Click on the logo to see who..
Thankyou for your support of the Sport of Fencing in Australia.
Sat, 8th Jun 2013 - Mon, 10th Jun 2013
AFC 2 (Robyn Chaplin)
Sat, 15th Jun 2013 - Sun, 16th Jun 2013
AFC Schools (Individuals)
Fri, 5th Jul 2013
Sat, 6th Jul 2013 - Wed, 10th Jul 2013
AFC Under-15s / Cadets
Sat, 3rd Aug 2013 - Sun, 4th Aug 2013
AFC Schools (Teams)
National Insurance Scheme - Handbook and Coaches Information
This handbook has been written to provide a clear and concise summary of the national insurance policy purchased by The Australian Fencing Federation for its affiliated states, associations, clubs and individuals.
This handbook is not a policy document – anyone wishing to view the policy documents should request them from The Australian Fencing Federation. The terms and conditions of the policy shall prevail at all times.
If any clarification is required on any particular aspect of the insurance programme, contact should be made with The Australian Fencing Federation in the first instance.
The AFF has recently clarified the specific situation of Professional Indemnity (PI) insurance coverage for fencing coaches under the AFF’s National Insurance Policies.
The AFF Insurance Handbook has accordingly been modified to include conditions which apply for coaches to be covered for PI. The new version is attached here for your information.
A summary of the clarifications is as follows:
- Coaches must hold current NCAS accreditation with the Australian Sports Commission, or be actively working towards such accreditation under the supervision of an accredited coach;
- Coaches must be currently capitated members of the AFF in a Competitive Category;
- Coaches must be working in a recognised fencing venue. Such venues must appear on a register held by the State Association. It is the responsibility of the State Associations and their fencing coaches to ensure that such a register is maintained and up to date.
The Handbook has more detail. The conditions therein have been confirmed with, and ratified by, the AFF’s insurance company.
It will always remain the responsibility of State Associations and their coaches to ensure that processes are in place for the 3 conditions above to be met for coaches wishing to avail themselves of PI insurance coverage under the AFF National Insurance Policies.