The Club Health Check, developed by the Australian Sports Commission (ASC), is an online self-assessment tool aimed at helping clubs of all sizes examine how they are operating and performing.
We recommend that the assessment be completed by two or three representatives comprised from your board/committee and senior staff. In some cases this may be facilitated with your state / territory association representative. It is important that key people who have an overall perspective of the clubs operations and activities are involved.
The tool looks at a number of different factors that are crucial to success at club level and these factors are used to build an overall picture of the way your club carries out its operations.
The assessment should take no more than 20 minutes to complete.
Once you have answered all the questions, a detailed report will be emailed to you which will identify improvement opportunities for your club. A copy of the report will also be sent to the ASC, Golf Australia and your state association.
What you will get.
Broken down into three sections;
Action Plan – The six highest priority areas as identified from the answers provided in the checklist are identified in the action plan section along with resources to assist improving these areas.
Summary report – This gives the scoring for your club against the key drivers and the critical
success factors as well as a graphical view of these scores. This section will provide you with a
synopsis of all of your results and provide general information on each key area and related
resources to assist with improvement.
Summary of priority responses – This provides a copy of all the questions answered, along with
your responses and subsequent priority level. This can give further background to board/committee discussions and future actions.
The Action Plan is the key section for your board/committee to address first, and the action plan templates have been specifically designed to facilitate discussion and guide planning for your club.In a board/committee that is dedicated to developing and improving its systems and processes, as well as proactively looking to the future, the report should also form part of the on-going discussions of the board/committee.
We also strongly recommend that you complete this checklist on an annual basis to review how your club is performing and as an on-going continuous improvement process.
We wish you all the best in working through this report and working towards improving your clubs growth, development and sustainability.
See EXAMPLE Club Health Check Report