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CSCTA POLICIES


CSCTA Code of Professional Conduct - August 29, 2018

This Code has been prepared by the CSCTA as a professional and ethical guide for Canadian swim coaches and swimming teachers who are members of CSCTA.

The conduct and ethical behaviour of a professional is determined by the degree of respect with which a professional interacts and communicates with swimmers, their families, peers and the public.  Coaches and teachers have a responsibility to encourage autonomy and personal growth and to ensure that athletes train and perform in suitable and safe settings. 


CSCTA Screening PolicyAugust 29, 2018

Screening of CSCTA members and CSCTA member applicants is an important part of providing a safe sporting environment and has become a common practice among sport organizations that provide programs and services to the community. CSCTA is responsible to do everything reasonable to provide a safe and secure environment for participants in its programs, activities and events. The CSCTA takes this very seriously, and is committed to, fulfilling the duty of care it owes to its members.


CSCTA Discipline PolicyAugust 29, 2018

Membership in CSCTA brings with it many benefits and privileges. At the same time, Members are expected to fulfill certain responsibilities and obligations including, but not limited to, complying with the CSCTA Constitution and Bylaws, Code of Professional Conduct, policies, procedures, rules and regulations.

Irresponsible behaviour by Members can result in severe damage to the integrity of the CSCTA and the sport of swimming. Conduct that violates these policies may be subject to sanctions pursuant to this policy.


CSCTA Appeal PolicyAugust 24, 2017

The purpose of this Policy is to enable appeals with Members to be dealt with fairly, expeditiously and affordably, within CSCTA and without recourse to external legal procedures.


CSCTA Dispute Resolution Policy August 24, 2017

The CSCTA supports the principles of negotiation, facilitation and mediation as effective ways to resolve disputes.  



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