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GRFU Club KIT Incentive Scheme sponsored by Ram Rugby

 

GRFU KIT INCENTIVE SCHEME SPONSORED BY RAM RUGBY

Dear all,

we are  pleased to announce the continuation of the GRFU Kit Incentive Scheme for 17/18 and we are pleased to announce Ram Rugby as the official scheme sponsor.  

 

This scheme has been designed to reward clubs for following what we, the volunteers and the RFU professional staff, believe is best practice.  This year the criteria is themed around our priorities, such as a focus on rewarding strong links with schools, ensuring safeguarding and discipline are well managed, the growth of the female game and the use of GMS is a standard function in your club.  I strongly advise you to enter into the spirit of the scheme and take the necessary action to enable your organisation to take advantage of this. 

 

Below are details of the criteria to be met in order to achieve differing values of rugby kit to support your rugby development for 17/18.  Kit will be made available for collection by a representative of your club at the GRFU AGM on 11th July 2018.

Last year over £7,500 worth of kit was allocated to clubs; a similar amount has been budgeted for this year. This will be shared by participating clubs on the basis of points earned up to a maximum of £250 per club.

To discuss any specific requirements or if you have any questions please contact your local RDO. Final forms to be submitted to kitincentive@gloucestershirerfu.co.uk by 30th April 2018

Don’t forget that, in addition to the Kit Incentive Scheme, GRFU offers subsidies on a range of RFU courses in coaching, refereeing, first aid & safeguarding. Visit our website www.gloucestershirerfu.co.uk  or speak with your local RDO for further details.

Good luck.

 

Keith Gee

President

Gloucestershire RFU

 

 

GRFU Club Incentive Scheme sponsored by Ram Rugby

To participate in the scheme this year clubs must have submitted your annual subscriptions to GRFU & sent in a copy of your last accounts (these can be unaudited) to GRFU Treasurer.

Clubs do not need to complete every achievement listed below and there is no order in which they must be achieved. The required criteria will be checked and evidence may be requested.  GMS will be used to support areas such as player numbers, coaches, safeguarding so please ensure you keep the club’s GMS updated. Any help required please speak with your RDO.

Club Name …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

Club Contact Name ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

Contact Email……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

Complete & return the form below by email, to Kitincentive@gloucestershirerfu.co.uk   by 30th April 2018        

ACHIEVEMENT

POINTS AWARDED

COMPLETED (TICK)

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  1. Club has an accurate GMS which is regularly used and updated. Club have assigned roles (coaches, team managers, key volunteers); Coaches are assigned to teams; DBS checks undertaken for those working with M&Y section); Non-league 15 a side fixtures added to fixtures tile; club deregister inactive players and members

GMS Support can be found online or through your RDO.

50

 

B)     Evidence of club demonstrating good behaviour and discipline policy ( for example; non-attendance at GRFU disciplinary hearing, management of red cards in youth & senior games, proven to have no referee abuse case which goes to the GRFU Disciplinary Panel)

50

 

  1. Club has retained and increased women and girl’s rugby provision through U13/U15/U18 girls’/women’s rugby section.

40

 

  1. Club has trained at least 1 new referee during the season undertaking the RFU Referee Award Course.

30

 

  1. Club has strong links with local secondary schools/college/university which has been confirmed by educational establishment

 

30

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Did you know you can add school name to youth player’s registration system? You can then run a report to show which schools your membership attends.

  1. i. Club has maintained an active or newly recruited Club Safeguarding Officer (CSO) who has attended the appropriate RFU safeguarding training. The club has appropriate safeguarding policy in place and membership notified who CSO is.

ii. Club has undertaken and submitted their safeguarding audit to GRFU Safeguarding Sector Head

15

 

 

 

 

15

 

  1. Club have held a RFU RugbyAware and/or Activate workshop

20

 

TOTAL POINTS (max available 250)

 

 

 

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