This form, to be completed and signed by the volunteer trainer, contains your consent to become a volunteer coach at the University of Georgia. All recruitment coordination functions (with the exception of routine office duties) must be performed by the Head Coach or one or more of the Assistant Coaches reflected in the numerical restrictions set out in By-Laws 11.7.4. These functions include: (Revised: 27.04.06 with effect from 01.08.06) “In sports other than football and basketball, a volunteer coach is any coach who does not receive any remuneration or remuneration from the athletics department of the institution or from an organization funded in whole or in part by the athletics department or who is primarily involved in the promotion of the athletics program of the institution (e.B.B. Förderverein, Athletics Foundation Association). (Revised: 1/10/92 valid from 8/1/92, 4/26/01 valid from 8/1/01) (b) telephone calls or telephone calls from prospective student-athletes (or prospective student-athletes parents, legal guardians or trainers); and (Revised: 12/12/06) (b) The person can get a maximum of two free tickets to home athletics competitions in the sport of coach. (Revised: 16.01.93) (c) The person may receive free meals provided in addition to organized team activities (e.g.B. pre- or post-match meals, occasional meals, but no training table meal) or meals during the official visit of a potential student-athlete, provided that the person eats with the potential student athlete. (Assuming: 29.04.04 with effect from 01.08.04; Revision: 1/10/05, valid from 8/1/05) (a) activities related to the evaluation of athletics and/or the choice of interested persons; In addition, the person may be compensated from outside the athletics department for the performance of duties for another department or office of the institution provided: (a) It is forbidden for the person to contact and evaluate potential student-athletes outside the campus or to de-enerite opponents outside the campus and does not perform recruitment coordination functions (see Statutes 126.96.36.199). (Revised: 16.01.93, 1.11.94, 26.05.06). .