Today the annual health check window for the 2016-17 opens for clubs to complete.
Clubs now have from now until March 31st to submit their Annual Health Check for approval online via the Whole Game System. This check is nothing unexpected for Charter Standard clubs and is merely a process to help keep them on track and reward them once again for satisfying criteria that reminds them of the level of standards they have already set in initially achieving Charter Standard accreditation.
For most clubs from season to season no policies or documentation changes so the process serves as a reminder of what coaching qualifications, including CRC’s, need updating, progressing or renewing in time for the following season.
The East Riding FA would like to thank all of their Charter Standard clubs for embracing this process and want to reward them once again for taking the time to update their club records within the Whole Game System as well as identifying what club officials need what qualifications to satisfy criteria.
Football Development Officer Tom Lee who oversees the Charter Standard programme at the East Riding FA has the following to say. “As a County we have one of the highest percentages of clubs that hold Charter Standard accreditation across the four levels, at 98% it is testament to our clubs attitudes that they hold this accreditation, as well as our Charter Standard Leagues that encourage all their clubs to achieve Charter Standard Status.” Tom also said “It is great to be able to support and reward all our clubs through this process as it shows a collective effort by all in raising standards and up skilling volunteers for the benefit of football.”
The Annual Health Check window will now be open to clubs to complete until March 31st 2017.
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