Please remember that the ScotSAC office is closed until further notice. As we have no idea when access will be given to collect mail please do not post anything in to the office for now.
As before the Membership cards can not be sent out until we are able to work from Caledonia House.
Here’s hoping 2021 will be a happy one with at least a bit of light on the horizon.
We hope that everyone remains safe from the virus but of course we are not out of the woods yet so it is still important that we all follow the government guidance.
Here is a link to the Sport Scotland guidance https://sportscotland.org.uk/covid-19/latest-sport-and-physical-activity-guidance/ based on the latest guidance issued by the Scottish Government announcement on 4th January. You will find further links there to Sport Scotland “ Return to Sport and Physical Activity “ dated 5th January.
Dear ScotSAC Members
Please note there will be no Office Administration available from the 24th December 2020 until the 5th January 2021. For emergencies contact email@example.com
Thank you for your continued support during this difficult year and we wish you a very Merry Christmas.
It has been confirmed that Caledonia House ScotSAC Headquarters, will be closed until January 2021. The closure will be reviewed in January.
Dannielle is working from home and if you need to speak to her there is a temporary number available on: 07543 673616.
Please renew your membership as normal and a Membership card will be sent out as soon as we have access to the office next year.
Keep checking the ScotSAC website for updates and thank you for your patience at this difficult time.
In case of emergency contact firstname.lastname@example.org
At the AGM last night a question was asked about Rescue Refreshers for Branch Instructors.
This was discussed at the June 2020 Board meeting and announced in the June/July newsletter that all Branch Instructors would have a 6 month extension added to thier Rescue Refresher.
If for any reason, B.I s, have still not succeeded in renewing thier rescue they should consult with the NDO on the way forward for them and cases with be reviewed individually.