However in extenuating circumstances when the participant has a pre-existing commitment on one day we may be able to arrange a two day pro rata booking, please call the office on 1300 914 368 for further information.
And no, children do not need to wear whites at cricket camps.
ASC has a nut free policy for participants at all camps and programs.
If the credit is not suitable a full refund less $30 administration fee will be organised if we are notified before the camp commences. Please note that once the camp has commenced we are unable to offer refunds. See the below section “What happens if a child gets sick or injured during the camp” for further information.
In the future, we hope to be able to be more inclusive. We are in very early development stage to provide modified sports coaching programs in conjunction with a specialist children’s disability provider.
Sample day session:
9:00 — Structured Warm-up
9:10 — Defensive Skills Session
10:00 — Drinks Break
10:10 – Midfield skills session
11:00 — Specialist Player Coaching Session
11:50 — Lunch
12:30 — Agility Session with Technology
1:10 — Attacking Skills Session
2:00 — Drinks Break
2:10 — Video Record and Analysis Session
2:55 — Structured Warm Down
• Be respectful to all fellow participants treating them as they would like to be treated.
• Be respectful towards all staff and leaders by following and listening to all instructions
• Refrain from swearing, hurtful language and aggressive behaviour as this is not tolerated at our programs
• Be respectful towards other’s personal property and the camp facilities.
Please see ASC’s Child Safety and Risk Management Policy 2019 for further information.
We welcome participants from all backgrounds and parts of the world. We value diversity and do not tolerate any discriminatory practices. To achieve this we:
- Promote the cultural safety, participation and empowerment of children and their families from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds.
- Promote cultural safety, participation and empowerment of Aboriginal children and their families.
- Welcome children with disability and their families and act to promote their participation.
- Seek appropriate staff from diverse cultural backgrounds.
ASC is committed to the safety and wellbeing of all participants and everyone will be treated with respect and understanding at all times.
In addition to the policies relating to staff behaviour and child safety, the following behaviour amongst camp attendees will also be expected and monitored:
- Being respectful to all fellow participants, treating them as they would like to be treated;
- Not seeking to harm, humiliate, intimidate, undermine or coerce other participants.
- Refraining from swearing, hurtful language and aggressive behaviour.
- Avoiding any behaviour (verbal or non-verbal) that has a sexual element, that is unwelcome, offensive, intimidating or humiliating to the other person. This includes, unwelcome physical contact, sexual comments or jokes and propositions.
- Maintaining age-appropriate relationships with other participants e.g. older children not ‘befriending’ younger participants.
- Being respectful towards all staff and leaders by listening to and following all instructions.
- Refraining from swearing and aggressive behaviour.
- Being respectful towards other’s personal property and the camp facilities.
If a child does not meet these standards or otherwise demonstrates inappropriate behaviour, Australian Sports Camps will notify parents accordingly, and where appropriate, provide suitable warnings.
To ensure the safety and well-being of all participants, ASC maintains the right to instigate disciplinary action. This will depend on the severity of the case and may involve an apology or suspension from participating in camps, including physical removal where appropriate or another form of action.