Standard #4 Accessibility and Inclusion

The club can demonstrate that it has a plan to enable quality participation in sport.

The club is aware that it may be approached by athletes with disabilities beyond the scope of their current operations and has a plan to address these requests should they occur or has a referral program to other local clubs who offer these services.


Examples of Evidence

  • Referral protocol for athletes with disabilities
  • Inclusion plan to address the request


  • Inclusion policy if there is programming for all participants who are interested in the clubs programs

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#3 Safety in the Facility/ Environment
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#5 Sport System

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