An effective policy is one that is reviewed after it has been implemented, and for which feedback has been sought.
Click here to view the new versions of the Handbook and the Management Tool Kit, updated to reflect feeedback and changes in legislation.:
The Tool Kit has been changed significantly so that it works as a genuine guide for those managing matters, particularly at the Club level.
This expanded Tool Kit contains the following:
- Copies of the Participation Agreements that every person involved in a Maccabi club or event must sign, whether online or hardcopy, with specific agreements dependent upon the role you have at Maccabi, including for parents of those aged under 18.
The Maccabi website has been updated with the new online agreement, but those utilising other online registration forms, must update these forms with the new information. Those who have any of their participants – athletes, coaches, managers, other volunteers or staff - signing up in any form other than online, must incoporate the relevant agreement;
Clubs will need to start enforcing a
NO SIGNATURE - NO PLAY, NO COACH, NO PARTICIPATION!
- The procedures that must be followed when a complaint or grievance arises (including the appeal procedures). This section has been expanded considerably to provide a much clearer guide to those responsible for implementing the MPP – Club Committees and Compliance Officers in particular;
- What you need to do in the case an incident of child or sexual abuse arises in your club and who you should contact in such a case; and
- Some useful information and documents for you to use for screening, recruitment and induction of new coaches and volunteers.
We ask you to take the time to read and become familiar with the new Tool Kit. It is there to help you manage your club and to protect your members and yourself.
If you have a member protection issue you should use the Tool Kit as your guide on how to handle the issue. If you have any further queries, you can contact your local Maccabi office and you will be directed to the relevant person to assist with the issues that you have raised or provide support.