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Club Management26 June 2017, 7:00 PM
Club Structures

The way a club is legally structured can have a significant impact on club leaders, both on their club and them personally.  Get it right, and a club can be run effectively and may benefit financially.  Get it wrong, and there could be significant financial and other implications for a club and potentially its members.  

The Deckhouse, Waterfront West, Dudley Road, Brierley Hill, DY5 1 LWWest Midlands
Club Finance28 June 2017, 6:30 PM
Understanding your Club Finances

It is vital that everyone involved in running your club has a basic understanding of their club’s figures and knows enough to ask questions, get answers and make informed decisions using the information provided.  It is also in your club’s best interests that other members understand them as well.  

Chard Rugby FC, Essex Close, Chard, TA20 1RHSouth West
Club People29 June 2017, 7:00 PM
Youth Club Experience

The world is changing, how do you ensure your club is chosen over all the other opportunities that are competing for people's leisure time? By making it a place people want to keep on coming back to. To do this you need to understand what your members want from your club and deliver a great experience to them. By consistently doing this you will create an extraordinary club that will thrive. This workshop provides support and information to help you make this happen.

Quadrant Court, 35 Guildford Road, Woking, GU22 7QQSouth East
Club Management3 July 2017, 6:00 PM
Developing a Business Plan

It is important that clubs have a business plan so they a know what they are trying to achieve and make sure they are going in the right direction.  An effective business plan can help you to manage your club better but also demonstrate business understanding and control to potential investors. 

Merseyside Sports Partnership, Unit 1 Dakota Business Park, SkyHawk Avenue Garston,
L19 2QR
North West
Club Management3 July 2017, 6:00 PM
Developing a Business Plan

It is important that clubs have a business plan so they a know what they are trying to achieve and make sure they are going in the right direction.  An effective business plan can help you to manage your club better but also demonstrate business understanding and control to potential investors. 

Melbourne Sports Park, Cockshut Lane, Melbourne, Derbyshire, DE73 8DGEast Midlands
Club Marketing3 July 2017, 6:30 PM
Developing a Marketing Strategy

It is vital that sports clubs market themselves appropriately to ensure they have the resources they need to be sustainable and successful in the long term.

Committee Room, Bridport Town Council, Mountfield, Bridport DT6 3JPSouth West
Club People11 July 2017, 6:30 PM
Youth Club Experience

The world is changing, how do you ensure your club is chosen over all the other opportunities that are competing for people's leisure time? By making it a place people want to keep on coming back to. To do this you need to understand what your members want from your club and deliver a great experience to them. By consistently doing this you will create an extraordinary club that will thrive. This workshop provides support and information to help you make this happen.

Wells Blue School, Kennion Road, Wells, Somerset, BA5 2NRSouth West
Club Finance12 July 2017, 7:00 PM
Understanding your Club Finances

It is vital that everyone involved in running your club has a basic understanding of their club’s figures and knows enough to ask questions, get answers and make informed decisions using the information provided.  It is also in your club’s best interests that other members understand them as well.  

The National Squash Centre and Regional Arena, Rowsley Street, Manchester, M11 3FF North West
Club People19 July 2017, 6:30 PM
Youth Club Experience

The world is changing, how do you ensure your club is chosen over all the other opportunities that are competing for people's leisure time? By making it a place people want to keep on coming back to. To do this you need to understand what your members want from your club and deliver a great experience to them. By consistently doing this you will create an extraordinary club that will thrive. This workshop provides support and information to help you make this happen.

Dorchester Town Football Club Funciton Room, The Avenue Stadium/Weymouth Av, Dorchester
DT1 2RY
South West
Club Finance20 July 2017, 6:30 PM
Understanding the Tax Requirements for your Club People

Whether your club uses volunteers, or if you pay people for the work they do at your club, it is important that club leaders understand key employment tax issues involved. Failure to do so risks significant additional costs for the club or individuals and there could be legal consequences. 

