The menu to the left will provide you with key resources for the day-to-day running and overall management of your club or society.
At a minimum, each club should have someone to fulfill the duties of the President and someone to fulfill the duties of a Secretary and Treasurer. Of course, you can use whatever titles are most appropriate for your club or society.
There are a few essentials required for running any club. They are:
In the video below, we provide a brief training on three key areas that committees are responsible for: Risk Assessments, Finances, and the Annual General Meeting. The President of the club is involved in each of these areas as they lead activity and approve finances.
- Risk Assessments are primarily carried out by the President and the Secretary, and the Secretary is responsible for filling out the forms and submitting them to HISA.
- Finances are arranged by the President and the Treasurer, with the treasurer responsible for record keeping and managing expenditures and deposits.
- The AGM is led by the President but can include reports and record-keeping by the Secretary and Treasurer.
A strong committee works together to support each other in running and managing a club or society.