Tents (Friday at 10) and Marshalls (Saturday & Sunday at 9:30)

Just a quick reminder that we’ll be putting up the tents tomorrow (Friday) starting at 10am and hopefully finishing by 11:30. Please come along if you are available.

I have also attached details of how we will organise crews at the start this year.  Can all start marshals please read over this before Saturday?

Can I ask everyone who is down on the rota to be a start marshal to come to the event briefing at 9:30 each morning and then stay behind after that so that we can allocate people to marshalling groups and answer any questions you may have on the marshalling plan?
Thanks
Dave

Regatta Rota

Hello Everyone

The Rota for Jobs for our upcoming Regatta weekend is attached.

As you can see everyone that has let me know they can help out has a job (perhaps even 2) – if anyone has been missed come and see me first thing Saturday Morning and I will give you something to do (no need to feel shy).

If there are any parents / juniors available and are at a loose end come to regatta control at any point and we can find you a task, many hands make light work.

Please bring your lovely cakes tray bakes sandwiches filled rolls etc to the Tea Tent first thing each morning, if you can spare ½ an hour make yourself known to the Tent Folk and they can then fit you in to help out.

Remember to wrap up warmly, put on your smiley welcoming faces – they are great for all to see 😉

See you all Saturday,

Hazel G

Ps. Friday Morning Crew see you all at 10am sharp – to put up the Tents

Club Meeting 10th February 2019 – 10:45am

Calling all members.

Can you make time to pop down to the Boatshed this Sunday morning at 10:45 am to have a quick pre regatta get together.

Planning for a successful event!

Tea Tent Donations – please bring your scrummy cakes, filled up sandwiches etc etc to the Tea Tent first thing Saturday 16th from 9am.

See as many of you as possible this Sunday.

Hazel G

Ice Picture – 2nd Feb 19

Just 2 patches of ice left.  Should lift in the next couple of days but, sadly, no rowing on Sunday as the steps/pontoons are not free of ice and there’s a 100m section at the corner by the wall that’s solid.

Jobs Rota

Hello Everyone

Please find attached a rough Rota for the event this weekend. If I’ve missed anyone that has volunteered please just come and fill in the gaps.

If I’ve given you a task you are not sure about, please ask someone who has been involved before and they will help & point you in the right direction.

A few names have been pencilled into the Tea Tent Rota – however I am looking for anyone feeling generous with their time to step in and help when able.

I think that the tent will be under siege and all hands Young & Old are needed and welcomed.

If I forget to say to everyone here is my THANK YOU (IN ADVANCE)

Hazel G

Marshalling Documents

Can everyone who is down for marshalling this weekend please read the following information?  Please email nov2018@invernessrowing.club of you have any questions.

Word documents: (First a document that contains all the information and then a sub-set; one for each colour group)
Marshal_DetailedInstructions_AllTeams_05Nov18
Marshal_DetailedInstructions_Yellow_05Nov18
Marshal_DetailedInstructions_Green_05Nov18
Marshal_DetailedInstructions_Red_05Nov18
Marshal_DetailedInstructions_Blue_05Nov18
Marshal_DetailedInstructions_Orange_05Nov18
Marshal_DetailedInstructions_Pink_05Nov18

Powerpoint Diagrams:
Circulation_All_05Nov18

 

 

Regatta Planning Briefings

Information and briefing meetings Saturday 3rd & Sunday 4th Nov.

Just a wee reminder to IRC members that Regatta Organisers need you to come to the briefings to get involved in the safe and effective running of our Head weekend.

There will be Marshalling plan discussion, Timing Team brief and Rota organised for the Tea Tent.

Looking forward to catch up Saturday 12.15 and Sunday 11am.

Let’s Go TEAM IRC🤗

 

 

Hazel

 

Inverness Rowing Club Regatta weekend, 10th & 11th November 2018

The poster for this event is available at http://www.invernessrowing.club

All members will be allocated tasks to ensure the event weekend runs safely and well.

If you wish to RACE at any point over the weekend then you will assist our club, no offer of help NO RACING. This will be enforced at time of entry.

This will apply to all ages and no matter how long you have been a member of or club, newest members this could be your first racing experience let’s make it a great one.

We of course try to work around people’s commitments but as you know the events we hold rely on volunteers and everyone’s goodwill let’s not lose sight of that but don’t be shy – please OFFER.

Dates for your Diary  BRIEFING MEETINGS

*Juniors & Parents* – arrive ½ hour early to your training session Saturday 3rd November – to be briefed.

*Seniors* – Sunday 4th November – again arrive ½ hour before allocated training time 2nd session – to be briefed.

Scottish Rowing Growth Mindset Workshop 4th October 18:30 at the Aquadome

Scottish Rowing are holding a workshop next Thursday for IRC club members – please see attached poster for details.

The link to register is:
https://scottishrowing.azolve.com/workbench/public/events?ref=4CBD6B7D67E5BCC8EA65FB70FED6C9F5CB6F02A0

If you want more information about the event, please have a look at the following video or the text below (which you will find on the booking link):-
https://www.facebook.com/scottishrowing/videos/469473326862893/?t=10

Individuals who believe their talents can be developed (through hard work, good strategies, and input from others) have a growth mindset. They tend to achieve more than those with a more fixed mindset (those who believe their talents are innate gifts). This is because they worry less about looking smart and they put more energy into learning. When entire organisations embrace a growth mindset, their employees, volunteers, members, parents etc. report feeling far more empowered and committed; they also receive far greater organisational support for collaboration and innovation. In contrast, people at primarily fixed-mindset organisations report more of only one thing: cheating and deception among leaders, employees, volunteers members and others, presumably to gain an advantage in the talent race.

Mindset is a buzzword in many sectors and organisations, even working its way into their mission statements. But when we probe, you often discover that people’s understanding of the idea is limited. This workshop will look at three common misconceptions, how to embed a growth mindset culture across organisations, and provide attendees with tools, methods and techniques to lead organisational change towards creating an environment conducive to Growth Mindset.

This workshop will explore mindset and go beyond the theory of mindset and explore the different mindsets and where they exist in organisations.  It will also look at creating learning environments to improve practice, performance and productivity leading to a GM culture and will also explore effective implementation across clubs.