Athlete Development Committee Seeking Volunteers

Archery Manitoba is seeking regional archery community leaders to fill volunteer positions to its recently revamped Athlete Development Committee.

The Archery Manitoba Athlete Development Committee is responsible for matters relating to Learn to Shoot Programs, Target Archery Development Programs and Provincial Target Archery Team Programs, and Multi-Sport Games (Manitoba Games, North American Indigenous Games and Canada Games). Positions are on a two year term, expiring November 2022. The committee will be made up of a representative from each Sport Manitoba Region (East, North, South, West and Winnipeg or two (2) from Winnipeg in the event a regional rep position is left vacant) in addition to the Target Team Head Coach and an Athlete Representative. Please see a map detailing the regions below.

If you or someone you know may be interested in serving on the committee to help promote competitive archery opportunities in your region, please see the committee description and a link to a brief application form below.

To apply to the Archery Manitoba Athlete Development Committee, please visit: https://forms.gle/ejzctmEazcMpF54V7

Application Deadline is Monday November 19, 2020.

 

COMMITTEE DESCRIPTION

Archery Manitoba Athlete Development Committee

# Topic Text/Comments
1 Type of Committee

 

Standing Committee

(see ABAM Bylaws, Committees)

2 Purpose and Scope of Committee The Archery Manitoba Athlete Development Committee is responsible for matters relating to Sport Initiation, Target Archery Pathway Programs and Provincial Target Archery Team Programs, and Multi-Sport Games (Manitoba Games, North American Indigenous Games and Canada Games).

 

The Athlete Development Committee reports to the Executive Committee on all matters related to Target Archery Athlete Development. The committee offers guidance and drafts documents with the goal of assisting the organization & member clubs promote Athlete Development from Sport initiation to provincial team programs within the Target Archery Pathway.

3 Composition

 

  • Number of members
  • Qualifications of members
  • How appointed/selected
  • Rotations (if any)
  • Quorum

 

The Athlete Development Committee consists of Seven (7) voting members elected to two-year terms and two (3) non-voting members. The committee will be made up of a representative from each Sport Manitoba region (East, North, South, West and Winnipeg or two (2) from Winnipeg in the event a regional rep position is left vacant) in addition to the Target Team Head Coach and an Athlete Representative*. The committee will be chaired by the acting Vice President of Athlete Development. The Archery Manitoba Executive Director and/or Archery Manitoba President will act as committee secretary. Nomination to the committee will be open to all Archery Manitoba Members through an application process. The selection of applications/nominees will be approved by the Archery Manitoba Executive Committee on recommendation by the acting Vice President Athlete Development.

 

All committee members must be current, active members of Archery Manitoba

 

Terms of membership shall begin on December 1st,  following selection by the Executive Committee.

 

A quorum is defined as at least 50% of voting members of the committee being present.

 

*The athlete representative will be determined by a vote of current team members.

4 Responsibilities/Duties

 

Duties of the Athlete Development Committee

In coordination with the Executive Committee, offer guidance regarding Athlete Development Programs and Procedures relevant to Target Archery.

 

Review the Provincial Target Program Document annually to ensure that strategies and goals are relevant to the betterment of the program.

 

Prepare status reports and minutes of meetings or conference calls for review by the Executive Committee.

 

Communicate all pertinent document, goals and recommendations to the Executive Committee in a timely manner.

 

5 Authority/Decision-Making

 

The Athlete Development Committee requires Executive Committee approval relating to program document approval.
6 Meetings/Schedules

 

The Athlete Committee must hold a minimum of ten (10) face-to-face meetings, Video calls or telephone conference calls, throughout the year as necessary, to perform its functions.

 

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