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Bournemouth Athletic Club Club Awareness Evening 2014
Bournemouth Athletic Club DR Welcome to Bournemouth Athletic Club - it was founded in 1906. We have an all-weather track, separate throws area, cross country course and a large covered stand for spectators. Equipment is provided for training and competitions. We also have a gym, changing rooms and toilet facilities, clubroom and café. A physiotherapist provides a weekly service to members on a Tuesday evening and a also chiropractor attends weekly At Kings Park you will find a friendly welcome
Meeting Overview RJ Introductions – Who are we? What do we do? Training Sessions Competition Membership Club Finances Team Dorset Athletics Network Volunteer Support Open Forum
Introductions – Who are we? What do we do? DR / ALL Who we are? How did we get involved? What we do? Coaches Office Officials Team Managers Committee Members
Training Sessions TC DayTimes Tuesdays6.15pm - 8.00pm Wednesday Junior Development6.00pm - 7.30pm Thursdays6.15pm - 8.00pm Sundays10.30am - 12.00am Qualified Coaches supervise training sessions. They are insured by UK Athletics to cover any liability involving training accidents.
The sky’s the limit SW “Are there sufficient superlatives to describe Steve Way’s achievement in the London Marathon on Sunday 13 April 2014?” His PB of 2.16.27 resulted in a finish in 15th position overall (1st of the ‘non-elite’ runners), 3rd Briton (after Mo Farah and Chris Thompson) and a qualifying time for the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow later this year. Steve will be running for England in an International 100k in three weeks time and has his eye on the 100k World Championships. [www.bournemouthac.co.uk]
The sky’s the limit TD In 1997 she set a British U13 age best with 3:00.1 for 1000m in 1997, when she also ran the second best ever for 1500m with 4:39.3. In 2002 still with three more season’s in junior ranks, she elected to go to the Commonwealth Games rather than the World Junior Championships. Charlotte ran sensationally well in Manchester, improving her 800m best from the 2:02.39, and coming 4th in the trials, and then running a British Junior record of 2:00.95 in the semi-final, and improving this to 1:59.75 for 6th in the final. Charlotte Moore
Young Athletes TD Who we are What got us involved in athletics Options for competition Getting involved The future
Competition TC Wessex League – U11 to U20 Youth Development League (Lower – U13/15) Youth Development League (Upper – U17/20) British Athletic League Southern Athletic League PLUS... Open Meetings County Championships School’s Events Quadkids Sportshall PLUS – Cross Country and Road Racing
Competition for younger athletes TC Wessex League – U11 to U20 Youth Development League (Lower – U15/13) Youth Development League (Upper – U20/17) Open Meetings County Championships School’s Events Quadkids Sportshall Cross Country Which competition is most appropriate? Selection criteria where required Importance of availability confirmation Match Fees and Transport to meetings Club kit either borrow or available to buy
Membership IW Membership Charges Senior £60.00 Junior (under 20) £47.00 Under 11 £35.00 Road and Cross Country Runners £25.00 Training Charges Seniors - £3 (members) and £5 (non-members) Juniors - £1.50 (members) and £3 (non-members) Season Ticket - £120 (seniors) and £60 (juniors) Students – at establishment more then 50 miles away - £75 (membership and season ticket) Payment of subs Prompt payment discount England Athletics Registration Access to Physio support
Club Finances IW Track Hire £12,500 Travelling £7,500 Affiliation Fees £4,000 (incl EA and TDAN) Meeting Costs £3,500 (incl. First Aid) Equipment£2,000 Physiotherapy £1,600 Coaching / courses£1,600 Coaches, officials, committee members are all unpaid volunteers
Team Dorset Athletic Network LH Partnership of 6 Dorset Athletic Clubs Coach and official recruitment and development Grow coaching capability through, mentoring, education and skills based training program Volunteer recruitment and development Increase participation in athletics Satellite Clubs Collaboration with Local Authorities, School Sports Partnerships, higher education and Dorset County Athletics Association and sports based initiatives Successes in first three years
Volunteer Support RJ Volunteers give over 5000 hours of their time each year to the club The club can only survive with support from volunteers No previous experience is necessary! There are tangible rewards – volunteer raffle at Presentation Evening !! From a couple of hours a week or help at matches
Volunteer Support RJ Assistance with set-up at training Support at league and open events Support for coaches and officials Help with communications and selling kit Statistics Meeting and greeting in the office Supporting Coaches - Officials - Team Managers - Office - Committee Members
Volunteer – Vacancies RJ Coaches Coach Helpers Club Kit Coordinator Communication Coordinator First Aid Fundraiser Officials Official’s Helpers Social Events Coordinator Volunteer Coordinator Team Managers Office Admin Open Meeting – Volunteers
BAC – the Future DR Club has a great history – now we need to look to the future What kind of club do we want – large, small, stable, growing, dynamic, innovative….? What facilities do we want? What levels do we want to compete at? What are our key values and policies? What do we want to look like in 5, 10, 20 years from now?
BAC - A Planned Future DR Members, users, and a range of other stakeholders will determine the club’s future… …..but this has to be planned, rather than left to chance. Right now we’re working on a strategic plan that will signal the direction the club is moving in, and how it will be structured, organised, managed and led. Join us – and help plan this future!
Questions & Answers DR Thoughts and ideas How we can go forward as a club Visit: bournemouthac.co.uk