Virtual Dojang Rules
Checklist accessing an online virtual Dojang
- Each recurring session has its own Meeting ID and Password (ie there is a different password for each group).
- The area in which student is to train must be suitable for exercise and free from any obvious hazards or the potential to cause damage or harm to others
- The passwords are sent to the students or guardian of the students
- A new password for every meeting is issued every four weeks or after any incident of any unidentified person entering the Zoom room.
- Upon accessing the virtual class, all entries will go into a Waiting Room for admission by an administrator who will stay on line monitoring the group throughout the session.
- Students must ensure their Zoom login contains their name so they can be identified.
- Students or guardians of students must have the camera pointing at themselves when they are first admitted to the meeting.
- Administers should request that during pauses in coaching parents / carers reverse the camera or turn phone to themselves to ensure that there is an adult in control.
- Anyone who is not recognised or has a generic name (such as iPhone X) will not be admitted to the session.
- The meeting host must disable the ability for participants to “record” the session.
- Only TAGB qualified who are DBS registered to be allowed to host the sessions.
- Administrators have the right to remove participants who are behaving inappropriately, and consider shutting the call down entirely if appropriate comments or video are witnessed.
- Students or guardians should sign off at the end of the sessions by reversing camera.
- Students should not share the details of the Zoom login with any other person, the session is only for those who have registered prior to the class.