Saturday, July 9, 2022


ARE YOU READY FOR TOMORROW?

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT LAST WEEK
TOMORROW JULY 10TH COURT RESERVATIONS GO LIVE
on qc.pickleball.plus

SEE INFORMATION BELOW
PLEASE READ IT ALL
We are excited to introduce you

 additions to the Pickleball Plus software.

We started using this software last year for the membership application.
 Since then, the developer has worked with us
 and we will now integrate all the software applications,
 including the court scheduling,
 the Events calendar and sign-up functions.

Previous to the rollout of this software,
 the court scheduling was handled by HoldMyCourt,
 and event sign-ups were handled online through SignUpGenius (SUG).

The plan is to go live on Sunday, July 10th with qc.pickleball.plus.


Court Reservations:

* Effective July 10th at 9pm all reservations made for July 17th and beyond must be scheduled through qc.pickleball.plus. * All court reservations from July 17th and in the future have been blocked out on HoldMyCourt, so that anyone attempting to make a reservation will see:

On that date, all future court reservations and Event sign-ups will be made through qc.pickleball.plus.




***Event Reservations***:
*  All SUG QCPC Organized Play and Skill-Level Round Robin 
sign-ups for dates after July 16th
have been canceled.
*  All QCPC events and round robins on or after July 17th 
will be available for signup 
through qc.pickleball.plus




The attached written instructions and video
below are available for your review.

Future Newsletters will have information about
the "tabs" on  qc.pickleball.plus  



***INTRODUCTION TO THE FEATURES***

 VIDEO TUTORIAL HERE

QC.PICKLEBALL.PLUS
 MANUAL HERE

***QUICK REFERENCES FOR***

 COURT AND PBALL MACHINE RESERVATION
effective 10 July at 9PM

CLICK HERE

 MAKING AN EVENT RESERVATION
Effective for dates after July 16th for Organized Play/Skill Level Play
and QCPC events and Round Robins starting July 17th

CLICK  HERE

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                       QCPC is actively looking

for a new Player Development Chairperson

  After serving the QCPC for many years as the President,
 and starting the entire Player Development program,
 Jean Bustard will be stepping down at the end of the year.

  The QCPC owes a great deal of gratitude for all Jean has accomplished during her time in the Leadership of the QCPC.
  Jean will continue to be an active member
 of our Club and will assist the new
 Player Development Chairperson with her knowledge. 

This is a volunteer position that will begin in January. We are interviewing now so that Jean may assist in the transition.

If you are interested in this position or have questions,  please contact Jean Bustard (jeanb@dcmesa.com) or Steve Shapiro (sshapiro57@gmail.com)


QCPC Player Development Chairperson

Job Description

 

Position Summary:

·       Identify appropriate developmental needs and opportunities for QCPC members taking into account membership size, distribution of skill levels and available resources such as budget, instructors, volunteers and court availability. 

·       Plan, organize, coordinate and evaluate QCPC learning activities.

·       This is a QCPC Board position appointed by the QCPC President for a one-year term.

 

Resources available:

·       Written long- and short-term developmental plans

·       Existing successful player development activities

·       Written lesson plans from beginner to 4.0 skill levels

·       Existing compensated instructor

·       Pool of enthusiastic volunteer instructors and assistants

·       Availability of professional, traveling instructors

·       New qc.pickleball.plus software to efficiently organize and promote Player Development activities

·       Teaching aids including ball machine, ball baskets with balls, target dots and more.

·       Approved annual funding to support Player Development activities

 

Responsibilities:

·       Offer player development activities led by a combination of contracted and volunteer instructors (this position does not require chairperson to teach classes)

·       Manage and support contracted and volunteer instructors

·       When necessary, recruit paid and volunteer instructors

·       Promote classes and drills via QCPC-approved software and coordination with the QCPC Communications Chairperson (QCPC newsletter, Facebook page, bulletin boards, etc.)

·       Develop annual Player Development budget for approval by the QCPC Board of Directors

·       Implement activities and purchases with respect to approved budget

·       Prepare monthly reports for QCPC Board of Directors, including identifying offerings, tracking participation and analyzing success and/or areas needing improvement

 

Time commitment:

During season (October thru April):  Average 7-10 hours per week with low of 2 and high of 16 hours per week depending on Club activities and personnel decisions (regarding instructors and volunteers)

 

Examples of ideal qualities:

·       Experience managing people and small projects

·       Experience teaching classes or training at schools, businesses or community programs

·       Passion for helping Club members of all levels learn the game of pickleball

·       Friendly and positive attitude

·       Willingness to work toward establishing QCPC as a premier pickleball club, in part by developing and maintaining a successful QCPC Player Development program. 


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