The Level 1 Sports Trainers course is designed to introduce participants of the basic knowledge and skills required by a Sports Trainer. These skills include the management of specific sporting injuries, sports taping and transporting an injured athlete. This course educates prospective sports trainers, teachers, coaches, administrators and parents on the basic principles of sports medicine.
Sports trainers play a vital role in the prevention of injury. This course provides participants with the necessary skills to assist in improving athletic performance, making sport safer for all.
Date: February 24th & 25th 2018 Venue: Maffra Secondary College (Library), Alfred St, Maffra Time: 9:00am – 5:00pm Cost: $285 pp
Latrobe City Council offer a number of small grants to individuals who inspire to reach and sustain their goals by dedicating their time, realising their ambitions, empowering themselves through on going participation and learning; and are able to share the outcomes with other members of their communities. The following funding is available:
General participation costs and Latrobe City representation – Up to $100
Representing Victoria – Up to $300
Representing Australia – Up to $500
Applications for funding are invited all year round. The assessment will commence on the 15th day of each month.
Good Sports, the TAC and Cricket Victoria are currently running a joint promotion for Victorian cricket clubs – simply sign up to the Good Sports program and you’ll go into the draw to win heaps of great prizes.
First prize: 2 x $5000 Kookaburra vouchers.
Second prize: 1 x $2500 Kookaburra voucher.
Third prize: 1 x $1000 Kookaburra voucher.
ABOUT GOOD SPORTS:
Good Sports celebrates the power of local sporting clubs, working with them to build stronger, safer and more inclusive club communities. Designed with busy, volunteer-led clubs in mind, the free program provides all of the resources and support local clubs need to create more family-friendly club environments; improving responsible alcohol consumption and safe transport options.
WHAT DO I NEED TO DO:
Getting involved is easy! Simply contact GippSport that you are interested in joining the program and a GippSport staff member will set up a meeting date and time to go through the accreditation process. It’s quite a simple process and should take more than 30 minutes to complete. As well as helping to create a healthier, safer and more inclusive club, being accredited with the program also has other benefits including subsidized RSA courses through GippSport.
Melbourne City FC & Football Federation Victoria in partnership with GippSport, are excited to hold a Gippsland Holiday Program on Tuesday 23 January.
This is a free clinic at two locations – Bairnsdale & Traralgon.
All participants are require to register to ensure adequate equipment and coach coverage is provided. To register visit: http://bit.ly/2CRRfED
All levels welcome to come and try Soccer!
Soccer Mums – POSTPONED
The Soccer Mums program aims to increase physical activity among mothers through small-sided, social football. Soccer skill development and basic fitness will also be part of the program. The program offers mothers a simple way to enjoy enhanced health and wellbeing, in a family friendly and fun environment.
Girls Clinic Ages: Open to all ages
All-girls clinic gives girls a welcoming environment to try football.
Indigenous Clinic (Bairnsdale) Ages: 5-16 years old
Indigenous clinic provides a safe environment for boys and girls to develop their skills.
Multicultural clinic (Traralgon) Ages: 5-16 years old
Multicultural clinic provides a safe environment for boys and girls to develop their skills.
Date: Tuesday 23 January Venue: East Gippsland United FC, Howitt Park Bairnsdale Time: 10.00am – 11.30am