The process also revealed an Athlete/NSO Commercial Agreement model developed to develop the high performance relationship and support both parties in their marketing and sports goals. Access to international events or AAP or carding should not be suspended solely due to a failure or delay by the NSO and athletes who agree on reciprocal business commitments. If the child is fit for the AAP and does not require immediate benefits or if the adoptive parents decide not to receive AAP benefits, the adoptive parent is invited to sign a deferred adoption assistance agreement. A deferred agreement maintains the child`s eligibility for AAP benefits, including Medi-Cal, at a later date if the specific needs develop. The clause works in conjunction with other provisions of the agreement specifying the circumstances in which notification is required. The competent authority is responsible for the opening of the contract. The AAP agreement is signed by the adoptive parents and the relevant public authority. Full AgreementThe terms and conditions, including the integrated AAP privacy statement, form the full agreement between website users and the AAP regarding users` use and access to websites. The use of websites is intended for your enjoyment and use, and the provision of websites is the unique and sufficient consideration you have received for the content or other contributions you have made on the websites. In the case of deferred AAP agreements, adoptive parents can contact the relevant public authority with which they signed the deferred agreement. All athletes authorized to fund the Athlete Assistance Program (AAP) and their National Sport Organization (NSO) must sign an athlete/NSO agreement for each carding cycle.
This section describes the guidelines and procedures that are related to this agreement. Parents should contact the relevant public authority, which is included in the signed AAP agreement. Between 2015 and 2017, AthletesCAN, with funding from Sport Canada, enabled AthletesCAN to establish a model of NSO athletes and executives, in collaboration with marketing and law experts (Athlete Agreement Working Group), to establish a fair and reasonable model of agreement. The Athlete/NSO Agreement (Annex C) model is designed for athletes and NSOs, as they reach a mutually beneficial mutual agreement for the promotion of the performance relationship. With regard to sponsorship, the NSO may attempt to obtain the right to put sponsorship or advertising logos on uniform, equipment or clothing. In this section can also be formulated guidelines that prohibit the athlete from displaying personal sponsorship logos on uniform, equipment or clothing. When an athlete has its own sponsors, Sport Canada requires carded athletes and recommends that non-tile athletes have a separate commercial agreement with the NSO, which is separate from this general agreement.