Want to know more about CASC? These Wales Golf workshops could be for you

The governing body are holding two online sessions to assist clubs get on top of the legislation... Wales Golf are hosting two online workshops to help clubs get to grips with Community Amateur Sports Club legislation. The governing body have partnered with ACASC to run two sessions, which will be held next week. CASC status covers several areas of legislation and they are constantly evolving and developing. The first workshop, which will be held on March 16 on Zoom from 6pm until 7pm, is for clubs who already hold CASC status. It will cover obligations as a CASC club, the impacts of non-compliance, maximising the benefits of the status, as well as hot topics and myth busting. The second, on March 17 and from 6pm until 7pm on Zoom, is aimed at those who are considering joining the scheme. It will look at it as a whole, the benefits and pitfalls of CASC, and the process when incorporating and obligations. Managers, secretaries, committees and boards, treasurers and club volunteers are among those who should consider attending. To register for the first workshop, click here. To register for the second workshop, click here. Do you subscribe to the GCMA’s weekly E-newsletter? Make sure you’re not missing out on the latest in the world of golf club management. Click here to join in.
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