Better equip your sporting organisation to manage member concerns and complaints by attending the Office of Sport’s Member Protection Information Officer training session next month.
Office of Sport
Whether your child is a thrill-seeking adrenalin junkie or a lover of nature and the great outdoors, the Office of Sport has got them covered these upcoming school holidays.
In October, Point Wolstoncroft Sport and Recreation Centre will host the 2019 NSW Youth Championships with more than 400 competitors from around Australia expected to compete in Australia’s largest youth regatta.
NSW families are cashing in on the NSW Government’s Active Kids program with over a million vouchers created since the start of this year.
The 20th annual Koori Netball Tournament is on again next month and Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal netballers from across NSW are encouraged to get their entries in before registrations close.
In late August, 50 State Sporting Organisations and peak body representatives came together for a forum on Child Safe Standards as part of the Office of Sport’s ongoing commitment to help create safer sport for children.
The Office of Sport has released the first video in a new series that illustrate the important role Member Protection Information Officers (MPIOs) play in sporting clubs and associations across NSW.
Sport is not just about what you get out of it but also what you #giveback. As part of the #realsportNSW campaign we’re focusing this month on how we can all #giveback and make sport a more inclusive, safe, fun and positive experience for everyone involved.
In late August more than 90 representatives from 21 sports came together for the first two Her Sport Her Way Think Tanks focused on driving innovation and cultural change in women’s sport in NSW.
The Office of Sport’s grant program to help support the growth of female sport in Greater Sydney closes soon.