• Coaches who are interested in joining ALCS can and submit their application after reading and understanding our Statement of Purposes and any other relevant documentation the Board of Directors deems appropriate to ensure we’re attracting the best resources, attitudes, behaviours and dedication to the organisation.
• The application process includes sections seeking detailed information related to the coaches experience, credentials, training, products and services and most importantly the opportunity for the coach to identify how and under what circumstances they’re able to commit to delivering pro bono and/or reduced rate coaching to our clients.
• The coach will receive a provisional membership into ALCS until such time as the Board can officially review applications and make formal invitations for joining.
• Once the member coach is an official member of ALCS, and after proof of public liability and professional indemnity insurance is on file, the opportunity to match them with client wishes becomes possible.
• ALCS will send out regular newsletters, and/or post on our website, the current list of client wishes seeking a match. Coaches can respond to these opportunities by directly contacting the appropriate member of the Board as identified in the client wish listing.
• If a match between coach and client is achieved and approved by the client, the coach will be introduced to the client and given their contact details via email or phone.
• The coach will be responsible for reporting back to ALCS appropriate information regarding the status of the relationship with the client. This will be determined on a case by case basis, ranging from a simple date and time entry for work performed with the client to a more substantial case study involvement.
• All coaches are required to follow the ALCS Code of Practice.
• If coaches wish to receive a summary report of their altruistic activities under the ALCS name, this can be requested by writing to the Board at any time.