AFFILIATE MANAGEMENT RESOURCE - AMRI
A local Touch Football competition, club, association or region is a ‘shop front’ to the local community - the first place that customers go to experiance Touch Football. If that experience is enjoyable, exciting and value for money, they will shop again and encourage their friends to do the same. If they don’t enjoy the experience, the sport has lost a customer!
The Affiliate Management Resource Initiative (AMRI) is an initiative created by Touch Football Australia (TFA). The program contains a wide range of resources to assist the affiliate to improve towards implementing ‘best practice’ administration. The program is about affiliate development and provides an easy to use framework that will help to make continuous improvement a culture not a chore.
The AMRI has been designed to assist local competitions, clubs and associations of all sizes and locations, evaluate and improve how they run their competitions. Templates and checklists help the affiliate to identify areas of strength and those requiring improvement.
Summary of Topics available include:
- Benchmarking & Analysis
- Touch Football Online (TFO)
- Online Registration & Payments
- Administration & Finance
- General Management
- Competition Risk Management
- Referee Management
- Disciplinary Regulations
- Affiliate Risk Assessments
Connecting Clubs and Volunteers
PLAY BY THE RULES
Play by the Rules is now a unique collaboration between the Australian Sports Commission, Australian Human Rights Commission, all state and territory departments of sport and recreation, all state and territory anti-discrimination and human rights agencies, the Office of the Children's Guardian (NSW), the Australian New Zealand Sports Law Association (ANZSLA) and the Anti-Discrimination Board of NSW. These partners promote Play by the Rules through their networks, along with their own child safety, anti-discrimination and inclusion programs.
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.
COMMUNITY CLUB TOOLKIT
Designed for sports clubs, community groups, youth centres or anyone trying to organise community events, sports activities or structured programs for informal groups and young people.
This toolkit is an easy to use, time friendly, free resource with lots of ‘how to’ hints and useful templates to save your club time when: running meetings; helping club volunteers and members; engaging youth in decision making; membership (succession) planning; and running the day to day jobs within a community committee.