Equality, Diversity & Inclusion. They’re more than just words for us, they are the hard-and-fast principles which sit at the heart of our sport, steering how we develop and deliver our sport within Waterski and Wakeboard Scotland (WWS). We continually strive to develop our sport to make it the right fit for every person inside of it, regardless.

We are a global and multicultural sport and we will reflect this in our actions.

WWS Chair

WWS and its Board of Directors are fully committed to safeguarding, promoting and supporting the wellbeing & protection of both children and adults involved in our sport. We recognise our responsibility to promote safe practice and to protect all participants, but especially children, young people, adults and adults at risk from harm, poor practice, exploitation and abuse. We embrace difference and diversity and respect the rights of all. Everyone involved with WWS will be well-informed of the policies and procedures in place to protect those in our care and to promote and support their wellbeing.

Our wellbeing & protection policies, key contact information and a number of toolkits specific to your role within the sport can be found below.




The following codes of conduct outline the expected behaviours and rules that must be followed by individuals while participating in the sport:

Children and Young People
Parent / Carers


Toolkits with information and resources specific to your role within Waterski and Wakeboard Scotland can be found at the links below:

Advice for Young People
Anti Doping
BWSW Coach Licence
Girls and Women in Sport
Parents / Participants


Child Wellbeing and Protection: Kim Johnston
Role: WWS Contact for wellbeing and protection issues involving children.
Email: kim@waterskiandwakeboardscotland.co.uk
Tel: 01383 620123

Equality and Diversity: Liz Anderson
Role: Equality and Diversity Champion for WWS.
Email: liz@waterskiandwakeboardscotland.co.uk