- Procedures for a committee
- Service time limit
- Diverse Committee
- Diversity and Inclusion Champion Role
- Youth Forum
- Conflict of interest Examples
- Developing Capacity of Club Committee
- Difference between Governance and Operations
- Introduction process for new committee members
- Recruitment of New Committee members
- Succession Planning for Committee
- Club Committee has certified Equality and Diversity trained members: Online training courses are delivered in this area. Scottish Cycling can help signpost.
- Clubs has youth representation on management committee: This will help ensure that all members of the club are represented.
Dependent club size, set up a youth panel that feeds into overall club committee.
- The club has a registered welfare representative on their committee: A welfare representative doesn’t only apply to u 18’s
- Registered welfare committee member attends CPD session: It is important to strike the correct balance of keeping up to date and making sure the training doesn’t become so time consuming that it is off putting
- Creating Placements
- Effective Coaching Map
- Volunteer Coordinator
- Volunteer Management for Clubs
- Supporting Members in Election of Committee
- Skills Matrix
- Club has annual plan for volunteer CPD: This will allow them to enhance their own skillset
- Focus on upskilling youth members of your club: Youth are the future of clubs. Think about how you promote these opportunities depending on the target audience.
- Creation of club mentoring programme: Create a mentor programme between experienced coaches and new/younger coaches. This helps build confidence and ability
- Adopted and implemented a volunteering policy which includes how the club recruit, support, train and recognise volunteers: This could either be regularly nominating volunteers for local/national awards or running a club volunteer of the month recognition scheme
- Organisation of Parent and child sessions: Can help engage parents with the hope of them becoming a volunteer/coach in the future.
- Membership discounts for volunteer/coaches/children of parent volunteers: Where possible try make the cost of participation as small as possible and remove as many barriers to taking part as possible.
- Club has reward and recognition programme for members who volunteer: This could be regularly nominating them for local/regional/national awards or hosting a club volunteer of the month programme.
- Free club kit for volunteers: Try to source local sponsors would may wish to financially support to offset costs
- Subsidise Course costs for volunteers/give priority access: Scottish Cycling can help share/source funding grant information