We are committed to giving every club in Western Australia access to resources, guides, training opportunities and information on how they can improve their club and support their volunteers and members.
In many ways, clubs are a focal point for communities, whether they are in the city or country. Research shows sport and recreation clubs and community organisations help to develop social capital and are good barometers of community strength and
All you need to know about starting a club.
Complete the online assessment of your clubs operations and identify areas for improvements.
Upcoming workshops and the latest online videos and training.
How to support juniors and grow the next generation of members.
Support, resources and information to creating safe club environments.
What to do when there’s a problem or you’re not happy with a club decision.
There are economic, cultural, social and health benefits to having more women involved in leadership roles.
By implementing healthy changes your club can be seen to be making a positive contribution to your community.
Supporting local sporting clubs to use eight values to share the benefits of sport and recreation.
Downloadable resources of information for clubs from starting a new club to promoting your club.
Helping sporting clubs examine how they operate and identify areas of improvement.
Clubs are meeting places where we find the company of like-minded people. We make friends, we share experiences. Valuable social networks develop through shared sporting aspirations and experiences.
Clubs enable members of a community to be linked by a common bond: their participation in that club and sport.
For many, forming friendships and a sense of belonging are powerful reasons to become involved and remain active in sport.
There are some other great sites that have loads
of information and advice on how to run your club, planning, volunteers
and topic specific advice.
Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural IndustriesTelephone 61 8 9492 9740Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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