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Anaphylaxis Training for Sport and Recreation Clubs – Online
The Department of Health and Human Services Victoria encourages all Victorian sport and recreation clubs to access online training courses on allergies and anaphylaxis. Clubs should also be familiar with food safety requirements, particularly clubs involving children with identified allergies. The Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy (ASCIA) provides an anaphylaxis e-training course, which […]Read more.
Athlete Pathway Travel Grants Program – Now Open
This grant is a must for Clubs with athletes, coaches or officials who travel to train and compete. Victoria’s athletes come from all corners of the state and often have to travel long distances to train or compete. These grants help remove the barrier of travel and accommodation costs, making participation in sport at the […]Read more.
Child Safe Standards – for Sporting Clubs – Information
Legislation for Child Safe Standards for Sporting Groups comes into effect on 1 January 2017. If your club provides services to children they must act to meet the requirements of the legislation. Context: In April 2012, the Victorian government initiated an inquiry into the handling of child abuse allegations within religious and other non-government organisations. […]Read more.
Liquor Licensing Club Seminar (FREE) – Warrnambool
The Good Sports program and the Warrnambool City Council in conjunction with the VCGLR present this valuable Liquor Licensing seminar to assist sporting organisations and their members to understand their responsibilities regarding the sale and consumption of alcohol at their club. Wednesday November 9th 2016 ~ 6:30pm to 8:30pm Warrnambool Football Netball Club Cramer St, […]Read more.
Updating your Constitution – FREE Workshop for Sporting Clubs.
The Associations Incorporation Reform Act 2012 came into effect in November 2012 with changes to law governing incorporated associations including the requirement of addressing 23 Scheduled Items in your rules (constitution). Have you updated your rules since then? Working with outdated rules can mean your club is not following the law, and trying to read your […]Read more.
Legal Issues for Incorporated Organisations and Not for Profits
FREE Workshop July – Colac (18th), Camperdown (19th), Warrnambool (20th) and August Warrnambool (9th), Portland (10th), Hamilton (11th). Great opportunity to hear from the experts – facilitated by Anna Lyons – Senior Lawyer, Justice Connect. See the flyer for dates and booking details.Read more.