British Fencing is working hard to improve the governance of the sport to make it more efficient and transparent. If you have any queries about any of the policies or documents within this section, or are unable to download any files please e-mail Head Office or call 0208 742 3032 for more information.
Please contact the appropriate British Fencing member of staff for an expenses claim form.
Fraud Prevention Policy - 14.08.15
BF Conflict of Interest Policy - 07.08.2015
BF Customer Comments and Complaints - 05.08.2015
BF Customer Charter - 05.08.2015
BF Code of Ethics - 05.08.2015
All Team Officials selected for Great Britain (GB) national teams agree to abide by this Code of Conduct and Ethics and must formally declare this before they will be permitted to travel as part of a GB Team. This Code should be read in conjunction with the Code of Conduct: Young Athletes; Penalties: Youth Events and British Fencing’s Child Protection Policy. For the avoidance of doubt ‘Team Officials’ covers Chef de Missions; team managers; GB coaches; personal coaches; referees or any others who agree to attend in a position of responsibility and authority as part of a GB Team.
Delegation of Authority to Team Managers (agreed by the Board 21.07.2012)
Code of Conduct: Young Athletes updated 20.04.2016
The Board have approved an updated set of Youth Penalties (available here) which will come into effect alongside the new Disciplinary Code on 1st January 2015.
All athletes who accept a selection for Great Britain (GB) squads at Junior level (under 20) or younger agree to abide by the Young Athlete Code of Conduct. All athletes (or for fencers under 18 at the time of travel, their parent or legal guardian) must agree to this code of conduct before the athlete will be permitted to travel as part of a GB squad.
These codes are British Fencing Code of Conduct for all Home Countries, Regions, Counties, Clubs Members and Persons:-