Governance

Policy Documents
Governance statement

At Torrens Rowing Club, we strive to provide a fun, safe and collaborative environment where people of all ages can participate in the great sport of rowing. We will accept all people into our club, no matter what their origins or beliefs. We do have a firm set of principles at the Club and members are expected to abide by these principles. You are encouraged to read the policy documents listed below.

Good Sports Club logo
The Good Sports program encourages sporting clubs to create a safe, inclusive environment where everyone in the local community can get involved and do their bit.
This program is a preventive health initiative. It’s implemented voluntarily through community sporting clubs; helping clubs to promote healthier, safer and family-friendly environments and behaviours.
The core Good Sports program has been helping community sporting clubs to control the use of alcohol and to promote healthy behaviours — such as healthy eating and smoke free environments — for nearly two decades.
We recently achieved Gold Accreditation and the associated policy is referenced below.


Policy documents of the Torrens Rowing Club

Torrens Rowing Club Constitution 2022

Members of TRC must also abide by policies of Rowing SA.

* Note : The TRC Member Protection Policy now incorporates policies for Junior athletes and Volunteers

Rowing Australia Policies

Rowing Australia has in place the following policies which apply to Torrens Rowing Club and its members:
• National Integrity Framework
• Code of Conduct
• Personal Grievances Policy
Please visit the Rowing Australia sport integrity webpage for further information about your rights and responsibilities under these policies, including how to make a Complaint.
The Rowing Australia National Integrity Manager is available to answer any queries you may have about these policies:
(email integrity@rowingaustralia.com.au)