If anyone is not on the Defence Gateway and would like a copy of the instruction, please email the Snowboard Secretary.
Applications for an ASL Overseas Tour/Courses Grant must be received a minimum of 6 weeks before your departure date or the course start date, these must be accompanied by an ASCB Authority letter issued by firstname.lastname@example.org.
Winter Sports Activity Grants and ICGs are applied for retrospectively; both must be accompanied by a Post Exercise Report (PXR). This policy will be enforced from February 2013. Applications that do not meet these criteria will not be processed and returned to sender.
The ASL cannot be held responsible for Grant Applications that are not received within these timelines, see the ASL DIN for further information.
Please ensure that all personnel on your nominal roll are Army Sports Lottery Members. An Army Sports Lottery Member is one that has made their first payment through JPA, payments must be paid regularly; i.e. once every month. Members who do not pay a regular payment through JPA are eligible for Army Sports Lottery Grants but must seek further guidance from the ASL Office.
• NEW Application forms for Army Sports Lottery Grants can be found at the following link: http://www.armysportslottery.com/grants/
• NEW Army Sports Lottery DIN (2014DIN10-055) can be found at: http://bfgnet.de/files/f2c/c20/a5115/f320/2014DIN10-055-ASL.pdf
• Army Sport Control Board Charitable Fund (ASCB CF) at be found at: http://bfgnet.de/files/f2c/c20/a5116/f320/2012DIN10-003.pdf
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SNOWBOARD BASI ONE SUCCESS
Fantastic news from SNOWBOARD – all twenty Army Snowboard Instructors have just passed their BASI Level ONE course with www.snowboardcoach.co.uk. This is great news for snowboard and will help to ensure that the sport remains an accessible option for soldiers at future Army snowboard training events.
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