Vicsport’s task, which drives its direction and enthusiasm, is to encourage and assist more Victorians and Victorian communities to enjoy the enormous benefits that sport and active recreation can provide.
Who is VicSport?
Sport and active recreation is the single largest community sector in the state. For over 30 years Vicsport has represented the sector providing advice, assistance and support to its members and the broader sports community. The constituency includes 16,000 clubs and associations and an estimated 1.8 million participants, paid staff and volunteers who make a significant contribution to the social, physical, mental and economic well being of our communities.
Our essential purpose is to advance Victorian sport and active recreation, by building the capacity and capability of members and stakeholders to encourage and enable greater participation.
Our ultimate aim is to improve the experience of participants; the players, the coaches, the officials, the administrators and the volunteers. Vicsport provides benefits to members and stakeholders, who in turn provide benefits to participants.
Sessions are for religious organisations,cultural, sporting or recreation services, counselling or other support services , charities and not-for-profit organisations, entertainment and party services , photography services, gym or play facilities, organisations or business that run overnight camps, professional babysitting services, coaching or tuition services for children, swimming, dance, music and other schools, youth organisations, such as Scout or Guides groups, post-secondary education providers, publicly or commercially funded transport services, talent or beauty competitionsRead more
How you can get involved:Individuals - If you are working in community sport or active recreation, we want to hear from you! State Sporting Associations - Reach out to your local clubs and associations in each of the regions listedRead more
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Date: Tue Oct 18 2016Register