|'Be Involved’ Club Volunteer Recruitment Posters, Post Cards & Leaflets
ECB have created some posters and postcards for cricket clubs to use when recruiting volunteers. Please feel free to down load and use as you see fit with in your club.|
They cover a number of areas which are:
- General Volunteering
- Grounds and Facilities
- Building Partnerships between clubs and schools
'Be Involved' Leaflet
'Be Invloved' Postcard
'Be Involved' Poster
|Steps to successful volunteering
Making vounteering a success|
Five steps to make sports volunteering successful.
Analyse your clubs needs and determine if hosting volunteers is suitable.
Check that your club is properly organised and able to manage new volunteers appropriately.
Ensure that adequate provision has been made to pay any agreed expenses to the volunteer whilst commencing club duties.
Devise a Job Description and person specification for that role that you would like your volunteers to undertake. The Job Description should detail exactly what tasks that your club is expecting the volunteer to complete
Once you have identified your volunteers ask them to complete a registration form and meet with them to discuss both the clubs needs and any individual needs or concerns that they might have.
Ensure that all volunteers are Criminal Records Bureau checked and all relevant references have been undertaken.
Ensure that all volunteers are properly inducted and know who to see if any problems or issues arise
Make sure that your clubs volunteers have the adequate support and training that they need to go about their tasks and duties. Arrange regular update meetings to discuss and evaluate their role as well identifying any training or additional assistance that might be needed.
Tips on Recruiting Volunteers
Tips on retaining Volunteers
Tips on Rewarding and Recognising Volunteers
This document has been designed to help and support clubs with all aspects of volunteering. It provides examples of best practice on recruitment, retention and recognition as well as highlighting some of the less well known issues related to utilising volunteers.|
This guide is intended as a reference point for clubs and will enable you to assess whether you are utilising and supporting your volunteers in the most appropriate way. Support and guidance beyond this document is available, and all relevant contact details can be found on the back page.
Information on Volunteering in Clubs