Volunteers are the heartbeat of the netball community. In order to help associations and leagues and clubs with their volunteer programs, Netball Victoria has partnered with Sports Community providing expert advice and resources on how to make your organisation consistently and sustainably successful. 

Sports Community's Club Spot is an online training and resource hub and is a support system licensed by councils, peak bodies and government agencies which is provided to grassroots sporting organisations as a customised free resource designed specifically to help organisations grow, strengthen and succeed year on year. As well as the training and resources, associations and clubs will also be provided with ongoing monthly email support guiding through all the important tasks that need to be completed for your organisation during that specific time of the season. Easy to follow checklists are provided to ensure no job is missed and each task will be linked to the best resource available in the country.

As Netball Victoria affiliates you have free and unrestricted access to Sports Community.

Training and Resources - Currently there are over 23 training videos available to view, with additional training sessions and resources being added regularly throughout each year. These will include training videos, templates, letter examples, checklists, worksheets and more.

Information For Committees - Netball Victoria’s subscription to Club Spot gives our affiliates access to free resources that will support our associations, leagues and their administrators and volunteers to strengthen and grow year after year.

Don't forget to reach out to your own Association, League or Club for available volunteering opportunities.  
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Club Spot provides a range of resources to assist with fundraising:

Other Resources

Useful Links

Find resources for recruiting and manager volunteers on the Volunteering Victoria website.

Play by the Rules provides information, resources, tools and free online training to increase the capacity and capability of administrators, coaches, officials, players, parents and spectators to assist them in preventing and dealing with discrimination, harassment, child safety, inclusion and integrity issues in sport.

VicSport provides advice, assistance and support to its members and the broader sports community. Through their extensive network, VicSport’s constituency includes 16,000 clubs and associations, and over 3.25 million participants, paid staff and volunteers who make a significant contribution to the social, physical, mental and economic wellbeing of the Victorian community.

VicSport is committed to providing support and up-to-date resources to assist sporting organisations to meet the Standards, and identify if the culture and environment within their organisation is supportive and protective of children.

Sport & Recreation Victoria are dedicated to supporting Victoria’s sport and recreation sector and inspiring Victorians to get active. This site is particularly useful for grants and funding and has an excellent publications and resources section.

The Victorian Government’s new Fair Play Code – a code of conduct for sport and recreation in Victoria, outlines the standards of behaviour expected for everyone involved in sport and recreation. At the heart of the code are the five core values that will lead to fair play for all –  integrity – respect – responsibility – fairness – safety.

Good Sports gives local sporting clubs access to the tools, resources and support they need so they can get on with enjoying their sport.

Sport and volunteering are interlinked. In the community sport sector we know that volunteers ensure the activities of every sport of any size and at all levels go ahead, are well run, and are safe, accessible and inclusive. Volunteers come out in huge numbers in all weathers and at all hours to ensure sport activities take place. It is our volunteers who allow sport to form a critical part of the fabric of our communities.