In collaboration, Sport NSW, Australian College of Physical Education and NSW Office of Sport are pleased to announce the Timeout Talks - #unitedforsports webinar series.
With timeout currently called on sport, this webinar series aims to keep our sporting community connected and united so we can return as one.
Timeout Talks will offer a wide selection of webinar topics, discussing key points pertinent to organisations and clubs during the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as sessions that provide valuable personal and professional development opportunities in areas such as coaching, high performance pathways, inclusion in sport and much more.
Timeout Talks is a free resource for the industry and one that we hope will support individuals and organisations across all levels of Sport in NSW, from grassroots sport to professional sport. The series will be delivered weekly over the coming months, with regular announcements of upcoming webinar topics.
Visit Sport NSW for a calendar of upcoming webinars and to register.
- 30 April - Inside Leadership in Sport
- 5 May - Staying Connected Through Innovation - view slide deck
- 7 May - A conversation around Physical Literacy
- 12 May - Inside Media and Sport
- 14 May - A Conversation Around Mental Health
- 20 May - How will Disability work in the new Sport & Recreation world?
- 26 May - Padding towards Tokyo 2021
- 2 June - Return to train – effective coaching with the COVID-19 restrictions
- 4 June - Community Clubs in a COVID-19 world
- 11 June - COVID-19s Impact on Young Athletes
- 17 June - Active Ability sessions - a roadmap for social disability engagement
- 23 June - Unlocking the value of data post COVID-19
- 25 June - The power of sport to connect community
- 30 June - Sponsorship and Fundraising for Sport in a post COVID-19 world
- 8 July - How sporting values drive leadership
- 15 July - Activating Physical Literacy
COVID-19 Support Centre
COVID-19 has put unprecedented pressure on community sport. It will take time to rebuild, to reboot and re-energise community sport. Play by the Rules has developed a community sport library of resources that we hope lends a hand in the post COVID-19 world of community sport, including webinars and forums. For more information, visit Play by the Rules
The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly disrupted normal activities globally including traditional face to face learning and development.
There are numerous on-line resources which may support Sporting organisations to provide staff and stakeholders with learning and development opportunities to enable them to remain connected with sport, to develop new skills or pursue other interests.
Visit Learning and Development for more information on online courses and resources available.
The Sport Australia podcast team is here to help boost your sporting experiences. No matter what role you play, we talk participation, coaching, administration, officiating, volunteering and more. From grassroots to grand slams, our trusted experts share tips, tools and real life experiences so you can get results for you and your sport.
As with any resource, this does not replace obtaining legal advice on each sport specific requirement and it is recommended you do so. The information provided in this resource is for your information only. The authors and the Office of Sport accept no responsibility for the accuracy of the information or your reliance upon it.