Training Available

Providing volunteers with training opportunities will add value to the induction process and help them approach their roles with greater confidence and skill. In turn, the club will benefit from their expertise. Training of volunteers is also an important part of a club’s risk management plan.

Examples of training available

  • coaching
  • officiating
  • presenter
  • mentor
  • assessor
  • child safe officer
  • first aid
  • sports trainer
  • volunteer management
  • developing grant applications
  • risk management
  • committee or board member skills
  • women in leadership
  • governance
  • event management
  • MYOB (Mind Your Own Business)
  • time management
  • website development
  • manual handling
  • food handling
  • conflict resolution
  • engaging generation Y
  • Possible training providers:
    • Office for Recreation and Sport
    • national, state and regional sport and recreation organisations (e.g. Tennis Australia, Bowls SA, Mid South East Football League, etc)
    • local government (councils)
    • Australian Sports Commission
    • Play by the Rules
    • Sport SA
    • Recreation SA
    • Volunteering SA
    • Volunteering Australia
    • local TAFE colleges and universities
    • private colleges
    • Department of Health
    • Australian Society of Sport Administrators
    • Sports Medicine Australia
    • YMCA / YWCA
    • youth organisations
    • Red Cross
    • St Johns
    • Surf Life Saving South Australia
    • Mediainsider
    • Australian Womensport and Recreation Association
    • Office for Volunteers
    • WEA
    • MYOB (Mind Your Own Business)
    • Royal Life Saving Association
       

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