Plans

Angling Scotland Strategic Plan 2017-21

On formation of Angling Scotland in 2017 we developed and published a 4 year Strategic Plan.  The plan outlines our vision for the future structure and governance of the sport.

Annual Business Plan 2018-19

The Angling Scotland Annual Business Plan is the operational plan for the organisation and underpins the Strategic Plan.  It contains our annual targets, our priorities for action and the resources allocated to achieve them.  The plan contains a Balanced Scorecard which is used to report and monitor progress against targets and is updated on a quarterly basis.  

Policies

Child Protection, Wellbeing & Safefguarding

The protection of children and vulnerable adults within sport is both a moral and legal obligation for every Governing Body and is something that Angling Scotland takes very seriously.

As part of its commitment to ensuring a safe environment for all participants Angling Scotland has made the protectin of Children and Vulnerable Adults a cornerstone of all of its Policies and Plans

Diversity & Inclusion

Angling Scotland is fully committed to ensuring the principles of equality of opportunity and that no member, volunteer, coach, employee or job applicant receives less favourable treatment.  Angling Scotland and also seeks to ensure an equal opportunity to participate in the sport of angling at all levels and in all roles.

Corporate Governance & Risk Management

One of Angling Scotland’s principle roles is to provide an effective governance and risk management structure for the sport of angling in Scotland.  Our Corporate Governance & Risk Management Policy is comprehensive by design and aims to provide the reader with the detail they need to deliver effective governance across the organisation.

Recruitment

Angling Scotland takes great care in ensuring that the individuals accepted into posts within the organisation are appropriately qualified, vetted, interviewed and where applicable Disclosure Checked for the duties that they will be expected to undertake.  For this reason Angling Scotland applies the same recruitment policy and procedures to all applicants, irrespective of the post that they are applying for. 

Discipline

Angling Scotland’s Discipline Policy and Procedures underpin the discipline section in the HR Handbook and provide guidance for dealing with all disciplinary issues and detailed procedures covering the end to end process for those involved.

Data Protection

One of Angling Scotland’s principle roles is to provide an effective governance and risk management structure for the sport of angling in Scotland.  Our Corporate Governance & Risk Management Policy is comprehensive by design and aims to provide the reader with the detail they need to deliver effective governance across the organisation.

Human Resources

Like any other organisation that employs individuals, be they paid or volunteer staff, Angling Scotland has Human Resources Handbook.

Gifts, Rewards & Hospitality

Angling Scotland has a duty to its members and the wider angling public to ensure that all of its Office Bearers are acting in the best interests of coarse angling in Scotland and not for their own gains.  Our Gifts, Rewards and Hospitality Policy provides details guidance and required our officer bearers and volunteers to report any offer of gifts, rewards or hospitality prior to any acceptance.

Conflict of Interests

Angling Scotland has a duty to its members and the wider angling public to ensure that all of its Office Bearers are acting in the best interests of coarse angling in Scotland and not for their own gains.  Our Conflict of Interest Policy requries all of our Board and Committee members to disclose any potential conflict of interest both annually and prior to any vote.

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