The Alloway Football Club Inc. has great pleasure in announcing that the club has been successful in achieving a National Club Accreditation Scheme (NCAS) level 2 accreditation. Chris Kenward, from Football QLD, provided the club secretary Matt Brown with the news yesterday.
The club has also been informed that we are the 4th club in Queensland to receive the NCAS Level 2 Accreditation and the 1st club again in the Bundaberg and Wide Bay area to achieve this. The club completed NCAS Level 1 accreditation in 2013 and was also the 1st club in the region to achieve this and has also completed both Good Sports Level 2 and Healthy Eating Level 1 in 2014, after becoming accredited with Good Sports in 2007.
The importance of these accreditation's is to provide club administrators a clear and concise model which identifies and recognizes best practice in all areas of club administration. A bonus of the NCAS accreditation is now Football QLD have also come on board to help pay for grant writers to complete any capital works at the Alloway Country Club, which the committee will begin discussing at meetings over the coming months.
The club is taking steps forward to ensure that the vision of the club is followed. Part of our club vision is for the Alloway Football Club Inc. to be highly regarded as the family club, leading by example, in organisational excellence that positively engages it’s players, affiliates and the local community. As can be seen with our social media sites, website and now NCAS Level 2 accreditation we are working extremely hard to ensure that the club is run correctly for all members. The club is beginning to move in a forward direction to provide a great club, with excellent history, for everybody in the Bundaberg region.
Thank you to all who helped make this NCAS Level 2 a reality. Don't forget our sign on tomorrow at St Luke's Anglican School. Have a very safe weekend and look forward to seeing many faces at sign on this Saturday 7th February. Until next time.