Grant guidelines 2022/23
The Coaching and Officiating Grants Program is available to state sporting associations (SSAs) to develop and implement sustainable strategies and initiatives that support and develop new and existing coaches and officials. The project will be required
to build capacity within the SSA. For example, a mentoring program or pathway development program.
SSAs will be required to submit a project proposal identifying how the project aligns to the organisation’s coaching/officiating strategies and engagement principles.
A total of $200,000 is available in 2022/23 to support SSAs through the Coaching and Officiating Grants Program. Each SSA can apply for up to $15,000.
Priority will be given to:
The following organisations are eligible to apply:
SSAs with outstanding acquittals for any DLGSC grant may have payments withheld until outstanding acquittal documentation is received.
The development and implementation of coaching and officiating capacity building projects in the areas of:
Eligible items may include:
Each application will be assessed against the following criteria:
If approved, a grant agreement will be entered into between the SSA and DLGSC which outlines the grant conditions and acquittal requirements. Once signed and returned, the grant will be paid directly to the SSA. No grant monies will be paid directly to
At the completion of the project, the SSA will need to complete the acquittal documentation, acquittal statement and key results schedule, within 30 days and forward to DLGSC to demonstrate that the funds have been spent in accordance with the outlined Grant Agreement. Failure to comply with these requirements may jeopardise future funding from DLGSC.
For information regarding the Coaching and Officiating Grants Program, or for assistance to complete an application, please contact the Industry Development team at the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries (DLGSC):
Telephone 61 8 6552 7300Email email@example.com
Do not submit enquiries with this form.