E-training for sports administrators
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Do you want to upskill in key areas of managing or running sport?
Wouldn't it be great to be able to do this at your own convenience?
Now you can, with Sport Manawatu's quarterly E-Training newsletter!
Each newsletter focuses on a different topic and includes expert advice, useful downloads, and links for further information. The E-Training newsletter first started in 2011 and due to it's success we're continuing it on a regular basis. Sign up now to receive quarterly editions.
Sign up for our quarterly E-Training here.
A newsletter will be sent to your inbox that will discuss specific topics including:
- Event Management
- Health & Safety
- Diversifying Revenue Streams
WHO IS THIS FOR: Any sport organisations
To register CLICK HERE.
Missed out on the first e-training series?
Sport Manawatu has a copy of all seven newsletters available here.
Opening doors for people with a disablity - NET Workshop
For more information on workshops please contact Helen Johnson at Sport Manawatu.
A practical NET workshop assists sporting organisations to develop strategies to attract and retain people with a disability as members. Participants will gain an understanding of how people with disabilities can be disadvantaged in sport, the nature of inclusion and practical ways of introducing the model framework (TREE) for inclusion.
Does your organisation need help and up-skilling?
Sport Manawatu run training sessions for sports organisations throughout the year to help increase their capabilities in key operational areas.
Topics generally include:
- Funding and Sponsorship
- Inclusion Training (how to include people with a disability into your sport)
- Marketing and Promotion
Information will be updated on this site when training sessions are being run.
Interested in further club development?
- Check out our Club Assist programme.
If you would like more information on how Sport Manawatu can help you in an area of sport or active recreation please contact us.