The templates and guidance provided on this website are here to help you develop good policies that suit the needs of your organisation, the actual process of deciding what best suits your organisation is an important part of moving from template to actual agreed policy.

Remember, these are only templates, they will need to be adapted to suit the needs of your organisation.

Should you have any concerns about the way in which you are amending the document, we would recommend that you take independent  legal advice. To find out more about creating good policy click here.

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Principle 1, relating to: anti-doping, anti-bribery, safeguarding and ethics

Principle 3, relating to: Committee, Task & Finish Group, Delegation and Vision

Principle 5, relating to: Standards, Systems and Controls

Data Protection

GDPR

Subject Access Requests

Segregation of Financial Duties

Delegation

Risk

ICT

Most organisations encourage and support the positive use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to further the aims of their sport. These notes and templates offer suggestions how to develop suitable policies and procedures to minimise asset and business risk, as well as creating security awareness around potential loss, misuse or abuse of equipment, programs and data.

Business Continuity

Fire & Risk

Recruitment

Employment Information

Code of Conduct

Employee Induction

Financial Policies

Other Links

Principle 6, relating to: Accountability and Transparency

Confidentiality

Conflict of Interest

General Complaints

Social Media

Communications

Vexatious Complaints

Hospitality and Gifts

Principle 7, relating to: Understanding, Engaging with and Embracing the Sporting Landscape

Knowing your sporting (or organisational) landscape is fundamental to understanding where you sit in the ‘bigger picture’. The Governance and Leadership Framework for Wales (GLFW) advises the types of knowledge and links that a typical organisation might have and need to understand. Some information will be specific to you, such as the way an athlete progresses from grassroots to elite, other examples will be more general.

Links to the wider more general landscape in Wales can be found below:

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