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1 [CLUB NAME] Club Induction Session for Parents & Guardians CLUB BADGE HERE

2 WELCOME [President/Chair Name Here] Club President [School-Club Coordinator Name Here] School-Club Link Convenor

3 ‘Our Sport, My Responsibility Video’

4 WHY ATHLETICS? Athletics is the number one Olympic Sport! Exists in many forms – Track & Field, Indoors, Cross Country, Road Running, Mountain Running A sport that rewards hard work and effort Inclusive sport – there is an event for everyone, all shapes and sizes and all ages Sprints & Hurdles Jumps & Pole Vault Throws Endurance Recreational/Fitness Running

5 ABOUT ‘[Club Name Here]’ Founded in [Year] Affiliated to scottishathletics (national governing body) 30 Club Volunteers | 6 UKA Qualified Coaches 101 members to date A scottishathletics Accredited Club Competition opportunities in… –Track & Field – open graded meeting, local league meetings, club championships, scottishathletics district & national championships –Cross Country – club handicap runs & club championships, scottishathletics district & national championships –Hill Running & Road Running – local competitions

6 Benefits of Joining [Club Name Here] ‘Family Friendly’ – Great Social Environment for All ‘Fun, safe, well organised, healthy and builds confidence’ ‘Developing young people through athletics’ ‘Events to suit all ages, abilities and skills’ ‘Competition in a fun and positive environment’ ‘Our Club Values it’s Members!’

7 Why Have You Been Asked Along Today? Athletes identified after Inter-School Cross- Country Championships [EVENT HERE] You have shown potential & interest in athletics Today’s Come-and-Try Session is to welcome athletes into club environment We would like to invite you to develop as an athlete and a person through our club system!

8 TODAY’S SESSION WARM UP GAMES & DRILLS JAVELIN BASICS (PULL THROW) SHUTTLE RELAYS LONG JUMP Emphasis is on FUN Introduction to skills in athletics

9 OUR PARTICIPATION STRUCTURE FOR ATHLETES CLUB TO INSERT OWN DIAGRAM HERE YOUR CHILD STARTS HERE SENIOR GROUPS EVENT SPECIFIC 18+ YEARS ENDURANCE & XC 16+ YEARS EVENTGROUP DEVELOPMENT STAGE THROWS 16+ YEARS SPRINTS 16+ YEARS U16 GROUP YEARS U14 GROUP YEARS FOUNDATION DEVELOPMENT STAGE JUMPS 16+ YEARS RUN JUMP THROW CLUB YEARS RUN JUMP THROW CLUB 10-7 YEARS FUNADMENTALS DEVELOPMENT STAGE SENIOR GROUPS OFF TRACK 18+ YEARS SENIOR GROUPS jogscotland groups 18+ YEARS ENDURANCE & XC 16+ YEARS EVENTGROUP DEVELOPMENT STAGE THROWS 16+ YEARS SPRINTS 16+ YEARS JUMPS 16+ YEARS

10 TRAINING NIGHTS DayTimeLocationGroup Tuesday pmOur TrackU14 Group (12-14 years) U16 Group (14-16 years) Tuesday7.00-8:30 pmOur Track‘Event Group Development’ Groups (16+ years) Senior Event Specific Groups (18+ tears) Senior Off-Track Groups (18+ tears) Wednesday pmA. SchoolRun Jump Throw Club (7-10 years) Wednesday pmA. Schooljogscotland group (18+ years) Thursday pmOur TrackRun Jump Throw Club (10-12 years) U14 Group (12-14 years) Thursday7.00-8:30 pmOur TrackU16 Group (14-16years) Event Group Development Groups (16+ years) Senior Event Specific Groups (18+ tears) [CLUB TO CHANGE & HIGHLIGHT SESSIONS APPROPRIATE TO THIS GROUP]

11 MEMBERSHIP Senior (Over 18) £ Junior (U12, U14, U16, U18) £ Senior non-track (Over 18 – off track & jogscotland groups) £ Run, Jump & Throw (U10, U12) £ Concession (Student) £Family 25% off if ≥3 at same address£ Friends & Supporters (non-training adult) £ AGE GROUPS U12: 1 Jan ’01 – 31 Dec ‘02 U14: 1 Jan ’99 – 31 Dec ‘00 U16: 1 Jan ’97 – 31 Dec ‘98 U18: 1 Jan 95 – 31 Dec ‘96 U20: 1 Jan ’93 – 31 Dec ‘94 Senior: born before 1 Jan ‘93 scottishathletics membership All athletes wishing to compete in either local, regional, district or national level need to register as a member with scottishathletics (£5 for athletes under-21 years)

12 What you can expect from club…… Quality coaching and training sessions in a safe and friendly environment Encouragement and support from everyone with the club Good Social Calendar / Events Competition Opportunities: Track & Field: Local League, Club Championships, North/East/West District Championships, Open Graded Meetings, scottishathletics National Championships Cross Country: Club Championship Series, North/West/East District League, scottishathletics National Championships,

13 What we expect of athletes….. MOTIVATED TO TRAIN & COMPETE REGULARLY RESPECT COACHES & CLUB VOLUNTEERS TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR TRAINING & COMPETING PUNCTUAL FOR TRAINING & WARM UPS. (INFORM COACHES IF YOU CANNOT MAKE TRAINING) POSITIVE, RESPONSIBLE AND CARING ATTITUDE FOR ALL TRAINING GROUP AND CLUB MEMBERS HAVE FUN AT TRAINING GIVE 100% EFFORT INSPIRE TO BETTER ONESELF AND BE THE BEST YOU CAN BE!

14 What we expect of parents/guardians Parents and guardians to ensure their children arrive at training on time with the appropriate training clothing – physically and mentally ready to train Support and encourage athletes with their training and competitions Support and help to develop the club: –The clubs asks that parents and guardians commit to [X hours] a month – what ever little help you can offer, WE NEED YOUR HELP –Help doesn’t have to be a big commitment of time or energy and we will provide support, mentoring and training.

15 How Can You Help? [CLUB NAME HERE] Help with transport Club Committee Member Be a First Aider Help organise Club events Club Child Protection Officer Be a Parent Helper Help raise money for the Club Assist the Coaches Help Recruit Volunteers Become a Coach Help with the Club website Team secretary Help Create Good School-Club Links Support your child Help at events (Officials)

16 How Can We Support You? [CLUB NAME HERE] Financial support for coach education Club Kit First Aid training CPD Training for volunteer roles Mentoring programme for new coaches Roles and responsibilities for everyone involved Club Induction & phased support into voluntary roles GOOD SOCIAL LIFE! AN OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE A POSITIVE DIFFERENCE!

17 What happens next… Athletes pick up a Welcome Pack Go and enjoy today’s session! Free trial period of [X weeks] Next training session is [DATE / TIME HERE] Parents collect a Volunteering Form Important Contacts [CLUB TO ADD HERE] Noel Body | School-Club Link Convenor | J Bloggs | Under-14 Lead Coach |

18 “Athletics is a wonderful sport and volunteers are the life blood of it. Without the support, commitment and dedication of so many parents all over Scotland, our young athletes wouldn’t have the opportunity to develop into the Olympians of tomorrow” Eilidh Child Commonwealth Games Silver Medallist

19 QUESTIONS?


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