Camp Terms & Conditions

Bookings, fee payment, cancellation and terms and conditions:

  1. Fees are paid in advance of camp to secure places.
  2. The Coach House After School & Development Centre reserves the right to limit the number of participants (20) in its coaching camps.
  3. Ratio is 1 coach per 10 children and two people onsite at all times. All our coaches are Garda vetted.
  4. There is no part refund once the day’s session has commenced.
  5. Receipts will only be issued if specifically requested.
  6. Should you require verification of acceptance to a camp please contact Antonio at info@thecoachhouse.club
  7. A service fee will be charged for dishonored cheque transactions.
  8. Fees are not refundable within fourteen (14) days of the scheduled commencement date of the camp. Any request for refunds before this date will incur a 20% cancellation fee.
  9. No participant shall take the place of any other registered player at a camp for any reason without the full knowledge and consent of TCH AS DC and the appropriate forms being completed for insurance purposes and fees being paid.
  10. All registration forms must be processed through The Coach House After School & Development Centre. We will take no applications on the commencement day of the camp.
  11. All participants are required to wear shin pads (when playing football), football socks, and astro runners or trainers to all sessions and must bring with them a water bottle, packed lunch and sun cream.
  12. All activities are subject to change. TCH ASDC has the right to cancel, amend or alter activities accordingly.
  13. Please note that any property left behind at the camps will be kept for a period of 2 weeks and if not claimed then will be donated to charity. Please do not bring valuables.
  14. No touch screen devices or mobile phones of any kind can be used at the Centre at any time.
  15. TCH AS DC reserves the right to suspend any child that is disruptive to the camp or who’s behaviour puts anyone at risk.
  16. Please refer to our illness policy on the website. Children should not be brought to the camp if they are unwell.
  17. Camp is limited to 20 kids age 5 to 12.

Terms and Conditions

TCH ASDC will not be responsible for any loss, damage or injury arising directly or indirectly in connection with the participation of your child / children in any TCH AS DC camps. The under signed acknowledges and agrees that in registering our child / children in the camp you do so at your own risk and you accept the risks of your child / children participating in such Camps. You hereby release and discharge of The Coach House After School & Development Centre Ltd from any claims which you or your child / children now or at any time may have in connection with or incidental to your child / children’s participation in the camp.

Nothing in this waiver is intended to exclude anything, which cannot be excluded by law. In the event of an injury or illness to your child / children, you hereby consent to TCH AS DC, its employees arranging any medical treatment that may be required (including, without limitation, any ambulance transport). You agree to pay on demand all medical costs incurred in relation to any injury or illness to your child / children that are not already covered by your own private health fund or Medical cover. The under signed understands that your child / children may be photographed while participating in the program and you hereby give permission for the use of your child’s photographic likeness to be used in all forms of media for the promotion of any activity undertaken by TCH AS DC.

Indemnity & Release:

The person signing the application must understand that signing the document affects their legal rights. The person signing understands that there are certain risks involved in the sport/activity. That could result in injury and/or death. Sport/Football/ Exercise involves tackling and body contact, which could lead to serious injury and/or death.

Risk

The safety and welfare of children in our care is our number one priority and we will do our utmost to make sure they are never in any danger.

The quality of any programme should therefore respond by creating an exciting and stimulating environment that balances risks in an appropriate manner. However of course we must understand the distinction between acceptable and unacceptable risks and must ensure that the children are not exposed to unacceptable risk. Learning new skills involves an element of risk and  coaches will be capable of exercising their judgement about the level of risk that is acceptable and appropriate and also to exercise their judgement as to when it is necessary to intervene to prevent potentially harmful situations happening.

Risk helps them to understand that things don’t always work our right –  sometimes things can go wrong but the right coaching, they can put it right again or at least learn to live with mistakes.