Q: Can adults and u18’s train together.
A: Yes as long as it is in an organised session following Covid-19 coaching guidelines.
Q: What is the maximum number of players per session.
A: For adults and youth players, we recommend a maximum of 15 on 1 full court, 30 on 2 full courts.
Q: Can we register new players.
A: Yes you can register any new members until the 31st of October, this can be done, free of charge, by emailing email@example.com with their name, gender, DOB, email, home address and phone number.
Q: Can adults play contact outside themselves without it being organised through the club
A: Only organised sport can play contact, otherwise social distance must be followed along with Scottish Government guidance
Q: If someone comes to a club session and they have to self-isolate after testing positive the next day, do the rest of the people at the session need to self-isolate?
A: That is down to test and protect to get in touch with each person. If they’ve come into contact with someone who has had a positive test, the NHS should follow up with the contacts.
Q: Where can i find the Covid Officer training?
A: Covid Officer training can be found here
Q: How long do I need to keep the session register for Track and Trace.
A: Information should be recorded digitally if possible, but a paper record is acceptable too. Writing contact details in a book or register and destroying these safely when the 21 day retention period is over is acceptable so long as the register is kept out of public sight and stored securely. Similarly, digital records must be securely deleted at the end of the 21 day retention period. The Covid Officer needs to be identified and appropriately trained for this. To minimise the risk of virus transmission during this process, any written information should be noted by a designated member of staff/volunteer and not by each individual or group.
Q: Where can I find a outdoor basketball court?
A: Find your nearest outdoor courts here.
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Q. Should a club be delivering a session where coaches and athletes need to cross into ‘high-risk’ health boards to get to the session, should that session be attended by those crossing health boards?
A. We advise people not to cross into health boards which are identified as ‘high risk’. Therefore, those individuals should not be attending that session. If this ends up being a large proportion of the athletes or coaches the session may not be well attended, so the validity of the session should be assessed.