Sports SA Update - May 2018
South Australian Hall Of Fame nominations
The time is upon us for members and associations to send in their nominations for the 2018 South Australian Sports Hall of Fame.
This is an incredibly prestigious honour for individuals and teams, only bestowed upon our greatest SA champions. It’s absolutely the highlight of the Advertiser Channel 7 and Sport SA Awards Ceremony, which is scheduled to take place on Friday 16th November at Adelaide Oval.
The committee will be selecting up to a further six (6) inductees into the South Australian Sports Hall of Fame SASHOF in 2018, with the opportunity of elevating current inductees to Legend status. Chairing the committee is David Prince along with other members Bruce McAvaney, Wes Battams, Peter Dawe, Jenny Williams, Sandy Pisani and Pat Mickan. We will meet throughout the year to discuss previous nominations that may require further nomination and review the current nominations that have been directed to Sport SA for 2018.
I would ask that your organisation host an internal discussion and workshop 1- 4 worthy recipients from your sport (including teams) once established, send your nominations in to firstname.lastname@example.org All nominations close on Friday the 13th of July, unfortunately we are unable to accept any late submissions.
If there are any questions or queries about the nomination process, timelines or eligibility, please feel free to call or email. I will be very happy to answer any of the enquiries you have.
For the current list of our South Australian Hall of Famers click here: https://www.sportsa.org.au/index.php/sport-awards/hall-of-fame-and-legends
Recreation SA: 2018 Awards
Award nominations are now open for the 2018 Recreation SA awards which will be presented at the Parks and Recreation conference on Thursday June 7th, 2018
For further details on award criteria and for nomination forms, please follow the link below
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Secure your ticket to the 2018 Recreation SA & Parks and Leisure SA/NT state conference.
To be held on Thursday June 7th at the SA: Aquatic and Leisure Centre - 443, Morphett Road, Oaklands Park, 5046
Follow the link below to check out the conference program and secure your ticket today
Inclusion and Diversity in Sport Conference 2018
The Inclusion and Diversity in Sport Conference (IDS18) will be held at the iconic Adelaide Oval on the 21st and 22nd May 2018.
IDS18 is all about creating inclusive and welcoming environments in sport and recreation for all people. Sport and recreation is a vital part of the Australian community and can play a leading role in positive social outcomes.
Sport SA First Aid Courses
Contact Sport SA to arrange a First Aid course tailored for your sporting organisation/club. We can come to you, or can host the course at the Sport SA Industry Training Centre (West Beach).
First aid course prices with Sport SA are $110 but if you book for a group of 10 or more we can provide a discounted rate, contact us (email@example.com) for a quote.
On successful completion of the course participants achieve the HLTAID003 Provide first aid unit of competency.
National Volunteer Week Parade
Celebrate your volunteers by joining us for the annual National Volunteer Week Parade, 21 May 2018.
National Volunteer Week (NVW) is the annual celebration to acknowledge the generous contribution of our nation’s volunteers. #NVW2018
From 21–27 May 2018, thousands of events will be held across the country to say thank you to the 6 million Australians who volunteer their time.
Let’s make this the biggest parade yet! Registrations open now!
NATIONAL SPORTS CONVENTION
Local government traditionally plays a critical role in the delivery of community facilities. In particular, it plays an important part in the more recent growth and provision of active recreation and sport development programs, which are often in collaboration with community sport providers and clubs. This theme will be explored in detail at the upcoming National Sports Convention 2018.
The National Sports Convention will deliver numerous conferences which reflect this growing interest in how local government can work more closely with the sporting community. Speakers will share insights, global best practice and Australian case studies to enhance local government’s knowledge and understanding of the opportunities it can embrace to make a real difference to the health, wellbeing and development of its communities.
Please click here for more information about the convention.
For more information about Sport SA check out their website https://www.sportsa.org.au/