Redhill raiders Junior Cycle Club Organising Committee Roles
The Chairperson shall :-
- Act as Chair for meetings of the Club committee, which occur once every 2 months, and for the Annual General Meeting, ensuring all fellow members have the opportunity to present their views and that debate remains focussed.
- Help prepare the agenda for meetings.
- Ensure the agenda of meetings is followed, all business is completed and that all decisions are properly understood and recorded
- With the Club Secretary, ensure minutes are available for committee meetings
- May be called upon to act as mediator, where differences of opinion between committee members arise.
- The Chairperson will be a signatory on the club's bank account, along with the club Treasurer.
The Treasurer shall :-
- manage the club's bank account and financial affairs
- ensure that funds collected for the club are deposited in the club's bank account
- ensure that sufficient funds are collected from sessions so as to meet the club's expenditure commitments or highlight any expected shortfall to the club's organising committee
- organise payment of the clubs regular obligations, such as facilities costs
- maintain records of all club expenditure
- produce reports for the Club's committee meetings, detailing receipts and expenditure since the last meeting and the current financial position
The Treasurer will be a signatory on the club's bank account, with the club Chairperson an additional signatory on the account.
The Treasurer can authorise expenditure on items up to £25, more expensive items must be discussed amongst the committee before proceeding with purchases.
The head coach shall :-
- provide an overview and balance to the range of sessions offered by the club
- build a pool of qualified coaches appropriate to the club’s membership level
- manage the calendar
- issue reminders to parents of imminent events
- allocate coaches to events on the calendar
- encourage coaches to include a skills element within their session plans for playground sessions for younger children
- encourage coaches to include a competitive element within their session plans for playground sessions for younger children, mainly by way of allocating the closing 10-20 minutes to short races between groups with a comparable ability
- encourage coaches to offer on-road rides for older children (together with parents)
- encourage coaches to offer off-road rides for older children (together with parents)
- encourage older competitive riders to race in events throughout the region
- provide an appropriate format for older competitive riders to train for races
- liase with Dorking Raiders over training plans for older competitive riders within each
- group, Redhill and Dorking
- ensure that the riders’ medical file is complete and up-to-date
Child Welfare Officer
The Child Welfare Officer will:
- Liaise with the British Cycling’s CPLO on matters of Child Protection
- Promote British Cycling’s Child Protection and Good Practice Policy and Procedures in the club, including the distribution and display of leaflets and codes of conduct to members,parents and young cyclists
- Advise the development of junior and youth activity within the club
- Support the registration of all personnel involved with junior cycling
- Receive, record and pass on to the CPLO any concerns about the behaviour of members to other members and particularly those relating to the welfare of young cyclists.
- Attend safeguarding children training and to stay up to date with policies and procedures through regular liaison with the CPLO
Redhill Cycling Club Representative
The Redhill Cycling Club representative shall be a member of the organising committee of Redhill Cycling Club. They will attend meetings of the Redhill Raiders junior cycling club committee and advise of initiatives taking place in the parent club that may be of interest to Redhill Raider’s members.