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GippSport is always out and about supporting clubs in their daily operation. Whether its working in partnership with State Sporting Associations, Local Government or your local walking group you’ll find out about it here.
Did you know participating in programs like the Stretch and Flex Gymnastics program can make a difference to your fitness? Check out the video to see how its impacted some of our participants! The Stretch and Flex Adult Gymnastics program is running again in term 1 with the support of East Gippsland Gymnastics Club, and […]Read more.
GippSport will be hosting a Club Liquor Licensing Seminar for members of Community Sporting Clubs. Club seminar training can be undertaken by club committee members in place of new entrant training in order to meet training requirements for restricted club licences and renewable limited club licences. Topic covered include: – understanding the different types of […]Read more.
Daniel Poynton has been appointed as the new Executive Officer for GippSport, the peak community sport body for Gippsland. The position became vacant with Barry Switzer announcing his retirement late last year, after 14 highly successful years in the role. Daniel will commence as Executive Officer from Monday 12th February 2018. According to Chair, Julie […]Read more.
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 […]Read more.
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 […]Read more.