Inclusive Skating supports Volunteer, Club, Workshop and Event Development
Inclusive Skating supports development in many ways. Volunteer, club and event development are just some of the activities supported.
Funding applications can be made through Inclusive Skating to set up new clubs or we can provide Letters of Support to our community to set up new clubs/ activities. We have even supported funding applications as far away as Canada and Australia.
Insurance cover for activities is also available.
Occasionally, Inclusive Skating sets up new clubs. We ran a pilot club at Auchenharvie in 2012 to develop suitable systems. The Inclusive Skating Commonwealth Games Legacy Project was to set up the first permanent club at the Time Capsule, Coatbridge in Scotland. A new club was set up in Braehead in 10th February 2018. This club has been financed by the Lottery and Sport Scotland and is open to the entire Inclusive Skating community. Inclusive Skating received a Letter of Congratulations from the Scottish Government MSP on the award of the grant and the founding of the new Braehead club.
Activities at the clubs are often filmed and used for training materials for the whole community.
An Event development programme is coming soon.
All volunteers are invited to register on the membership platform as volunteers. A special membership tier is available.
Inclusive Skating is registered with Volunteer Scotland for the purposes of PVG checks. So, we can obtain free safeguarding checks for Volunteers too.
A Volunteer development programme is coming soon.
Inclusive Skating runs its own workshops and also supports those who provide workshops to the Inclusive Skating Community. Information on these is available on the events page.