Cork Schools Orientering Association (C.S.O.A.)
The Association has adopted a Code of Ethics and Good Practice for Children’s Sport based on a 2000 document published by the Irish Sports Council and after also consulting the Irish Orienteering Association document based on same and co-ordinating with their Child Protection Officer. All teachers, helpers, organisers, planners, controllers, mappers, coaches or anyone else involved in C.S.O.A. orienteering events have read and agreed to abide by this Code of Ethics document.
We at C.S.O.A. are fully committed to safeguarding the well being of our members. Every individual pupil involved in C.S.O.A. activities should at all times, show respect and understanding for members rights, safety and welfare and conduct themselves in a way that reflects the principles of the Association and guidelines contained in the Code of Ethics and Good Practice for Children’s Sport, Irish Sports Council, 2000.
best practice in children’s sport, we shall comply with the guidelines in the Code of Ethics and Good Practice for Children’s Sport; as set out in section 2.7.