TUDC AGM 2022
Date(s) - 17/Mar/2022
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
University of Tasmania
|Minimum Dive Qualifications:||Open Water|
|Day/Night Dive:||Social Event|
|This trip consists of||0 Dive(s)|
|Location of Dive||Southern Tasmania|
|Cancellation Policy||A full refund will be given if the dive is cancelled by the club, e.g. due to bad weather or equipment unavailability. A 50% Refund will be given if a diver cancels between 1 week and 12 hours of the start of the dive unless a replacement diver is available in which case a full refund will be given. Before this time a full refund will be given except for trips where long lead times are involved (eg Interstate Trips/Long weekend trips etc) where refunds are at the discretion of the Dive Coordinator.|
TUDC Annual General Meeting
The 2022 AGM will be held on Thursday the 17th of March from 6.30pm.
There will be free pizza and drinks provided.
We will be heading to the Mayfair after for TUDC provided food & drinks.
Hobart: UTAS : SB.AX17.L02.209 – Video Conf (SB.SocSci209)
The main purpose of the AGM is to elect the Executive and Committee for the 2022/23 dive season. Duties of the positions are below.
To vote at the meeting you will need to be a financial 2022 member: Click here to get your 2022 Membership
Gear Rentals – Man the gear store for hiring and return of equipment; rotating roster.
Club Dives – Each member must organise a minimum of 2 per year. This includes promoting the dive, organising gear and accommodation if needed. Dive Officers are responsible for organising the bulk of club diving, and it is expected that they will organise many more than 2 dives per year. Any committee member need to run 3 dives in first 6 months or the rposition will be up for grabs.
Attend TUDC club days, monthly committee meetings and Societies Day.
Committee members need to be available on the ‘committee weekend’ for training.
It is valuable for officers to have significant diving experience, a boat license and a minimum qualification of rescue diver.
Overall responsibility to keep the club running, Maintain Keys Register, organise CBA Authorities, run Member Drive, organise the Shed Duty Roster, Attend Sports Council Meetings, AGM Co-ordination, Answer to TUU Executive, investigate sponsorship deals, Affiliation renewal with TUU and Promote Safe Diving
Vice President’s Duties
Club website maintenance, supporting the President in their duties, Annual return of Association, funding and membership brainstorming and Club branding.
Keeping track of club finances, receipts, payments, bank statements, budget, bank reconciliation, balance sheet, profit and loss statement. Attend Budget Meeting(s), Registration for Boat, Trailers and Oxygen Equipment and Annual club audit prior to AGM
Club Info Brochure, Club Advertising and Marketing Tactics, Answering and advice to members, correspondence, Societies Day co-ordination, Minutes of Club Meetings, Membership Information, Assist President with co-ordination of meetings, general admin and filing of club information – both electronic records and at gear store and affiliation renewal with TUU
Asset Officer Duties
Boat Service and maintenance /Flares status/ EPIRB/ safety equipment. Vehicle servicing and maintenance. Compressor servicing and maintenance.
Gear Officer Duties
Club Gear Audit. Tank/BCD/Reg Service Status and Maintenance. Medical Kit Status
Dive Officer Duties
Coordination and running of multiple dive events. Participation in Gear Shed roster. Promote Safe Diving