This programme aims to provide training and advice to members and officers on club committees.
These, free to attend, 'Training Days' are aimed at committee members and officers of BMC-affiliated clubs and will provide lots of information to help you in your role.
When and Where - the next courses will be...
POSTPONED [Saturday 3rd October 2020, time: 10am-3pm
YHA St Pancras, Euston Road, London, NW1 2QE]
Saturday 21st November 2020, time: 10am-3pm
Tricorn House, Hagley Road, Birmingham, B16 8TU
What will be covered
The training days will cover
Running your club - hints and tips for running an effective club
Insurance - what the BMC combined liability insurance will cover your club, your volunteers and your members for; management of risk
Support available from different organisations, including the BMC
Funding - what is available and how to apply for it
Supporting your members - both existing members and potential members
Q&A - on any issues that your club is facing
Refreshments will be available throughout the day.
Lunch will be provided
How to book
Booking is via a simple booking form. We are asking people to book on to help us with planning to ensure that we have sufficient chairs and refreshments, and to ensure that we can send you more information about the day.
There is no charge made to attend this course as the BMC receives funding from Sport England to support the development of volunteer committee members within BMC-affiliated clubs.
BOOK YOUR PLACE HERE
Previous Training Days
Sunday 19th January 2020, central London
Sunday 8th December 2019, Birmingham
Sunday 13th October 2019, Plas y Brenin
Saturday 3rd November 2018, Sheffield
Sunday 18th March 2018, Gloucester
Sunday 3rd December 2017, Manchester
Sunday 26th February 2017, North London
Contact Jane Thompson, BMC Clubs Officer, via firstname.lastname@example.org or 07885 910606 if you have any questions about this training event.
We welcome feedback on the types of events and training that we offer. Please get in touch with Jane with any comments or suggestions for future events.
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