17 Benefits of Trampoline Exercise
Those who wish to participate in our Instructional Classes or Day Camps will need to contact our Recreational Program Coordinator Alison. Click HERE for more information.
We do have the right to refuse participants with special needs if we do not feel that we can provide them a positive and safe experience. We will exercise this right if we are not properly notified in advance and are unable to provide additional staffing. As a result, registration will only be accepted after a meeting with the Recreational Program Coordinator. The more prepared we are, the better the experience for you and your family!
For more information visit our Tramploine Safety Section of this web site.
Step 1: INFORM
The parent’s will be verbally informed by either the coach or supervisor of the specific behaviour and what the coach did to correct it and that it is expected to stop by the next class; the supervisor will be responsible for documenting this in the Notes section of the athlete’s customer file.
Step 2: WARN
If the specific troublesome behaviour continues the parents will be notified a second time in writing, by the office, that if the behaviour continues their child will be asked to leave our programs until it can be corrected; this will again be noted in the customer’s file
Step 3: WITHDRAW
If the specific behaviour continues still; a senior staff member will contact the parent’s to let them know that effective immediately their child is no longer welcome at our facility and a refund will be issued as per our standard refund policy ($10 admin fee)