The aim of the development team is to support strong and sustainable clubs. We have developed a calendar of club workshops for club leaders covering a range of topics from Club governance and volunteer recruitment to growing your club through capacity building. Club workshops are for anyone involved in the running and organisation of clubs, usually committee members, and are free for affiliated clubs.
Increasing Participation and Retaining Players
Increasing memberships is key to keeping a club thriving, but clubs need to be able to retain players as well. This workshop looks at creating a welcoming and inclusive environment which will help sustain your membership year on year.
Tuesday 17th October 2017- 6:30pm-9:30pm
Queen Anne High School,
To book follow link here: https://goo.gl/forms/VwNMe0F13mvt5oCG2
For more information contact Jane Russell, Regional Development Officer, Tayside and Fife
Club Development Planning & Community Engagement
Ever wondered where your club want to be in 3 – 5 years’ time? This workshop helps clubs plan for the future and take the steps needed to achieve the vision. Also included will be how to create partnerships with the local community to raise the club profile and increase memberships.
27th January 2018- 10am- 1pm
Broadfold House Broadfold Road
Bridge of Don
To book on follow the link here: https://goo.gl/forms/ynhdQnibtfZPVZnu1
For more information contact Andrew MacKenzie, Regional Development Officer, Grampian Andrew@badmintonscotland.org.uk
Funding & Grants Workshop
Everyone needs finances – but it’s what you plan to do with them that counts. This workshop looks at project planning for funding, where to access funding and how to complete funding application forms.
24th March 2018- 10am-1pm
Templeton on the Green,
62 Templeton Street,
To book on follow the link here: https://goo.gl/forms/sqiEYlgRoxiAw29v2
For more information contact Euan Murray, West Regional Development Officer firstname.lastname@example.org
Club Philosophy & Club Development Planning
What is your club philosophy? If you don’t know then how can you sell your club to the local community and attract new members? This workshop looks at how to create a club philosophy which will help your club plan for the future, target the membership you want to increase and retain players.
26th May 2018- 12pm-3pm
1 Margaret Street,
To book on follow the link here: https://goo.gl/forms/vAz9jtJzuzB0TDom2
For more information contact Jane Grant, Highlands and Islands Regional Development Officer, JaneGrant@badmintonscotland.org.uk