Belper Hockey Club
Club and Group Support
Whatever stage your club is at, however big or small, there are many resources that can help you. Whether you are delivering traditional sport or informal physical activity, there is help on hand.
Club Matters is a one-stop-shop for sports clubs and groups. It provides support and guidance on all aspects of running a club whether it is large, small, formal or informal. It offers free, simple support including several interactive tools to help you understand where your club or group could improve.
Everything can be accessed for free with some elements such as the workshops requiring you to register on the site, to do so click here.
The different sections of the Club Matters website include:
- Club Finances - budgeting, generating income and managing costs
- Club Management - club structures, governance and planning
- Club Marketing - planning your marketing and different options available
- Club People - managing volunteers, coaches and members
- Club Workshops - 2 hour workshops on topics from marketing to club structures
- E-Learning - 14 different topics from budgeting to Twitter guidance
Clubmark is the universally acknowledged cross sport accreditation scheme for community sports clubs.
Clubmark aims to make sure the nation's sports club infrastructure is safer, stronger and more successful and stands for higher standards of welfare, equality, coaching and management in community sports clubs. It will show that your club provides the right environment ensuring the welfare of members and encouraging everyone to enjoy sport and stay involved throughout their lives.
For more information on Clubmark and details of how you can register, click here.
Inclusion Hub Club & resources
The English Federation Disability Sport's (EFDS) Inclusion Club Hub tool helps clubs include more disabled people in their activities and shouldn't take more than 15 minutes to complete.
STEP 1: Assess how inclusive your club is by answering simple questions
STEP 2: View your club's personalised toolkit that has been created through the results you provided. The toolkit will give you ideas, methods and resources to ensure everyone has a positive club experience.
STEP 3: Download the action plan template provided to plan for how your club can become more inclusive.
The EFDS also have lots of resources about working with disabled people, from impairment specific information to an inclusive communications guide. To visit their resources page, click here.
Derbyshire club stories
There are over 800 clubs and groups in Derbyshire all delivering regular sport and physical activity.
Read some of their stories about helping people get involved and stay involved in sport and physical activity. If you would like to share your own club story, please get in touch: email@example.com
To read the stories, click here.
Find out who can help your club or group.
Club support in your local area
There is support on offer across Derbyshire, whether it is from a local Voluntary Services or your Local Authority. Find out what support there is on offer in your district or borough by clicking here.
If you are not sure who to get in touch with, start by contacting Active Derbyshire and we will point you in the right direction.
t. 01773 741915
We have a number of resources available to help clubs manage volunteers effectively:
- Accident Notification Letter (MS Word, 58 Kb)
- Emergency Contact List For Volunteers (MS Word, 58 Kb)
- Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan (PEEP) (MS Word, 69 Kb)
- Role Evaluation Template (MS Word, 60 Kb)
- Sports Clubs The Equality Act (PDF, 433 Kb)
- Training Log (MS Word, 60 Kb)
- Volunteer Agreement (MS Word, 61 Kb)
- Volunteer Expenses Claim Form (MS Word, 59 Kb)
- Volunteer Expenses Policy (MS Word, 71 Kb)
- Volunteer Induction Checklist (MS Word, 62 Kb)
- Volunteer Review (MS Word, 67 Kb)
- Volunteer Welcome Letter (MS Word, 71 Kb)
- Volunteer With Impairments Etiquette Sheet (MS Word, 63 Kb)
- Where Are You Now (MS Word, 59 Kb)
- Who Does What (MS Word, 59 Kb)