Club Matters understands that sometimes there is not enough time in the day to attend a session in person, as well as organise everyone's transport and manage individual timings.
We run two-hour training sessions, funded by Sport England, which are delivered across the country on range of topics. While the feedback on these has been great and the help provided has been extremely valuable for our members, we are aware that a large proportion of our members are missing out on these sessions.
We have therefore created our online training sessions, a quick and easy tool to help you run your club. By doing this we'll be able to cover a wider range of topics in a shorter period of time, giving everyone the chance of attending these online training sessions with no restrictions on location.
Check out our sessions on finance below.
Safeguarding Adults Top Tips
Safeguarding adults is everybody’s responsibility. If you are delivering physical activity and sport to adults, it is good practice to create, adopt and implement an adult safeguarding policy. You should also ensure all of your committee members, leaders, coaches, members and participants understand the foundations of implementing the policy and how to spot and act upon concerns. To help you, Club Matters have worked with the Ann Craft Trust to create this introductory video.
Twitter Top Tips
This month we caught up with Bruna, who leads Football Clubs Partnerships at Twitter UK, who explains how clubs can to use Twitter as a platform to reach their followers. She shares her top ten tips for clubs looking to engage their audiences on Twitter.
Facebook Top Tips
We are excited to launch our newest online workshop with Nick Griffin, the head coach of Heart Of England Community Boxing Club. Nick shares his top tips outlining how clubs can improve their Facebook following. His club recently won a £200,000 Persimmon Homes and he credits it to being ‘social media savvy’ allowing Heart Of England Community Boxing Club to reach more people for votes!
Payroll and Tax
Payroll and Tax are an integral part to running a successful sports club. This video gives an overview of issues that you may face when talking about tax and Pay As You Earn as a sports club. Club Matters have worked with financial experts at Grant Thornton UK to give you some top tips and hints to make handling your clubs’ tax as easy as possible. Covering important topics such as payroll and how to identify a person’s employment status at your club to an overview of the tax issues your club could encounter such as Corporation Tax and VAT.
Future Fitting Your Finances
Finances are key to ensuring your sports club runs efficiently. Grant Thornton UK have provided their expert knowledge for how your club can simplify the day-to-day financials and future financial status of your sports organisation. The video covers seven simple tips that you can adopt which will make it easier for you or the person who’s role it is to manage the financials within your sports club. Covering key topics including simple explanations of a Profit and Loss account, a Balance Sheet and Cash Flow to how you can identify your clubs’ Tax status.