It may have snowed a metre in the nearby mountains just last week, but it’s time to make sure you’re ready to manage next summer’s hot conditions. Vicsport and Sport and Recreation Victoria have a whole package of resources to help your sports club or association mitigate the risks hot weather pose.
Registrations are now open for the Netball Victoria All Abilities Schools Carnival. Location: HP Barr Reserve, Wangaratta Date: Friday, 30 August 2019 Time: 10am-2pm Who: Year 7-12, female, male and mixed divisions Cost: $70 per school (multiple teams allowed at no extra cost) More information: email@example.com or (03) 9321 2254
Sport North East’s Project Coordinator, Rhiannon Froude was recently awarded a Women in Leadership Scholarship as part of the Victorian Government’s Change Our GameScholarship Program.
Rhiannon works closely with clubs, supporting them to make governance easier to understand and be welcoming and inclusive of underrepresented groups, including women and people with a disability.
“I am passionate about
assisting all the sports and recreation clubs that I work with locally to
successfully provide those important spaces for all members of our communities to
feel belonging and connection,” Rhiannon said.
what it takes to run a sporting club, having over eighteen years’ experience
volunteering on club and association committees. She has been the president of
the Churchill Reserve Committee of Management and Benalla Rovers Soccer Club,
secretary of Benalla and District Tennis Association, treasurer of Tatong
Tennis Club and a volunteer for the Benalla Scout Group.
supports Rhiannon to study a Diploma of Business (Governance) with the
Institute of Community Directors Australia. The course, which is specifically
for not-for-profit organisations, will develop and refine skills and knowledge
learnt from years of experience. “I am excited about the best practice in
managing organisational change, developing enterprise opportunities, leading
strategic planning and maintaining and protecting cultural values,” Rhiannon
said. “I will be able to network with like-minded people and, importantly, become a connector and support for
other women looking at sports governance and leadership opportunities within
north east Victoria.”
Thank you to the
Victorian Government for their support of women in leadership and Sport North