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RWBHC Member Survey

The ClubMark accreditation encourages clubs to prepare a Development Plan to outline the current status of the club, its future aims and aspirations, and what actions are required to achieve those.

Such a development plan cannot be drafted by Committee alone but requires input from the wider club membership to ensure that any aims and objectives are reflective of all club members and capture the wishes and aspirations of all members.

The basic format of a Development Plan considers the following:
•    The Club Vision.
•    The current position and health of the club.
•    Short, medium and long-term goals.
•    Actions by which those goals might be achieved.
•    Review schedule.

This survey is an opportunity for you to engage in the preparation of our club’s development plan.

Our current Club Constitution lists the following as our objectives:

2.1 The Club is formed to play the game of hockey under the rules of hockey being prescribed by England Hockey.
2.2 The Club may carry on any allied or ancillary activity approved by the Committee.
2.3 The Club is to be affiliated to the Wiltshire Hockey Association and to be a member of England Hockey.
2.4 To offer coaching, competitive and social opportunities in Hockey.
2.5 To promote the Club within the local community.
2.6 To ensure a duty of care to all Members of the Club and its supporters.
2.7 To provide all of the Club’s services in a way that is fair to everyone.
2.8 To ensure that all present and future members receive fair and equal treatment.

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Which team do you usually play for / What is your role in the Club? *
Royal Wootton Bassett Hockey Club's Vision for the Future
Many Club's have adopted a vision for the future. Here are  a few examples:-

Guilford Hockey Club: "Great Hockey for Everyone"

Aldershot & Farnham Hockey Club: “To be the leading club in our community. To deliver enjoyable and competitive hockey at all ages and levels of ability. To encourage and foster excellence in all that we do, be it playing, coaching or umpiring. To provide a fun, sociable, diverse and inclusive environment that nurtures the talent and ambition of the individual throughout their hockey career.”

Loughborough Town Hockey Club: "Loughborough Town Hockey Club will provide high quality hockey sessions for young people and adults. This will be achieved through a progressive programme that provides recreational and competitive hockey opportunities for all ages and abilities. The club will also provide a pathway of performance for players interested in competing at a county, regional and national level."

Telford & Wrekin Hockey Club: "To promote and provide hockey playing opportunities to individuals at all abilities and ages and to enhance sporting experience of club members. To bring the sport of hockey to a wider audience and to encourage new players and supporters of the sport."
What do you think the Club’s Vision should be? *
What timescale do you think our Development Plan should cover?
What do you think the club does well? *
What do you think the club could do better? *
A recent SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats) analysis of the club’s position identified the following:
Are there any other Strengths you would suggest should be included? *
Are there any other Weaknesses you think should be included? *
Are there any other Opportunities you think the Club should be aware of? *
Are there any other Threats you think the Club should prepare for? *
List 3 objectives that you think the club should be working towards, short, medium and long-term. These could be objectives for the club as a whole or objectives for individual sections or teams. *
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