Introducing Scottish Orienteering’s Club Accreditation Scheme
Accreditation is a clear and positive way to increase credibility with official bodies, landowners, funders and other partners. It can also be a good way to illustrate to members and potential members as a ‘quality mark’ that the club is committed to doing things well, and chimes with other national schemes to establish quality, accredited sports clubs.
Essentially, it celebrates the good work being done in clubs across Scotland!
The key aims of the scheme will be to support and empower our clubs to ensure that:
- The environment created is inclusive, safe and child friendly, based on good practice, and the best it can be for participants, coaches, officials and volunteers.
- High standards of club governance are developed.
- Lifelong participation in our sport is encouraged through sustainable club development and pathways
The scheme is run by the Regional Development Officers (RDOs), who will support clubs at all levels through the process. If you have any questions, please contact the RDOs via the contact page.
Edinburgh Southern Orienteering Club (ESOC) were the pilot club during the development of the scheme, and received their Bronze and Silver Awards in September 2018.
To find out more about how your club could complete the award, take a look at the documents below.