University of Brighton Sports Centre, Falmer, Brighton, BN1 9PHSouth East
Club Management24 July 2017, 6:30 PM
Club Structures

The way a club is legally structured can have a significant impact on club leaders, both on their club and them personally.  Get it right, and a club can be run effectively and may benefit financially.  Get it wrong, and there could be significant financial and other implications for a club and potentially its members.  

The Racing Centre, Fred Archer Way, Newarket, CB8 8EQEast of England
Club Management23 August 2017, 6:00 PM
Club Structures

The way a club is legally structured can have a significant impact on club leaders, both on their club and them personally.  Get it right, and a club can be run effectively and may benefit financially.  Get it wrong, and there could be significant financial and other implications for a club and potentially its members.  

Merseyside Sports Partnership, Unit 1 Dakota Business Park, SkyHawk Avenue Garston,
L19 2QR
North West
Club Management30 August 2017, 6:30 PM
Club Structures

The way a club is legally structured can have a significant impact on club leaders, both on their club and them personally.  Get it right, and a club can be run effectively and may benefit financially.  Get it wrong, and there could be significant financial and other implications for a club and potentially its members.  

Impulse Leisure, Manor Road, Lancing, West Sussex, BN15 0PHSouth East
Club Finance5 September 2017, 6:00 PM
Understanding the Tax Requirements for your Club People

Whether your club uses volunteers, or if you pay people for the work they do at your club, it is important that club leaders understand key employment tax issues involved. Failure to do so risks significant additional costs for the club or individuals and there could be legal consequences. 

"We are 336", 336 Brixton Rd, London SW9 7AA London
Club Finance13 September 2017, 6:00 PM
Understanding the Tax Requirements for your Club People

Whether your club uses volunteers, or if you pay people for the work they do at your club, it is important that club leaders understand key employment tax issues involved. Failure to do so risks significant additional costs for the club or individuals and there could be legal consequences. 

Merseyside Sports Partnership, Unit 1 Dakota Business Park, SkyHawk Avenue Garston,
L19 2QR
North West
Club Marketing3 October 2017, 6:00 PM
Developing a Marketing Strategy

It is vital that sports clubs market themselves appropriately to ensure they have the resources they need to be sustainable and successful in the long term.

"We are 336", 336 Brixton Rd, London SW9 7AA London
Club Finance11 October 2017, 6:30 PM
Understanding the Tax Requirements for your Club People

Whether your club uses volunteers, or if you pay people for the work they do at your club, it is important that club leaders understand key employment tax issues involved. Failure to do so risks significant additional costs for the club or individuals and there could be legal consequences. 

 Yorkshire and The Humber
Club Management17 October 2017, 6:30 PM
Developing a Business Plan

It is important that clubs have a business plan so they a know what they are trying to achieve and make sure they are going in the right direction.  An effective business plan can help you to manage your club better but also demonstrate business understanding and control to potential investors. 

Kingswood Sports Pavilion, Landsdown Road, Bath, BA1 5RGSouth West
Club Management24 October 2017, 6:30 PM
Club Structures

The way a club is legally structured can have a significant impact on club leaders, both on their club and them personally.  Get it right, and a club can be run effectively and may benefit financially.  Get it wrong, and there could be significant financial and other implications for a club and potentially its members.  

Kingswood Sports Pavilion, Landsdown Road, Bath, BA1 5RGSouth West
Club Management31 October 2017, 6:00 PM
Developing a Business Plan (FA Workshop)

It is important that clubs have a business plan so they a know what they are trying to achieve and make sure they are going in the right direction.  An effective business plan can help you to manage your football club better but also demonstrate business understanding and control to potential investors. 

"We are 336", 336 Brixton Rd, London SW9 7AA London
Club Finance6 November 2017, 6:30 PM
Understanding your Club Finances

It is vital that everyone involved in running your club has a basic understanding of their club’s figures and knows enough to ask questions, get answers and make informed decisions using the information provided.  It is also in your club’s best interests that other members understand them as well.  

University of the west of England (UWE), Frenchay Campus, Coldharbour Lane, Bristol,
BS12 1QY
South West