Local Branch Tools

Local Branch Toolkit
This page provides a toolkit for ISU Norway's Local Branch leaders. The information and links found here will help improve local branch operations and will simplify local branch work. If you have questions on how to use the tools, do not hesitate to write to either nationalsecretary@isu-norway.no or union@isu-norway.no.

Organize a General Assembly

The best way to ensure the ongoing success of your ISU Local Branch is to make sure that a strong and motivated board is elected at the end of your term. The document below will help you in effectively planning your election.

Remember to write minutes from your general assembly for your local board records and send them to the Union Development Officer in the Executive Board: union@isu-norway.no

General Assembly Advice

Get Access to the Bank Account
Each Local branch has an account in the ISU Norway bank system. Please make sure that you fill out the document below when a new Treasurer is elected in your local branch so that access to your branch’s account can be transferred to this new person.

If you have any questions about this process, please contact the ISU’s Organizational Consultant: nationalsecretary@isu-norway.no.

Change bank user

Apply to LNU Frifond Barn and Unge

ISU local branches can apply for up to 35.000 kroner from Frifond barn og unge for events in one year. Below you will find helpful information describing how you can go about applying for these funds.

Budgeting Advice

Budget Sample

Application Questions Translation

Translated Guidelines and Rules for the Fund

Finances and Record Keeping
For good record keeping, every local branch has to fill in and send the following templates to nationalsecretary@isu-norway.no at least annually but preferably per semester

General Assembly Report

Annual or Semester Report

Accounting Template

Continuity Handbook 2017-2018
ISU Continuity Handbook October 2017/2018

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The National Board consists of 5 elected members and one Organizational Consultant. New members are elected every year to take up positions on the National Board. All ISU members are free to run for any position on the Board.