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Tip of the Month
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Tip of the Month – May 2014
Injury prevention is one of the most important aspects of a safe and healthy club. Reducing the risk of injury to all participants should be high priority and fortunately there are resources to assist you and your club. The right equipment, warm up and hydration information are just some of the things to consider. Visit […]Read more.
Tip of the Month – April 2014
Your club works hard to find suitable and willing sponsors, don’t forget to make sure you look after them once they have signed up. The most obvious way to keep your sponsors is to honour the agreed offerings to them in a professional manner but there is more. Visit ClubHelp for a few things to think […]Read more.
Tip of the Month – March 2014
Has your club communicated to its members (and their parents) the club’s direction and how things are done? Conflict occurs in a sport club because people have different values, needs and motivation. However if the club takes the time to educate it’s members (and their parents) a greater understanding of why things are done a […]Read more.
Tip of the Month – February 2014
You know what you want, but does the funder understand your application quickly? Have you noticed it is easier to correct someone else’s writing but not your own. The reason for this is because as we are the creator of that text, we become too attached to our words and often read more than what is […]Read more.
Tip of the Month – December 2013
Don’t wait till a grant opens…be ready! Getting grants is a great way to purchase much needed equipment, uniforms or for more substantial works at your club, but it does take a bit of effort. 1. Get your committee to create a wish list of what and prioritise what you need so you can […]Read more.
Tip of the Month – November 2013
Assigning Team Managers to share the workload. A Team Manager’s job is to maintain the general running of a team to free the coach to concentrate on the coaching and training aspects of the team. A Manager should also be a liaison person between team/coach/parents/ information officers and the administration. Team Mangers work closely […]Read more.