ECB Clubmark Process - Step 2

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Actively Work Towards Accreditation

Being PROACTIVE is key to getting the most from the Clubmark self-improvement and accreditation framework.

Taking time to reflect on the purpose of your club, what you offer and identifying areas you can improve will not only enhance the sustainability of your club but also help contribute to ensuring a healthy future for community club cricket.

The ECB Clubmark Evidence File including supporting information and templates have been put together to support clubs through the ECB Clubmark process. Your CDM or Nominated Officer will also provide assistance and support where required.

Checklists

ECB Clubmark Annual Health Check (1.5 MB)
ECB Clubmark Evidence File Checklist (0.9 MB)
ECB Clubmark Evidence File Checklist (Word version) (2.4 MB)
ECB Clubmark Site Visit Checklist (378 KB)
ECB Clubmark Site Visit Checklist (Word version) (755 KB)
Use of ECB Clubmark Resources and Liability (13 KB)

Codes of Conduct

Code of Conduct - Set of Rules for Young People (68 KB)
Code of Conduct for Cricket Club Members and Guests (78 KB)

Coaching

Session Register Template Alternative - November 2008 (346 KB)
ECB Club Coaches Table (96 KB)
Session Register (132 KB)

Constitution

ECB Clubmark Model Club Constitution (120 KB)
ECB Clubmark Guidance Note for Cricket Clubs (92 KB)
ECB Clubmark Guidance Note for Multi-Sport Clubs (67 KB)
Cricket Section Regulations (102 KB)

One Game

ECB Club Inclusion & Diversity Policy (633 KB)
ECB Clubmark Inclusion and Diversity Monitoring Guidance Note (238 KB)
Inclusion and Diversity Monitoring Form (41 KB)

Safeguarding & Protecting Children

Vetting Checks Tracking Table (103 KB)
Safe Hands:
Safe Hands Section 1 (52 KB)
Safe Hands Section 2 (483 KB)
Safe Hands Section 3 (419 KB)
Role Descriptions:
Role Description - Assistant Groundsman (416 KB)
Role Description - Bar Manager (420 KB)
Role Description - Chairman (418 KB)
Role Description - Club Caterer (420 KB)
Role Description - Club Photographer (419 KB)
Role Description - Coach (419 KB)
Role Description - Coaching Assistant (420 KB)
Role Description - Cricket Club Development Manager (419 KB)
Role Description - Disability Officer (420 KB)
Role Description - Fixture Secretary (419 KB)
Role Description - Fundraiser (421 KB)
Role Description - General Maintanance (417 KB)
Role Description - Groundsman (416 KB)
Role Description - Junior Team Manager (419 KB)
Role Description - PR & Media (420 KB)
Role Description - School-Club Links (419 KB)
Role Description - Scorer (422 KB)
Role Description - Secretary (421 KB)
Role Description - Social Secretary (420 KB)
Role Description - Special Project Events (420 KB)
Role Description - Treasurer (416 KB)
Role Description - Umpire (422 KB)
Role Description - Volunteer Co-ordinator (421 KB)
Role Description - Website Administrator (419 KB)
Role Description - Welfare Officer (152 KB)
Role Description - Women and Girls Co-ordinator (422 KB)

Template Letters & Forms

HSE - Five Steps to Risk Assessment (June 2011) (131 KB)
Building Partnerships between Cricket Clubs and the Community (128 KB)
Guidelines for Dealing with an Incident and or Accident (68 KB)
Incident and or Accident Report Form (73 KB)
Introductory Letter to Parents & Guardians (33 KB)
Junior Membership Form (106 KB)
Risk Assessment Form (82 KB)

ECB Clubmark Checklists Folder

The ECB Clubmark Evidence File Checklist will help you determine the areas of ECB Clubmark your club is strong in, and the areas needing further development.

You complete the checklist by identifying the following for each required criteria:

  • ‘No’ - We do not have this criteria in place, we cannot provide any evidence.
  • ‘Working towards’ - We have something in place but it is not finalized or implemented.
  • ‘Yes’ - We can provide evidence of this criteria and demonstrate implementation.

When you meet with your CDM/Nominated Officer, they will work through your Evidence File Checklist, providing you with support and guidance where needed.

The ECB Clubmark Site Visit Checklist (378 KB) details the questions you will be asked during your ECB Clubmark Site Visit assessment (see Step 3). It is useful to look through the Site Visit Checklist prior to your assessment to ensure all criteria can be met.

Clubs take varying amounts of time to achieve accreditation depending on their own unique circumstances. However, the maximum timescale to achieve accreditation is 3 years from the point of registration. If a club has not become accredited within that three year period then it will be deregistered, but that does not preclude it from registering to work towards accreditation again in the future, when ready.

All the evidence you must provide to fulfil the criteria requirements should be as recent as possible, preferably dated within the last 12 months, and a maximum of three years old in the case of course certificates, as at the date of the Site Visit Assessment.

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