)
My contact details are:
TO COMPLETE THIS NOMINATION FORM PLEASE READ BELOW THE "FENCING NEW ZEALAND CODE OF CONDUCT" AND "GUIDELINES FOR CONDUCT OF PARTICIPANTS IN NATIONAL TEAM ACTIVITIES" BELOW THEN SIGN YOUR ACCEPTANCE AT THE BOTTOM. TAKE A COPY FOR YOURSELF AND RETURN THE SIGNED AND COMPLETED FORM TO:
FENCING NEW ZEALAND
PO BOX 99284
Or email it to email@example.com
FENCING NEW ZEALAND CODE OF CONDUCT:
Fencing New Zealand (FeNZ) is responsible for the control and conduct of participants in the sport which includes players, coaches, managers, referees, administrators and spectators. All members of FeNZ and spectators attending fencing events are required to adhere to the following codes of conduct:
Fencing New Zealand is committed to the achievement of excellence in all aspects of its programming, performance and management. To support that commitment, Fencing New Zealand has developed these Codes of Conduct that set out the attitudes and standards of behaviour expected of all members. FeNZ will disseminate these Codes of Conduct widely and encourage all members of the New Zealand fencing community to be familiar with these principles. Fundamental to the achievement of higher standards is the understanding that we must first individually, and then collectively, take responsibility for our actions. Everyone has a role to play in making the sport of fencing strong and vibrant in this country. The values that define the standards FeNZ has endorsed are outlined below:
- For officials, coaches and others in positions of authority
- For team mates and opponents
- For rules and regulations, as defined by FeNZ and our partners
- For customs, practices and ideas which are different from our own.
- Working and sharing with others toward a common purpose
- To recognize the benefit of teamwork and demonstrate commitment accordingly
- Treating people fairly and equitably
- Building a strong New Zealand fencing team.
- Achieving success through planning and perseverance
- Setting goals and working toward those goals
- Becoming more determined and more focused than our competitors
- Maintaining one's integrity in the face of challenges.
- Participating with enthusiasm
- Experiencing achievement and accomplishment
- Being a positive role model
- Having pride in our sport and its people.
- For own behaviour
- For appropriate and constructive communication
- For own performance as an individual and as a member of a team or community
- To strive for excellence
Below are the general and specific expectations and guidelines for National Team Activities that participants will be expected to adhere to.
GUIDELINES FOR CONDUCT OF PARTICIPANTS IN NATIONAL TEAM ACTIVITIES:
- Participants are considered to be individuals who are seen to represent FeNZ at a particular event or on a FeNZ program. Participants can be athletes, coaches, managers, referees and / or designated representatives.
- Events and programs are tournaments, training camps, meetings and / or functions where FeNZ is seen to have an interest and is being represented by a designated individual or group of individuals by FeNZ.
- The General Expectations a-h will also apply to supporters accompanying the team and everyone at fencing events.
(a.) Treat fellow participants with respect at all times.
(b.) Work cooperatively with designated coaches, managers, and / or team leaders.
(c.) Demonstrate a high degree of professionalism in your National Team involvement.
(d.) Ensure that one’s activities and / or behaviour does not jeopardize the safety of oneself or fellow participants.
(e.) Provide information and opportunities for fellow participants to be meaningfully involved in the decisions that affect them.
(f.) Do not engage in any type of derogatory behaviour or offensive language with fellow participants.
(g.) Refrain from, and refuse to tolerate in others, all forms of harassment and discrimination related to gender, race, athletic potential, colour, sexual orientation, etc.
(h.) Advocate the positive aspects of sport, i.e. sporting excellence, fair play, honest competition and effort, while refraining from any practices that would suggest favouritism or cheating.
(a.) Team Uniform – Wear the designated New Zealand Team or Club uniform at all times when at a competitive venue, and on other occasions as directed by the team leader / manager.
(b.) Team Support – Actively support New Zealand Teammates, when otherwise not directly involved yourself.
(c.) Commitment – Take part in all required team functions and meetings. Also, participants who are no longer involved in the competition should make it a practice to observe succeeding rounds, including the finals.
(d.) Alcohol – If under the legal drinking age, refrain totally from the use of all alcoholic beverages. If over the legal drinking age, avoid alcohol consumption to a level that would reasonably be expected to impair performance and / or result in disruptive or unsafe behaviour.
(e.) Illegal Substances – Refrain from using banned substances in contravention of the rules of the IOC, FIE and FeNZ. Actively discourage the use of performance-enhancing drugs.
(f.) Consideration of Others – Refrain from activities and behaviours which may interfere with or distract others, thereby lessening their ability to focus on the competition.
(g.) Initiation Activities – Refrain from initiation ceremonies, pranks, jokes, and other activities that endanger, embarrass and / or ridicule others.
(h.) Hygiene – Practice daily cleanliness routines (body and clothing), particularly in consideration of close quarter living with fellow participants.
(i.) Curfew – Respect curfew times set by coaches / manager and be particularly sensitive disturbing behaviour during designated “quiet times.”
At the discretion of FeNZ selector and / or the Management Committee, and in consultation with those parties involved in the incident, the following consequences may be applied if expectations are not met:
1) Written or verbal reprimand.
2) Requirement of verbal or written apology.
3) Removal from the event.
4) Restriction from participation in future events.
5) Restriction from funding opportunities.
6) Revocation of FeNZ membership.
Reporting of Breaches of FeNZ Guidelines for Conduct
Breaches should be reported to:
(a.) The designated Team Manager, Head Coach or Head of Delegation, or
(b.) In writing, to FeNZ Selector or FeNZ President of the Management Committee.
Breaches reported while the team is at a competition or training camp should, ideally, be dealt with on-site. The Team Manager, or Head of Delegation, will be responsible for convening a small panel to review the reported breach. This panel must include an athlete representative. If the matter cannot be dealt with through this initial process, the issue should be directed to FeNZ President of the Management Committee.
Confidentiality of Reporting
Anyone wishing to report a breach of conduct guidelines should maintain the greatest possible confidentiality, by discussing one’s concerns only with the above mentioned people designated specifically to deal with such concerns.
I have read and understand the “Guidelines for Conduct of Participants in National Team Activities” and agree to abide by them for the duration of the current competitive season.
Signature of participant: ________________________ Date: ___________
Guardian to sign
if under the age of 18 _________________________ Date: ___________
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