"If you worried about falling off the bike, you�d never get on."
Friday 01 June 2018
SALSC are delighted to announce an exciting new partnership with Fife based consultants Ogilvie Ross.
From June 1st SALSC and Ogilvie Ross are offering a series of workshops specifically aimed at Sports Councils. This dynamic series of workshops aims to support Sports Councils to develop their skills in communication, recruitment and management of volunteers.
Each workshop will be:
These workshops are primarily aimed at the volunteers working within Sports Councils; whether it is the chair, treasurer, secretary or committee members, all are welcome to participate.
Sports Councils can select one, two or three of the workshops offered within the series.
To arrange for workshop(s) to be delivered with your Sports Council e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org indicating which workshop or workshops you would like to have delivered; noting a selection of potential dates (evening and weekends are available) and an indication of potential attendance numbers.
SALSC will work with Sports Councils and Ogilvie Ross to make final arrangements. Sports Councils are asked to identify a suitable venue and will be responsible for the venue booking and provision of catering if required.
2018 Workshop Series
in partnership with SALSC and Ogilvie Ross
This workshop will show the participants how to create a communication strategy for their internal and external stakeholders and partners. Covering the process and tools required to develop, implement and review a communication strategy, it will demonstrate how to analyse stakeholders, communication channels, define goals & objectives and create clear concise messages.
Attracting and Selecting Volunteers
Volunteers have a unique contribution to make in an organisation and are a necessary part of sports organisations. It is important to identify the role and purpose of volunteers as well as what will attract a volunteer to your organisation.
Managing and Motivating Volunteers
Discussion will include retention and management through building relationships, proper delegation and having a volunteer management plan. Practical activities will make use of a planning tool to help give volunteers a voice, purpose and plan.