Netball Victoria is now using a new Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system to collect important contact, competition, facility and governance information from each affiliate. The new system will also be used to facilitate a more streamlined process for each affiliate to read, agree and accept the 2019 Affiliation & Membership Policy – which is essential to confirm affiliation with Netball Victoria for 2019. The CRM enables Netball Victoria to obtain more timely and relevant information from affiliates to better support the provision of services from Netball Victoria. Importantly it also ensures that Netball Victoria has the most up to date contact details for each affiliate, therefore improving the effectiveness and efficiency of Netball Victoria communications.
As such, each affiliate is responsible for ensuring all information in the CRM is always kept up to date. For example, key position holders and their contact details can be updated straight after AGMs. It provides each affiliate with the ability to store and maintain all relevant information on their organisation. For example, affiliate constitutions and by-laws will be required to be uploaded into the CRM.
For more information on how to use the new CRM click here for the quick reference guide.
This is a friendly reminder that last year the Victorian Government released the Fair Play Code – a code of conduct for sport and recreation in Victoria that outlines the standards of behavior expected for everyone involved in sport and recreation.
From a Netball Victoria perspective we encourage our associations, leagues, clubs and their administrators and members to be aware of the code of conduct and operate under the code.
There are some great resources located here to put on your club noticeboard, website or social media.
In order to support your club there area number of free online training sessions in a number of topics around respect and values, discrimination, governance etc.
Netball Victoria strongly encourage you to look at the Play By The Rules website which also contains a number of useful guidelines and templates.
Recently Netball Australia and Interact Sport implemented some changes to the privacy on MyNetball.
Part of these changes is that all participants registered for 2019 who are under 18 will have their names hidden in the public portal.
As an administer, you may need to see these names when you are doing matches played reports. Instructions on how to do this can be found here.
Due to the AMMNA Mens/Mixed Australian Championships being held Casey Stadium in mid April, it has been decided to now commence the Junior MLeague competition on Wednesday 1 May at Mullum Mullum Stadium, Donvale. Please note the date change.