Volunteers have always been appreciated. The delivery of the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London and the Glasgow Commonwealth Games in 2014 both really highlighted the work that volunteers do, especially the time they put in and the skills that they freely give to enable all levels of sporting opportunity.
At Scottish Archery we value our volunteers and we provide training, advice and help so there are openings for everyone. Of course many volunteers find that their volunteering enhances their lives and gives them transferable skills, while conversely others bring their professional expertise and experience to the job.
Judges ensure competitions are run to the highest standard, with fair play and enjoyment for all as necessary ingredients.
Coaches play a key role in helping archers get started in the sport and in developing them. In turn coaches can also develop and re-grade.
Clubs need guidance and resources, as well as volunteers with a wide variety of skills, talents and experience.
Competition at all levels is a vital part of all sport and so are the volunteers that make it happen. Here we have resources to help you.
Scottish Archery needs people with the right skills at all levels whether on the Board or at area and club level. Can you can make a difference?