• Manningham Volunteer Resource Service

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    Are you looking for volunteer opportunities? MVRS Can help you!

  • Manningham Youth Employment Pathways Program

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  • Latest Sport Participation Trends

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    Latest Sport Participation Trends and the focus for COVID-19 recovery

    Vicsport have, in partnership with the Physical Activity and Sport Insights (PASI) research group (Victoria University and Federation University) and with support from VicHealth and Sport and Recreation Victoria collaborated to bring you this research-based webinar.

    Hear from PASI Directors, Professors Rochelle Eime and Hans Westerbeek as they share the trends in participation pre-COVID and during COVID-19, highlighting the concerning declines amongst certain population groups as well as the specific health and wellbeing changes that have occurred amongst sports participants how these differ across populations groups.

    They are then joined for a panel discussion with Lisa Hasker (Vicsport CEO), Karen Pearce OAM (Executive Manager, Growth and Inclusion at Football Victoria), Owen Hulett (Head of Participation at Cricket Victoria) and Tamatha Harding (Head of Tennis Delivery at Tennis Victoria).

  • Guidelines for Preventing Violence Against Women: Taking Action Through Community Sport

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    Guidelines to support the community sport sector to lead change in gender equality and the prevention of gender-based violence.
  • 2022 Club Development Program - Leisure Networks

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    Stream 1

    'Governance 101'

    'Your Clubs Framework (Legalities)'

    'Safeguarding our Grassroots Clubs (Child Safety)'

    'Tailored Governance Development'

    Stream 2

    'Financial Management 101'

    'Financial Sustainability'

    'Show Us the Money'

    Stream 3

    'Volunteer Management'

    'Being your Best'

    'Leadership on and off the field'

    'Setting Supportive Club Culture'

    Stream 4

    'Innovation Program'

    Stream 5

    'Strategic Planning for the New Normal'

    'Creating a team'

    'Action Planning Workshop'

  • Game Plan

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    Sport Australia’s Game Plan is a digital platform designed to provide sporting clubs of all sizes with insights into their current capability and connect them with specific tools and resources to build and support ongoing development.

    Game Plan has been developed to enable a club to improve the quality of skills of its people, the volunteers and management, to adapt quickly and maximise the resources a club has. When key committee workforce is churned or lost, the club will have access to a trusted record, allowing organisational continuity over time.

    Manningham City Council encourages it's local sport and recreation clubs to use Game Plan to complete a 'Health Check' on their club. Once you have completed the modules outlined in the Game Plan you'll be provided a number of state and sport specific resources to support you in achieving the goals you set to achieve. If you require further support clubs are encouraged to reach out to their State Sport Association & Council.

  • IMS casual user guide

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    Casual Users

    Accessing the IMS System

    • Access the IMS portal via https://apps.imscomply.com.au/manninghamrm/
    • Sign in using your email and password.
    • If you do not have an account simply select ‘Create Account’, enter in all your details, and select ‘Register’.
    • Check your email account for an email from ‘Manningham Council – Reserve Manager’ and click on the verification link.
    • The email will also provide you with a password so that you can Sign In.

    How to Submit a Casual Booking Application

    1) There are two types of casual booking applications:

    • Casual sportsground application – Manningham outdoor sportsgrounds
    • Casual athletics track application –Tom Kelly Athletics Track

    To view whether a sportsground or the athletics track is available, select ‘Check Availability’ from the home screen after you have signed in: This will open up the relevant bookings calendar on IMS. When using the calendar for sportsgrounds, select ‘Filter by asset’ to view availability for a particular sportsground.

    2) Fill out the contact details section of form.

    Note: Anything marked in light blue means that there is already am approved casual booking in place. Anything marked in green means that there is either an annual or a seasonal allocation in place. Anything marked ‘PB’ (provisional booking) means that another user has submitted a casual booking application requesting to use that particular sportsground. The available timeslots are the white boxes on the calendar. To make a casual booking application, select ‘Start Application’ for either sportsground or athletics track:

    3) Upload a copy of the current Public Liability Insurance (PLI) Certificate for the school/organisation/user group.

    4) If submitting a casual booking application for the athletics track please provide accurate details for attendee numbers, the activity, and number of schools that will be participating.

    5) If submitting a casual booking application for a sportsground, select which sportsground you are requesting from the drop down section.

    6) Select the date and time you are requesting to book.

    7) Add any additional requests by selecting ‘Add another booking’ and filling in the details.

    Note: You can specify if a recurring booking is required by ticking the recurring event tick box. This will allow you to specify the repeat pattern and duration for a recurring booking request. An example of where this is used is for training purposes.

    8) When all booking details have been entered, read the Terms and Conditions before submitting your casual booking application.

    Note: You need to open the Terms and Condition document before you can mark the tick box:

    9) Select ‘Submit’ to complete your casual booking request: This will trigger an email to Manningham Council’s Recreation Team advising of the request and you will also receive an acknowledgement email.

    Note: If you select ‘Save & Exit’ the casual booking application will remain on your account as an incomplete application. You will need to select ‘Continue application’ from the home screen in order to complete and submit the application:

    If you require extra assistance, the IMS casual user guide (including images) can be found under 'Useful Documents' listed on the right hand side of the Resource Hub's home page.

  • Volunteers

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  • Sponsorship

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    The following websites provide information, tips and resources on sponsorship.

  • Incorporated Associations

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    Most community local sporting clubs are established as incorporated associations. In Victoria, incorporated associations are governed under the Associated Incorporations Reform Act 2012.

    Consumer Affairs Victoria (CAV) oversees the Associated Incorporations Reform Act 2012 and provides a highly informative website for clubs who have registered or considering registering as an incorporated association.

    The Associated Incorporations Reform Act 2012 provides registered clubs and associations with guidance and direction on the following topics:

    • Forming an incorporated association
    • Information to be included in incorporated association rules
    • Amalgamating two or more existing incorporated associations
    • Memberships
    • Responsibilities for running meetings
    • Appointment and responsibilities of office holders
    • Financial reporting requirements
    • Processes for winding up incorporated associations

    Your club should contact Consumer Affairs Victoria or seek advice specific to the needs of your club when considering its obligations under the Associations Incorporation Reform Act 2012.

    For more information visit the following websites

    Information on a sport clubs legal responsibilities