TRAINING & RISK ASSESSMENT
Following Government and FA guidelines WTFC will resume training week beginning 29th March 2021.
However, no player or coach will be judged or disadvantaged should they choose to opt out of training at this time and everyones choice is respected.
The full risk assessment that was outlined last year can be accessed below and includes a detailed description of how training will be provided in a safe way following Government and FA guidelines. It also sets out your responsibilities and guidance that must be followed to ensure the safety of everyone.
Please also find below some key points about training from March 2021...
Training and Social Distance Rules
1. All training will take place at Beauchamps School 3G pitches from 29th March 2021.
2. Training days/times will be the same as last year.
3. Please arrive and leave promptly to avoid too much overlap with other teams coming and going.
4. ONE parent/spectator only per player at both training and matches. Only in exceptional circumstances if siblings do not have childcare can they attend, but they must stay with and be supervised by the parent at all times.
5. Parents/spectators MUST NOT enter the caged area of the 3G pitch. This includes walkways/recess inside the cage. Access will only be permitted if there are injury or welfare issues.
6. Parents, guardians and spectators MUST observe social distancing on school grounds at all times.
7. You MUST check in using the QR codes displayed for every training session.
Health, Safety & Hygiene
1. Everyone is responsible for their own hygiene whilst on site and we would encourage you to bring your own sanitiser and use how you see fit. Please ensure you wash your hands before and after attending training.
2. Anyone with any symptoms of covid or if you have been told to isolate you must NOT attend training or matches and you will be asked to leave if you show obvious symptoms of COVID in anyway.
3. Anyone with a COVID issue must report this to elected COVID Officer Clive Lodge immediately
4. Parents/spectators responsible for the child are to be the main first aider. Coaches will only intervene where necessary and will wear full PPE.
5. The same equipment is used only for each team and will be sanitised/washed by coaches in between sessions.