Talking Sport seminars - the new and stimulating way for community sports volunteers to learn and develop new skills - has been officially launched today.
In this section of the website, we publish reports and information to help interested parties understand the performance of Clubmark and its partners.
We would welcome your suggestions for additional content, which could be added to this page. So, if you have any contributions or can suggest any useful links, please contact us.
This page is in development phase.
It will provide maps of Clubmark accredited clubs and those working towards accreditation across all sports.
More importantly, it will show you how to get in touch with the clubs to find out more...
On Thursday 24th September 2009, licensed NGBs and CSPs came together for the 2009 Clubmark Conference. Many thanks to all those that attended and contributed to the event.
The presentations and delegate register can be downloaded from the links below:
All NGBs and CSPs involved in accrediting Clubmark clubs are subject to a licensing process to ensure that they work to a minimum operating framework and can prove it.
Following national lead officer training and further consultation throughout the year, a NEW Licence Agreement has been developed to formalise the process undertaken to achieve the award and document ongoing conditions for both parties.
A dedicated member’s area section of the Clubmark website to:
- provide the necessary tools and resources to enable partners and accredited clubs to raise their profile
- offer help and guidance for those seeking publicity in local, regional or national press
- supply useful management information to support club development
In this section you will be able to access a bank of resources including logos, straplines and other marketing tools to help you promote your association with the Sport England mark of high quality junior clubs.