Volunteering Best Practice Guide
A must read for anyone in angling who works with volunteers – covering the key aspects of working with volunteers, providing advice and signposting further information.
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Why is Volunteering and this Guide Important?
Angling is mostly a leisure pursuit and the majority of clubs are non profit making, heavily reliant upon volunteers for essential personnel such as committee members and water bailiffs. Volunteering is essential but subject to certain legislation.
For this reason, angling organisations must be aware of the legalities and ethics involved, protecting both the organisation and volunteer. An awareness of Best Practice will better equip clubs to provide the best volunteering experience, thus showcasing angling.
This guide covers the key aspects of working with volunteers, providing advice and signposting further information.
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The Angling Trust are a representative body for all anglers in England and Wales. Our members support the campaigns we carry out to protect fish and fishing and our programmes to increase participation.
We are recognised by Sport England as the national governing body in England and promote active lifestyles and maintaining a regular angling habit.
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