Take advantage of the WSA Helpline

Take advantage of the WSA Helpline

As the collective voice for the sector in proactively advocating and influencing key decision makers, the Welsh Sports Association (WSA) continuously strives to enable members to become stronger, more successful and sustainable through providing a wide range of business support services – one of those being our Helpline.

As part of our mission to represent and support our membership base to create a society that is fit for the future, we offer a helpline that connects members to a selection of experts which can provide support to your organisation regarding a multitude of issues. Members can access this range of advice via the number available on our dedicated Helpline page. Please note that you must be logged in to the website find this number!

How does the Helpline support members?

The WSA Helpline extends to members a maximum of 30 minutes of free telephone advice, with the exception of hour-long calls available for legal support from our specialist partners Loosemores and for advice from Just Solutions regarding future sporting facilities.

Should you require additional services, such as written guidance or formal representation, our advisors can do this on a commercial basis and can provide you with a written quotation!

There is a range of professional advice accessible through our dedicated helpline, including help with legal matters, governance and finance advice, safeguarding support, and aid regarding HR, insurance, commercial development and the protection of sports facilities.

To check out the array of other perks you receive with WSA membership, visit our Member Benefits page.

To discover how to sign up to the WSA, check out our Become a Member page.

And to hear what our already existing members have had to say about their experience with the WSA, take a look at the Membership Testimonials page!

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