In The Zone: Club Accreditation
Clubmark: Quality Club Accreditation
It shows that a club provides the right environment which ensures the welfare of members and encourages everyone to enjoy sport and stay involved throughout their lives. An accredited club is recognised as a safe, rewarding and fulfilling place for participants of all ages as well as helping parents and carers know that they're choosing the right club for their young people. What is Clubmark?
Clubmark Assessment Including Site Visit
In order for your club to gain Clubmark Accreditation for your club, you will need to undertake a Clubmark Assessment. This assessment will be carried out by one of OxSPA's trained and licensed staff members, including a site visit to your home / training venue, to determine if you meet the minimum Clubmark criteria, as outlined by Sport England.
Clubmark Mentoring (First meeting free)
Are you and your club trying to get your Clubmark Accreditation? If so, take advantage of our Clubmark Mentoring service and have one of our fully trained and licensed Clubmark mentors visit your club and offer guidance and advice on how to work towards your accredited status.
Clubmark Annual Health Check Assessment
The Clubmark Annual Health Check details the minimum requirements that each club, regardless of sport, should complete on an annual basis, and is a requirement of all clubs to undertake. As part of this service, our fully trained and licensed staff will carry out your assessment with you to ensure that your club still meets the minimum criteria for all Clubmark Accredited clubs.