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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.
GippSport is proud to have joined forces with some of Australia’s leading businesses, sporting bodies and NGO’s to support the “Racism. It Stops With Me” campaign. GippSport is committed to preventing racism and we encourage other organisations and sporting clubs to do the same and join the campaign. “Racism. It Stops with Me campaign invites […]Read more.
In conjunction with Regional Sports Assemblies, SMA-VIC is looking for expressions of interest from Senior Sports Trainers or Physiotherapists who are interesting in entering into the program to become trainers and assessors of our Level 1 Sports Trainer Course in our 4 pilot areas: • Mallee – Mallee Sports Assembly • Gippsland – GippSport • […]Read more.
THE VICTORIAN GOVERNMENT RESPONSE TO “BETRAYAL OF TRUST”: CHILD SAFE STANDARDS AND CAPACITY BUILDING There would not be a community sporting club in Australia which did not support the provision of a child safe environment for all members. In April 2012 the Victorian Government initiated a landmark inquiry into the handling of child abuse by […]Read more.
The Latrobe Cricket Club (LCC) is promoting and educating the clubs next generation of stars with the Sun Smart message by providing all junior players with a FREE club wide brim hat. Through the VicHealth Healthy Sporting Environments Program (HSE) UV module, the Latrobe Cricket Club identified that they had a responsibility to educate junior […]Read more.
VicHealth recently awarded more than $650,000 to 270 successful clubs in Round One of the 2014–15 Active Club Grants. These grants tackle two major barriers that prevent people from taking part in sport and active recreation – cost and injury. Many Gippsland clubs were successful, read on to see if your club was one of […]Read more.
“Every person has the right to play sport.” For the past 8 years since re-forming the region & committee of Special Olympics Gippsland this statement has driven the committed volunteers who have supported approximately 60 Gippsland athletes with intellectual disabilities. The reformed Gippsland region started with one basketball team, and due to steady growth, now […]Read more.