Doing Sport Differently Webinar Resources

Following each of the webinars in our series on Using the Doing Sport Differently Principles to Restore Confidence in Grassroots Sport, run in partnership with the Centre for Sport and Social Impact (CSSI) and VicHealth, resources and downloadable videos are available on this page.

All three webinars feature recorded presentations from experts in the field that can be utilised by clubs, SSAs, RSAs and LGAs for their own localised webinars with smaller groups of clubs to unpack local challenges and opportunities.

WEBINAR 1- Restoring Confidence: Engaging People Back Into Clubs

The video featured in the first webinar and including CSSI Research Fellows Kiera Staley and Lauren Thorn can be downloaded via Dropbox here and is also available via the Vicsport YouTube channel.

WEBINAR 2- Restoring Confidence: The Club Experience

The video featured in the second webinar and including Dr. Erica Randle, Dr. Emma Seal and Dr. Paul O'Halloran from the Centre for Sport and Social Impact can be downloaded via Dropbox here and is also available via the Vicsport YouTube channel.

WEBINAR 3- Restoring Confidence: Sport Activities

The video featured in the third webinar and including Dr. Erica Randle, Dr. Emma Seal and Dr. Paul O'Halloran from the Centre for Sport and Social Impact can be downloaded via Dropbox here and is also available via the Vicsport YouTube channel.

Further Resources

Using the Doing Sport Differently principles, Leisure Networks created ‘Power to Pedal’ and explain why a couple of the DSD processes were critical to the program’s success in the video below. You can watch Part 2 here and Part 3 here thanks to VicHealth.


Co-design is a participatory tool for problem-solving that brings those with technical expertise and lived experience together, on equal ground, to design solutions. VicHealth has provided this helpful resource, "How to co-design with young Victorians".

The WACOSS Co-Design Toolkit has been developed using a Capacity Building Grant from the Western Australian Department of Finance and provides further case studies and examples of co-design.

Get started with Design Thinking via Stanford University. The set of resources on this page offer experiences and lessons you can run with primary and high school students, providing educators who are interested in teaching design thinking a first taste of challenges they might run.

Download the Field Guide for Human Centred design for a range of templates and processes to help you to co-design via IDEO.org.


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