|ABOUT COBOC AND CLUBMARK|
For copies of the Club Consitution, dates of the next AGM and Committee Meeting Dates and Minutes click on the Committee Meetings Page
COBOC has worked closely with the Birmingham City Council recreation and education departments. We have been successful in promoting orienteering in schools, youth groups, and the inner city areas. Traditional city parks and small areas of urban woodland have been used to bring newcomers to the sport.
COBOC is currently organising monthly Schools and Family Events on Saturday afternoons in various parks in Birmingham. The aim of this is to attract more people into orienteeing and to set up a Primary and Secondary School League. For more details click on Future Events
For a copy of the Event Guide for Organisers and Planners click here
For a copy of the Beginners Families and Schools Event Flyer Template click here
COBOC is now an accredited CLUBMARK club for the next 4 years (from May 2016) subject to an annual review. Clubmark is an accreditation scheme which demonstrates that COBOC is committed to providing orienteering in a safe and efficient way for all those who take part. At a COBOC Committee Meeting held on 12/12/12 we agreed to adopt a number of important BOF Policies including O Safe - a guide to safeguarding the welfare of children and vulnerable adults in Orienteering. For details click here.We also agreed to adopt the BOF Equality and Inclusion Policy. Details of this and other BOF policies can be found here
If you have any comments or concerns about any activities or events organised by COBOC please contact the activities event organiser. Alternatively you can contact the Club Secretary or Club Welfare Officer. Their contact details can be found on the CONTACTS page of this website.
For further details regarding these and other relevant BOF policies please click on the following link http://www.britishorienteering.org.uk/page/clubmark
CLUB DEVELOPMENT PLAN 2016-18
For details click here
CODES OF CONDUCT
To view the codes of conduct please click on the following link