First Kicks Teams
QR Code Information
Albany United have now launched their online contact tracing form that will be used to collect the attendees of trainings and games in the event that there is a case of Covid-19 linked to any of the locations you train or play games.
Sport NZ and NZF are, rightly so, taking the process of contact tracing very seriously and the requirement to contact trace is mandatory. Our online form makes this super easy for you as managers to simply enter you details and tick off the players that have attended a particular training or game.
We have attached a video of just how easy this process is (excuse the long form loading time, ha!). Below are the 5 easy steps required EACH TIME you and your team ARRIVE at a training pitch, game day venue and club rooms:
1. Scan the QR code with your phones camera (not all phone cameras have QR scanning capability so you will need to download a QR scanner app if this is the case)
2. Open the link
3. Fill out the form with your (manager/coach) details – you will only need to do this the first time, each time you log in it will pre populate what you entered last time
4. Tick your attendees (these will be pre populated based on the player reg forms provided by yourselves)
5. Submit the form
To save time you can also save the form to your home screen to save you scanning the QR code each time or as a back up if you forget your laminated copy!
Each team has a laminated QR code at the club which can be collected this weekend, please make sure that you or one of your players collect this over the weekend as from Monday 1st June 2020 you MUST use this process to contact trace. You will be unable to use club training or field allocations until this has been collected from the club rooms and we will not release your training space until we know you have this in your possession.
Please note that an online form must be submitted to each venue at Rosedale. Your training/game pitch is a venue and the bar is separate venue so you must submit 2 forms.
We know that these are difficult times and lots of new things to remember but as always thank heaps for all your support while we navigate through the “new normal”!