A list of publications put out by the department's service areas.
Team managers have an extremely important role ensuring the successful management of the team and welfare of the athletes in their care.
Volunteers are one of the most important resources in your club so managing them effectively should be a priority. This resource will help you keep those you currently have and attract new ones to your club as well.
This resource highlights some common-sense steps to ensuring your workload will be lighter, that your group won’t have members who just ‘make up the numbers’ and that it will be seen as an effective team.
Section 48(2) of the of the Liquor Control Act 1988 provides that a club licence authorises the sale and supply of liquor to club members and to the guests of members.
Young people receive their most effective and satisfying sports experiences when they experience goodwill and cooperation between all levels of stakeholders.
Sport and recreation clubs are important to local communities and can be the best place to encourage positive contact and cooperation between people from a range of different backgrounds and abilities.
Phase two consultation complete
A major objective for junior sport is the development of life-long participation in sport.
Sport providers have a legal duty of care to protect the welfare of young people and ensure they are not exposed to unnecessary risk in any aspect of sports delivery.
The guide is primarily for sport development officers.
The most important resource in junior sport is the people who provide the infrastructure for the delivery of activities and set the social atmosphere around sport.
Planning is the key to the future for all sporting and recreation clubs no matter their level, activity or size.
There are a number of ways that can be used to assist with or facilitate group or committee based problem solving. This booklet looks at three possible methods or techniques but there are many more.
Clubs need to be competitive on and off the field, so promoting, or marketing, your club is essential.
The overall aim of coaches is to help young people build a love of participating in sport for life-long involvement.
A club guide to risk management.
This information has been designed to help clubs that may not have had much experience in gaining sponsorships.
A small clubs accounts are not complicated so you don’t have to be an accountant to be a treasurer.
During their growth from 5–17 years, young people develop physically, psychologically, emotionally and socially.