New WSA service Advocacy Plus
The Welsh Sports Association’s (WSA) new initiative, Membership Plus, represents an extension of the existing core membership offer. One of the first two packages within that extension is Advocacy Plus.
The Advocacy Plus package includes a variety of services, offering members strategic advice and specific guidance relating to Welsh Government and the Senedd.
The offer will include advocacy support to your organisation’s leadership team with two development sessions containing political advice available yearly; bespoke monthly advocacy reports relating directly to your organisation’s strategic objectives; and two annual sessions to aid strategic development, including stakeholder mapping, support with policy and help feeding into advocacy plan.
Organisations will also be given access to the online politics training programme with unlimited access for staff, offering the opportunity for your team to obtain a solid understanding of sports policy in Wales and the wider political landscape.
Meanwhile, there will also be introductions to officials as well as access to political briefing documents with proposed guest lists and suggestions to engage embrace the wider sporting landscape in relation to Principal 7 of the Sports Wales Governance and Leadership Framework Wales.
The WSA are very pleased with the positive feedback and engagement with the new initiative thus far and would like to say that there are only a handful of places remaining on Advocacy Plus, so please contact the team if it’s of interest to you!
For full details regarding both Advocacy Plus and Finance Plus, please consult the WSA Membership Plus page.
In addition to the new Membership Plus packages, the WSA will also be updating the core membership offer to include some exciting new partner agreements, updates to the helpline service and advancements to templates, for example.
Stay tuned for further details or contact the team to find out more!
Visit our Member Benefits page to view the whole range of perks of membership.
And sign up for membership via our Become a Member page.
And to hear what other organisations have made of their experiences with the WSA, see out Membership Testimonials.