Strategy and Policy

Strategic Plan 2015-19
The RCCC plays an important role at local and national level in curling. The organisation is mindful of Scotland’s national strategy for sport “Reaching Higher”, which is based on a vision for Scotland where sport is more widely enjoyed and available; sporting talent is recognised and nurtured and world-class performance is achieved and sustained.

To realise the government’s vision, for Scottish sport, the national strategy sets out four priorities which are:

  • Providing Pathways
  • Well Trained People
  • Strong Organisations
  • Quality Facilities

By focusing on the four priorities the national strategy aims to achieve two outcomes which are to increase participation and improve performances, so everything the RCCC does contributes to these.

Click to view the full Strategic Plan 2015-19

Anti Corruption and Bribery Policy
The Anti-corruption (Sports Betting) policy sets out the Royal Caledonian Curling Club’s (RCCC) standards and procedures relating to Anti-Corruption (Sports Betting) and applies to all those working for and representing RCCC. Click to view the Anti Corruption and Bribery Policy 2015

Disciplinary Policy
The RCCC’s Disciplinary Policy applies to all individuals involved in the sport of curling, including: coaches, players, umpires, supporters, helpers, club members, committee reps, executive and board members (this is not an exhaustive list). The following guidance has been provided for information to all members.

Immigration Endorsement Policy
RCCC Policy on the Recruitment of non EU persons: RCCC Immigration Endorsement Policy

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