The Centre for Multicultural Youth is running FREE specialised training for sports clubs and associations in your local area.
The training will introduce you to CMY’s Game Plan resource kit and provide insights on how to make your club more culturally and linguistically diverse. It will also help to increase CALD participation at your club, maximising memberships and supporting new members.
WHO IS THIS TRAINING FOR?
Sporting clubs members/ volunteers in the local area
State sporting bodies
Clubs, players, people from CALD communities
Any organisation working with clubs or associations
Warragul 📅Wednesday 20 June 🕛 6PM-7:30PM 📍Warragul Bowls Club
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Wonthaggi 📅Wednesday 27 June 🕛6PM-7:30PM 📍 Wonthaggi Bowls Club
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To RSVP and for more information, contact: Dylan Blythe E: firstname.lastname@example.org P: 0478 760 359
Who are you proud to be? A sportsperson, coach, umpire, official, supporter or sponsor?
Wouldn’t it be great if everyone could share in the spirit and friendship of being part of a team or club? Many LGBTIQ people are missing out because they have experienced verbal abuse, bullying and homophobia.
Learn how to make your club, team or community group welcoming and inclusive at the Proud to Be Community Forum which features an education session by Proud2Play and guest speakers.
This is a FREE event and everyone is welcome, whether you’re part of a sporting club or not. Supper, tea & coffee provided.
We throw, catch, run, jump & get sweaty! Deal with it!
Latrobe valley women & girls will be the beneficiaries of a localized amplification of VicHealth’s amazing This Girl Can Victoria campaign. With support of the Victorian Government through the Latrobe Health Innovation Zone, GippSport has received funding to launch #GippyGirlsCan in partnership with Latrobe City Council and Latrobe Leisure Morwell on Saturday 21 April.
This Girl Can – Victoria
This Girl Can – Victoria celebrates women who are giving it a go and getting active no matter how well they do it, how they look or how sweaty they get.
Tall, short, curvy, petite; no matter your physique, This Girl Can – Victoria thinks if you’re out there getting active, you’re awesome
More than three in five Australian women aren’t active enough to enjoy the health benefits. This Girl Can – Victoria features everyday Victorian women of all shapes, sizes, backgrounds and abilities to show that you can get out there and get active too.
We want all women & girls to get out there and share their story getting active
gippygirlscan.com is a calendar of activities that women & girls can get involved in for low or no cost.
The campaign is not about skill, level, shape or size, its about getting out there and having a go. Join a global movement of women supporting women to get active with This Girl Can – Victoria and Gippy Girls Can.
The Latrobe Valley amplification is the only regional amplification of this campaign across the state.
Whilst initially Latrobe City focused, from July 1 2018 the Gippy Girls Can campaign will be across the whole Gippsland region in partnership with VicHealth.
We are proud to partner with Latrobe City Council & Latrobe Leisure as part of their All Access weekend, where access to the Leisure centre and all activities will be provided to the community free of charge.
It has been fantastic to see a range of sporting clubs take the opportunity to host Indigenous Rounds across Gippsland over the last few years, including Football, Netball, Basketball and even Pony Clubs.
Clubs involved have all reported many benefits and good news stories from their events.
With momentum growing around Indigenous Rounds, GippSport and Deadly Gippsland have developed an Information Kit and a small Grants program to assist clubs in 2018.
The Information and Resource Kit has been put together as a reflection of 2016 & 2017 events across Gippsland and includes contact details of clubs who held events last year. The kit steps clubs through the process of considering an event, planning activities, engaging local community members, what clubs can do and where to find funding.
I don’t know my certificate number. Where do I find it? Your certificate number is printed in the top right hand corner of your Victorian Responsible Service of Alcohol certificate.
I have lost my original RSA certificate, how do I get a reprint? If you require a reprint of your RSA certificate, you can submit an enquiry to Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (VCGLR). To submit an enquiry visit – https://www.vcglr.vic.gov.au/contact-us
There is a charge of $16.50 (including GST) for a replacement certificate.
I have lost my original RSA certificate, can I still do the RSA online refresher course? To login and complete the refresher you will need the certificate number from your original certificate. If you do not know your certificate number, you can call VCGLR on 1300 182 457 or visit find my RSA certificate number online – https://liquor.vcglr.vic.gov.au/rsa_refresher/FindCertificateNumber.aspx
A completed refresher certificate will be generated which you can use as evidence of completion of the RSA.