All clubs are different and vary in scale, interests and activities they offer however there are some basic management structures, policies and procedures that we would recommend are adopted and embedded within your organisations to ensure the safe and effective running of your club.
For effective management of your club you need to ensure your club has a constitution place and a formalised committee with designated active roles in place. As a minimum you should have the following roles; Chair Person, Treasurer, Secretary, Club Welfare Officer, Volunteer Co-ordinator, Safety Officer.Read more →
Safe Operating Procedures and Policies are essential part of ensuring your club is run a safe and responsible way. Different clubs, premises, membership profiles and local waters will all require differing levels of safety planning and organisation. British Canoeing required all clubs to submit the following essential policies when affiliating to British Canoeing:Read more →
Occasionally disputes between club members or officials can occur. These are normally best resolved informally through discussion within the club through either compromise or agreement. If an informal resolution is not possible, parties may feel that they need to resort to a more formal process to resolve the issue. A formal process should only be adopted once resolution through informal discussion has failed.Read more →