Delivering Participation Outcomes - Upcoming VPN Event
Have you ever thought of taking the road less traveled and create programs to increase participation in your sport but haven't had the budget to do so?
Or how about you've always had great ideas on how to engage new sporting communities but said to yourself "I don't have the resources"?
If you have these fleeting thoughts momentarily throughout your workday, then we have a solution for you.
Some times it takes hearing things first-hand from others to believe they actually work, and when it comes to new approaches and tactics in sport, we're usually bound by fear and say things like "what if it doesn't work?".
Vicsport are hosting a VPN event titled "Delivering Participation Outcomes" on 17 April, 2018. Thsi event will be an opportunity for you to hear from three guest speakers who took risks to create sport programs that didn't 'break the bank' doing so either.
Sally Jones - CEO, Water Polo Victoria
Tavale Lialo - Project Officer, NRL Victoria
Fiona Young - CEO, Squash & Racquetball Victoria
So, if you feel you need to "see it to believe it", come along to "Delivering Participation Outcomes". This is a free for VPN members, $20 for non members.
For more information ans to register click here
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