COVID-19 Update June 4th
Thanks to the further relaxation of the corona measures, training at SCA will also be better possible! This newsletter furthermore goes into the topic of a safe sporting climate and SCA socks.
Relaxation of measures and training
With the further relaxation of the corona measures, we can fence more freely again! From Monday June 7 onwards, it is no longer necessary to maintain 1,5 m distance while fencing. This means that the special rules for during matches will no longer be applicable. In addition, dressing rooms will be accessible again. The maximum number of fencers per training session will furthermore be increased to 28 and it will be possible to join two training sessions per week. Additionally, if a spot for the next day training session is still open at 22:00 it is free to take by anyone.
It will still be mandatory to subscribe before a training session via the online form. It is furthermore important to wear a face mask and to maintain 1,5 m distance from other fencers when not on the piste.
Club Confidant and a safe sporting climate
SCA is looking for a volunteer to fulfill the role of club confidant. The board has been looking into maintaining, and if necessary enhancing, a safe sporting climate. Having a club confidant forms an important pillar for maintaining a safe sporting climate in every club.
A club confidant is a trustworthy, open and accessible point of contact for SCA members in the case of ethical, integrity or unwanted behaviour issues. He or she will specifically be responsible for listening and supporting members who encounter these issues, and might be helping in coming up with solutions. The club confidant can furthermore, together with a member, file a complaint or report an incident to the board
Are you interested in fulfilling this role, or do you know someone who would like to? Let us know by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are still SCA socks available! We have so far only heard positive feedback regarding the quality and look of the socks. So ask one of the trainers whether there still are socks in your size!
See you on the piste soon!