Page and documents on here updated on 31/08/2018 in line with the rescheduled 2018 AGM.
The Annual General Meeting (AGM) is the yearly opportunity for full NISA members and affiliates to have their say on the sport, and how their National Governing Body is run.
As a result of the Articles of Association being voted through at the 2017 EGM, there are subsequently a number of Board and Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) roles to be filled. Please see the elections notifications below.
Great opportunities lie ahead for ice skating in the UK, but we need the support and involvement of our members to reach them.
2018 AGM Details
This year the AGM will be taking place on Saturday 24th November at the Jury's Inn, Nottingham.
It will commence at 12 noon, and we recommend attendees arrive by 11:30am.
You don't need to register your attendance, simply arrive on the day. If you are unable to attend, please ensure you have filled out a proxy form to cast your vote.
Can I vote?
Any Full or Life Member with at least 13 months' membership at the date of the AGM, can vote. No more than 30 day lapse must have occured in membership. Associate Members are unable to vote.
Note - voting rights for Full Members are for the skater if they are aged 16+, or for the legal parent or guardian of the Full Member if they are aged under-16 or otherwise lack the relevant capacity.
Affiliated Clubs and Affiliated Associations of NISA can also vote (Clubs must have affiliated for the 2017-18 affiliation period before July 1st 2018).
How do I vote?
You can cast your vote by attending the 2018 AGM or by proxy voting - this is the manner of voting when it cannot be done in person.
Through proxy voting a member can cast their vote on matters proposed for the AGM through either the Chair or another eligible member.
Proxy voting forms will also be placed on the website 28 days in advance of the AGM, and can be completed and sent to the Independent Scrutineers, Botham Accounting. They must arrive by 11:00AM on Thursday 22nd November 2018.
Election nominations close on Saturday 20th October at 5PM.
Any individual can only be a candidate for one position. They cannot stand for more than one Technical Advisory Committee position, nor can they stand for more than one Board position, nor can they stand for both a Board and a Technical Advisory Committee position.