8i Model Code of Conduct
Visit Leaders should edit this model code of conduct so that it is appropriate for their group(s). It may be useful to have a generic code of conduct for routine visits and a specific one for other visits, such as residentials, which includes details specific to those visits.
It can be good practice to involve young people and their parents in the process of drawing up the code of practice: this is a useful way of getting them to think though the issues and to understand the reasons behind the requirements, and is itself a process of risk assessment.
|Date added||August 16, 2013|
|Category||Model Forms and Checklists|