In addition, instructors are expected to teach in an environment that:
  • Is an appropriate size and height for the activity being taught

  • Is clean and free of environmental hazards 

  • Is an appropriate temperature for the activity being taught

  • Has sufficient lighting, both inside the venue and in the entrance / exit areas, including emergency lighting

  • Has appropriate access points which are free of hazards

  • Has a working, maintained fire alarm system, fire exits and a fire safety statement (commercial properties)

  • Has clean, safe toilet and washing facilities

  • Has a designated first aider (which may be the instructor themselves when the venue is hired) and access to a first aid kit (which may be supplied by the instructor)

 

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Code of Practice
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The code of practice is a system of self-regulation for all instructors, coaches, trainers and teachers who are involved in supervising people who take part in physical activity programs on and around pole or aerial apparatus, and provides a framework for individual instructors so that they can achieve the highest standards of professionalism.

 

To achieve this, instructors are expected to:
  • have gained a recognised and approved certification or qualification in pole and / or aerial tuition, appropriate for the level and discipline they teach 

  • have public liability and professional indemnity insurance specific to pole and / or aerial tuition and ensure they comply with insurance requirements for safe practice

  • have a current Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) qualification, or international equivalent

  • have safe aerial equipment that is professionally manufactured and fitted to manufactures specifications

  • have a minimum 2mtrs distance between pieces of aerial equipment, walls or other objects or barriers

  • have a system of documented equipment maintenance and check equipment is safe and clean before every class

  • have safety mats when teaching inverts and where considered appropriate for Health & Safety reasons

  • not have more than 3 beginner/intermediate students or 2 advanced students to a piece of equipment when teaching

  • not allow students to go higher than 3mtrs from the ground on the equipment, or to adhere to insurance height regulations if specified

  • not allow any student who is, or is suspected of being under the influence of alcohol or drugs from participating in any pole or aerial class.

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