Snowsport England Club and Volunteer Awards 2011 - Nominations Now Open!
Category: General News
Nominations are now open for each of the categories below.
These Awards are for clubs and their volunteers . Coaches will be recognised at the Coaching Conference at the Chill Factore on the 17th – 18th September. Information on how to complete and return the nominations can be found on the Nomination Forms which can be downloaded.
Please note the deadline for nominations is Friday 30th September at 5pm.
For more information of how the nomination process works please download the Snowsport Awards Nomination Process and Guidance document.- How the nomination process works.doc
Recreational Club of the Year 2011
Recreational Club of the Year will be awarded to the club that provides a comprehensive range of activities for its members and supports the development of players, instructors/coaches and volunteers of all ages and abilities and can demonstrate achievements and successes. The club must also have active links with the local community, show a commitment to being inclusive and safeguarding children/vulnerable adults where appropriate.
Competitive Club of the Year 2011
Competitive Club of the Year will be awarded to the club that provides a comprehensive range of activities, competitions and events for its members and supports the development of quality athletes of all ages through a recognised athlete pathway, demonstrating achievements and successes. Strong instructor/coach development should be identified along with the support and development it provides for its volunteers and quality events and competitions the club organises. The club shows a commitment to being inclusive and safeguarding children/vulnerable adults where appropriate.
Competitive Club of the Year nomination form - Competitive club of the year nomination form.doc
Volunteer of the Year 2011
The Volunteer of the Year Award will be presented to a volunteer who has made a significant contribution to their sport/club/school in roles like - a club officer, committee member, fundraiser, administrator or official. The volunteer must also show a level of commitment towards their sport along with their own development.
Volunteer of the Year Nomination Form - Volunteer nomination form.doc
Young Volunteer of the Year 2011
The Young Volunteer of the Year award will be presented to a volunteer, aged 13 to 25, who has made a significant contribution to their sport/club/school, in roles like - a club officer, committee member, fundraiser, administrator, or official. The volunteer must also show a level of commitment towards their sport along with their own development.
Unsung Hero Award 2011
The Unsung Hero Award will be presented to an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to sport and whose dedication and commitment will have made an enormous impact on the community/sport/club/individuals/schools over a number of years. This person will have demonstrated dedication to their role /participants and/or wider club environment and going beyond the call of duty.
There is also a new award for 2011
Sport Ambassador Club of the Year 2011
The Sport Ambassador Club of the Year will go to a club outside of their region that has generated a positive external perception of their snowsports club. Nominate a club external to your region where the contact that you have experienced from club competitors, parents, coaches and officials is about promoting good sportsmanship, inclusive skiing/boarding competitive opportunities and generally showcasing the sport in a manner likely to encourage others to participate. Give details of why you have nominated this club and what your nominated club has done to deserve this award.
Sport Ambassador Club of the Year Form. - Sport ambassador club of the year nomination form.doc
I would also like to draw your attention to the address that you should be returning your nomination forms to. As we are moving head office please send them to our new address which is;
SportPark Loughborough University,
3 Oakwood Drive,