Are 'guest' non-registered archers covered by insurance?

A coach is coaching up-and-coming archers.  eg. Tryout Day. Would the coach and the students ‘’guests’’ be covered?

  1. When the coach is acting on behalf of Archery Canada; or on behalf of a member provincial/territorial association of Archery Canada; or on behalf of an Archery Canada club that is a member of a member provincial/territorial association:  The coach is covered for his/her coaching activities.  The students (guests) must be registered as short-term members and the club must hold a register of the guests’ names and date(s) that they participated in the sport.  Note that a guest can attend a total of 5 tryout days.  After the 5th day, the guest must register as a regular member.
  2. When the coach is acting on his own behalf (self employed):  In this case, the coach and the guests are not covered under the Archery Canada program as he/she is not representing Archery Canada; or is not representing a member provincial/territorial association of Archery Canada; or is not representing an Archery Canada club that is a member of a member provincial/territorial association. Therefore, the coach must obtain his/her own insurance policy to cover his/her business.  It is the responsibility of the coach to ensure that the guests are also insured.