The next Club Education Seminar will be posted here when more information is available.
Whether your club has been around for years or it's just been formed, you're in for some interesting situations. Club members don't always click, rules are not always upheld, and the traditional management techniques don't always work. You'll learn groundbreaking ideas to deal with these issues by attending a U.S. Figure Skating Club Education Seminar.
Seminars are one-day events, lasting from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. The fee is $75 per person or $250 per board of four or more members. The fee includes all materials, lunch and afternoon break. Topics include:
- Legal and ethical responsibilities
- How to recruit and retain volunteers
- Risk management
- Board development and education
- Fiscal management
- Strategic thinking
- Rink relations
- How to grow and retain members
- Programming and special events
Visit the Member's Only site to view
- Showcase Competition Guidelines and Procedures (6/6/13)
- Hosting an Intercollegiate Competition (3/28/13)
- Adult Skating Webinar (3/21/13)
- High School Webinar (3/19/13)
- Fundraising Webinar (1/17/13)
- Membership Development Webinar, Part Two (10-18-12)
- Membership Development Slides Part One (9-20-12)
- Working with Your Club's Coaching Staff slides
- Q and A Rink Relations Webinar
- Air Quality
- Rink Relations Webinar slides
- What Makes Quality Ice
- 2012 Social Media Club Webinar Slides
- Hosting Parent Education Webinar
- Club Financial Management Slides - December 2011
- Club Governance Webinar Slides - November 2011
- Club Governance Webinar Q and A, 11-3-11
What they're saying about the Club Education Seminars ...
- "I learned how to be a successful board member. I am a first time attendee and would recommend this seminar to new and seasoned board members"
- "The seminar raised my awareness of what it takes to run an efficient and productive board for our club. I have concrete ideas that I am taking away today that I am excited to implement with my team."
- "It was a great introduction to nonprofit as well as specific U.S. Figure Skating club management information. I feel so much more confident in taking the next step in growing our club."