Orienteering in New Zealand is underpinned by a strong culture of volunteerism. Organising orienteering events requires a wide range of skills; from technical orienteering specific skills to building strong relationships with landowners or running the finances of clubs.  

The intent of this project is to gather information around current volunteering practices amongst clubs around the country in order to highlight and share systems that work. In addition to looking within the New Zealand orienteering community, the goal is to look to other New Zealand sports organisations and overseas orienteering federations to search for other useful ideas.

The first steps of this process are around collecting information from clubs and club members on their views around volunteering in orienteering. This short survey is intended for any orienteer in NZ.

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* 1. How long have you been a member of an orienteering club?

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* 2. What club are you currently a member of?

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* 3. Please choose any tasks/roles you have been involved with for an orienteering club?

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* 4. What do you enjoy most about volunteering for an orienteering club?

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* 5. What is the hardest part about volunteering for an orienteering club?

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* 6. Are there any parts of an orienteering event or running of a club you would like to be involved with in the future?

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* 7. What would make it easier for you to try this?

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* 8. Are there any things in particular that your club does that makes volunteering easy?

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