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ClubMark Presentation Glossopdale Sport _ Recreation Forum June 2008

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					Emma Champion
Community Sport Development Officer
Dawn Richardson
Partnership Development Manager
What is ClubMark?
 Clubmark is a cross-sport quality accreditation scheme
 for clubs with junior sections



 Provides a consistent approach across all sports,
 providing a framework of minimum operating
 standards
Current Position
 Glossop Clubs with ClubMark:
   Glossop Judo Club


   Glossop Amateur Swimming Club (Swim 21)


   Glossop Gymnastics Club (Gym Mark)


   Glossop North End Juniors AFC (Charter Standard)
   Gamesley Villa FC (Charter Standard)



  Approx 60 Clubs in the Glossopdale area
NGB’s that can accredit clubs
 There is currently 29 NGB’s.
    Badminton England
    England Golf
    British Judo Association
    British Gymnastics (Trampolining, Cheerleading, Gymnastics)
    British Cycling
    England Squash
    Amateur Swimming Association
    English Table Tennis Association
    Community Rugby/RFL
    Lawn Tennis Association
    English Cricket Board
Prerequisites to Club Mark
 A club needs to be affiliated to their National
  Governing Body
 Junior section within the club


 Willingness within the club to go for the accreditation
   Whole club ethos (not one person)
   Club driven
The Process
 Get Clubmark Resource Pack with CD & invaluable
  template resource
 Get in touch with your NGB (county or regional officer
  depending on your sport
 Inform local sport development professionals
  (Emma/Chris/Dawn)
 Set up Evidence File
Benefits of ClubMark
 From 2009, funding will be directed through NGB’s so
  ClubMark accredited clubs will be at an advantage
 Local, regional & national recognition
 Increased participation through high quality
  recognition
 Creates a long term vision for the club
Qualifications/Coach Education
 Generally the following applies but you do need to
 contact your NGB for further clarification:
   Sessions have to be led by a Level 2 coach (Some are
    level 3: e.g. Gymnastics & Trampolining)
   Level 1 coaches can only assist and must not lead any
    sessions
Generic Courses
 First Aid
    One must be present where any junior sessions take
     place
    Check with NGB which level of first aid
 Safeguarding & Protecting Children
    Check with NGB, as some are NGB specific
 Equity in your coaching (minimum of 1 rep)
 A Club for All (minimum of 1 rep)
A different representative from your club needs to attend
                   the different courses
Advisable Courses to Attend
 How to coach disabled people in sport
 Coaching young people & young performers
 Introduction to Long Term Athlete Development
  (LTAD)
 Introduction to the FUNdamentals of Movement


 Running Sports or Sports Coach UK Courses
Child Protection/CRB
 All Club members in contact with young people
  should have a CRB check (enhanced disclosure)
 Other methods of screening volunteers can also
  include:
   Self declaration forms
   References & Interviewing
   See handouts
 Must have a Child Welfare Officer
 Contact with NGB is essential
Equality & Diversity
 Representation on your committee of equality groups:
   Disability
   BME (Black & Ethnic Minorities)
   Women & Girls
   Younger/Older People

 It’s not just about attending courses – it needs to be
  inherent within all policies and plans
A Club Information Pack (Including Disabled People) is
    currently being developed by High Peak Disability
                      Sports Group
School Club Links
 A school-club link could be:
   Representation on sport specific development groups
   Representation on local sports forum
   Linking with SSCo’s at SPH or Glossopdale CC
   Linking with PLT’s at local primary schools
   Linking with special schools/Enhanced resource departments

 School-Club Links are not just about sending posters
  and flyers to schools
 Examples of good practice:
   Setting up after school clubs
   Joint festival planning
Useful Contacts
 Your NGB officer
               Dan Newton, Derbyshire Sport
     Tel: 01773 571229 / E-mail: daniel.newton@derbyshire.gov.uk

              Emma Champion, St. Philip Howard
     Tel: 01457 866612 / 07947 832 413
     E-mail: CSDO@st-philiphoward.derbyshire.sch.uk

               Chris Nightingale, High Peak Borough Council
     Tel: 0845 129 7777 (ext 2210) / 07879 848 292
     E-mail: chrisnightingale@highpeak.gov.uk

           Dawn Richardson, High Peak School Sport Partnership
     Tel: 01298 212150 / 07969 617 059
     E-mail: drichardson2@buxton.derbyshire.sch.uk
Useful Websites
 www.clubmark.org.uk
 www.runningsport.org
 www.sportscoachuk.org


 Your NGB website

				
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