Setting up a New Branch/Group
The WDSA (UK) wants to ensure that anyone who wants to become an instructor or who wants to set up a group/branch or become a partner can and will achieve this goal. We will assist anyone who is interested in helping others to understand wheelchair dancing or wheelchair dance sport. For an information pack please emails firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0300 111 30 45.
There are three ways that you can set up a branch or group.
For all three options you would need to be qualified as a Wheelchair Dance Sport instructor or be in a position to be taking the training in the first year you set up a group see Instructor programme for more information.
The below options are the three that have been developed and work for our instructors, with all three areas you will also be given access to the WDSA (UK) instructors areas and the support and information of wheelchair dance and wheelchair dance sport to enable your development to become a WDSA (UK) instructor.
The three options are:
- The first option open to you is to become a WDSA (UK) branch, this would be where, after your qualification, the WDSA (UK) will support you with back office function and help you to set your group up for a admin fee. This option means that you would have the support of the National Charity behind you and you would need to look, with the WDSA (UK), to find local funding to support your Branches growth without the hassle of administration. To find out more information on becoming a WDSA (UK) Branch call 0300 111 30 45 or email email@example.com
- The second option is after the training you set up your own group with no administration support from the WDSA (UK), but an agreement would be signed so your group would work with the WDSA (UK), follow the rules outlined in the training delivered and are able to work with the WDSA (UK) to ensure a clear and consistent program is delivered. To find out more information on becoming a WDSA (UK) affiliated group call 0300 111 30 45 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- The third option is you have your own company or group set up and want to incorporate the training the WDSA (UK) offers within your organisations. This can be arranged as with the other two options. The WDSA (UK) would require a license agreement to be signed by the organisations, in which they recognise that the training they are delivering, is owned and on license to them from the WDSA (UK). They would need to follow the details in the licence agreement. To find out more information on becoming a WDSA (UK) licence partner call 0300 111 30 45 or email email@example.com
If any of the above agreements are broken the WDSA (UK) reserves the right to remove the backing or licence from the individual or organisations