Central Coast sporting organisations will be better equipped to keep their members safe thanks to two workshops being hosted by the NSW Government next month.
Office of Sport
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The Office of Sport will host a free workshop on Monday, 5 August on how to create safer sporting environments for children and young people.
There’s still time to register for the Office of Sport’s Central West and Orana Facilities Forum on Wednesday, 7 August.
In recognition of local sportspersons’ significant contributions at state and national level, nominations are currently being sought for a proposed Western Sporting Hall of Fame.
The Office of Sport will hold a Grant Writing Workshops at Lake Macquarie this month.
Local sporting organisations will be better equipped to manage member concerns and complaints thanks to the Member Protection Information Officer training being hosted by the Office of Sport this month.
The Office of Sport will host a free workshop on Tuesday, 13 August on how to create safer sporting environments for children and young people.