Can I charge travel expenses?
Please refer to the Ambassador guidance notes issued each year or speak to your Workforce Development Partner. Each Ambassador will be able to claim a set amount for each programme delivered and your budget will depend on the agreed work plans. Any costs incurred above your budget per programme will need to be approved by your Workforce Development Partner prior to arranging the training.
How do I promote my training sessions?
We have branded marketing materials you can personalise with your session details, you can find these in the resources sections of the She Rallies website
Who can attend my training sessions?
She Rallies is for women only, we ask that attendees are 16+ years of age. We’d encourage attendees to already be part of a community, which they can then deliver their new skills to. For example, they might be a teacher with a class of girls, a Brownie leader, a community leader delivering out of school activities for girls, a mum who’s kids play or a club member or volunteer who wants to get more involved at their venue.
Who can I work with locally?
We would like you to work with the other ambassadors in your region, and your LTA Regional Workforce lead to plan and promote your She Rallies activity. You should also keep your County Tennis Association informed of your plans.
Can I use my budget to pay coaches to help me?
Yes, but you will need to approve any request for support with your Workforce Development Partner
What support should I offer to the activators I train?
We have supplied email templates in the Ambassador resources section to be able to provide a consistent message before and after your courses. You could also speak to new Activators about whether informal mentoring would be appropriate or link them up with a local venue for them to gain further experience. Activators have been provided with a set of promotional resources to help them promote their sessions.
Do coaches receive CPD credits for attending our courses?
No. The courses must be free of charge for attendees, and do not qualify for CPD credits.