Any special requests, ie, to play in current team, play with another player, to play in a higher age level, will be considered but not guaranteed. A late registration form will result in request not being considered. Please include any details Below:
If not, we need you to apply for one. As it’s a requirement at our club that all families take their turn to score, at least one parent/guardian is required to have a Working With Children card. If you don’t have one, please visit http://www.workingwithchildren.vic.gov.au/ to apply for one.
Please note, once your child’s position has been confirmed in a team you will contacted by Everproof a company we use to maintain this information, to confirm your account and upload your document information (unless your child is currently registered with Berwick Panthers and you have already confirmed your account)
Website & Facebook
Our club has a website and Facebook closed group page and we would like to publish team/individual photos on there. Please provide your consent:
I, consent for my child 's photo to be used on the Berwick Panthers Basketball Club website and Facebook page, or other advertising material.
Club Voluntary Assistance Questionnaire
This club is totally reliant on parents like you to provide an organised and safe environment for your children to learn and play basketball. You should consider these roles within your child's team or the club committee. Some of these positions require little or no basketball skills or knowledge, just a willingness to actively support the club aims: to maximise the benefits of fun, friendship, fitness and skill development for your child. There is also an abundance of support from within the committee for people performing these duties.
Please note: all parents are expected to assist in scoring, Team Managers will prepare a scoring roster for each team and you will be advised in advance of your turn to score.
If you currently have a Working With Children's Check in place (click below to upload a picture of it)
Acknowledgement & Consent
give my child
permission to play.
& acknowledge and agree to adhere to the clubs Code of Conduct.
At Berwick Panthers Basketball Club, we encourage all forms of positive, sportsmanlike and encouraging behaviour and communication between all players, parents and families, and club officials (including to association staff, referees and other players/supporters).
The attitude and behaviour of our players, coaches and parents (including family guests), when representing the BPBC, is expected to be exemplary at all times. This includes communication via all forms of media (email, Facebook, Twitter, etc) and the privacy of others in the Club - their personal & professional lives outside the Club is to be respected at all times.
Our club has a General and Email/Social Media Code of Conduct that all players, parents, club officials and their families must abide by, this includes Basketball Victoria's Code of Conduct.
Players, Club Officials and Parents give the Berwick Panthers Basketball Club Committee the right to deal with any misconduct or infringement of the Codes of Conduct that is brought to their attention. Penalties for breaches of these Codes of Conduct are at the discretion of the Committee, and may include suspension from games/training and in the event of serious or repeated infringements, expulsion from the club.
GENERAL CODE OF CONDUCT
As a Player/Team Official:
As a Parent/Spectator
EMAIL & SOCIAL MEDIA CODE OF CONDUCT
Email and usage of the Club’s Facebook page is to be in accordance with the Club’s General Code of Conduct. Any communication or content that undermines this is not acceptable. Our Club prohibits bullying, harassment, discrimination, offensive, abusive or unsportsmanlike behaviour in all of its forms of communication.
Electronic communication can often be inadequate in conveying mood and context, therefore users should carefully consider how the recipient/s might interpret a message before composing or sending the message. All communication should strive for the highest level of professionalism, politeness and courtesy.
Whilst the Club’s Facebook page is a closed page, users are personally responsible for the content they publish. Be mindful that published content will be in the public domain indefinitely.
Respect the audience – don’t use ethnic slurs, personal insults, obscenity, or engage in any behaviour or conduct that is not aligned with the General Code of Conduct. Users should also show proper consideration for others’ privacy and for topics that may be considered objectionable or inflammatory.
‘Tagging’ on photos of any player under 18 years of age is not permitted without permission of their parent or guardian. ‘Tagging’, on photos for any adult is not permitted without that person’s permission
It is not acceptable for users to upload website links or photos known to contain offensive material. Offensive material includes content of an obscene, threatening, dangerous, unlawfully discriminatory or of a sexual nature.