We’re pleased to introduce our first (non-COVID-19!) Club and League Mini-Series, exclusive to EN members.
Hosted virtually with a range of expert special guests lined up to guide discussions, the sessions will be recorded and added to the Care Package so that those unavailable can watch on-demand.
This series has been designed based on EN member feedback, so please do continue to tell us what you’d like to see next and book onto the sessions via our COVID-19 Officer or Committee Volunteers update emails.
Here are the details of the upcoming sessions…
Player welfare – returning to play following COVID-19
Tuesday 22 March – 19:30-20:30
After hearing questions coming in around managing players returning to court following a case of COVID-19, we’ve teamed up with the Well HQ. We’ll be discussing the Graduated Return to Play Protocol, how a COVID-19 can impact a body after infection and talk about conditioning against injury following a break from the court.
Digital marketing for player and volunteer recruitment
Wednesday 30 March – 19:30-20:30
Does your club want to reach more people or better engage through digital marketing? Join us as we explore the Digital Marketing Hub, supported and funded by Sport England. The Hub contains a wealth of learning opportunities including on-demand modules, certified courses, 1:1 mentoring and an exciting webinar series. We’ll also be joined by fellow volunteers who have benefited from a strong digital presence and who can share their top tips to help maximise the opportunity and visibility the Commonwealth Games will bring our sport this summer.
Fundraising through Crowdfunding
Thursday 7 April – 19:30-20:30
For lots of clubs, raising funds is key to helping cover the costs of everything from normal operating costs to special projects. In this session, we’ll look at running a crowdfunding campaign and other funding opportunities this can open. We’ll have guest speakers, including volunteers from clubs who have successfully run campaigns, so you can hear about how they did it, what worked, what didn’t and ask them questions.