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Policies

Please note that the below policies and procedures hold jurisdiction over all Tennis Alberta events and protocols. They take priority over any external documents, including Tennis Canada’s Rules of the Court.

Competitive Structure

Competitive Structure documents outline the regulations for each of the Junior, Adult and Senior competitions overseen by Tennis Alberta.  All tournaments will follow the guidelines set out in the 2019 Tournament Sanction Agreement (below).

Bylaws

The bylaws of Tennis Alberta set out our objectives and how we run our affairs. For example, affiliation of organisations, election of Tennis Alberta board of directors, holding of general meetings, conditions governing players, the sanctioning of events.

Policy manual

The Tennis Alberta policy manual outlines the jurisdiction Tennis Alberta has over disciplinary matters and the manner in which disciplinary functions are exercised and includes the following appendices (updated June 26, 2018):

Section 1: Board of Directors Code of Conduct

Section 2: Appeal Process

Section 3: Privacy Statement

Section 4: Abuse and Harassment

Section 5: Discipline and Complaints

Section 6: Member Not in Good Standing Policy

Section 7: Concussion Policy

Discipline and Complaints

Tennis Alberta has a duty to deal with all complaints and concerns against persons within its jurisdiction. This appendix sets out procedures which establish a clear route within which complaints, problems and inquiries are handled.

LW/FC APPEAL FORM