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Dates for your Diary



 Thursday 22 March 2018

  1900 at Alex Collie Centre 

Next Committee Meeting

Management Committee Meeting

To be held on Tuesday 12 February 2019

Mill of Mundurno


Bridge of Don A.S.C. recruitment and selection policy for voluntary members 

All potential helpers – e.g. coaches, teachers, officials, sports leaders and committee members, shall be recruited following the guidelines set out below.
Paid positions shall be subject to a more structured advertising and interview procedure in accordance with any legal requirements.


An informal interview, to discuss the requirements of the post, expected commitment and relevant experience.   This is an informal situation, allowing questions and answers to be exchanged.

Self Declaration

All helpers will then be asked to complete the Self Declaration Form, showing any previous convictions or investigations.   Only the Child Protection Officer will have access to this information, and not all convictions or investigations deem people unsuitable to work with children.

Disclosure Application

All helpers shall be required to complete the new police check at an Enhanced Disclosure level.   This forms a small part of our recruitment process, and while it may be administratively burdensome, it essential that we follow best practice.   This is also an opportunity for applicants to provide evidence of their identity.


Two references will be sought for all new applicants.   These people should be able to comment on your ability to work with children and must not be relatives.


All helpers will then be expected to become members of the club and Scottish Swimming, our National Governing Body of Sport and to sign and agree to a Code of Conduct.
Helpers will then be bound by the rules and disciplinary procedures of the club and Scottish Swimming.