The 2018 Capital Football Club Development Day will take place on Sunday 25th February, at the Ann Harding Centre, University of Canberra.
The day will give club volunteers and members the chance to up-skill and develop their experience in particular fields thanks to experienced presenters and informative stalls.
Members of clubs will have the opportunity to engage and speak with presenters, and interact with stalls set up by a number of different providers and departments.
A full schedule of presenter and stalls will be distributed closer to the date as they confirm their presence for the day.
SCHEDULE UPDATE |
Due to circumstances with today’s Weather and the Facilities, some changes have been made to the schedule.
No presentations from Gow Gates (Insurance), Good Sports (Health Initiative Program) or David Simpson (Conflict Management);
The Member Protection seminar has been brought forward from 1:15 to 12:30.
Thank you for your understanding and those who have attended so far!
Confirmed Presenters |
Bruce Parry from Summerland Football will be at the Club Development Day to speak on ‘Club Money Matters’.
- Sound financial practises for your club.
- Earning sponsorship 💲💲💲
- Who is Summerland Football?
- Keeping control of club funds
– Claim Examples and Case Studies
– Risk Management for Football ‘Safe Football’
– Additional Insurance available to protect Football Clubs and Players
– Answer any questions relating to cover or claims
Allistair Twigg of Snedden Hall & Gallop‘s sports legal team will be present on Sunday to deliver a Seminar to Clubs about Member Protection. Allistar will speak to the responsibilities that Clubs have concerning Member Protection, and the requirements of Working With Vulnerable People (WWVP) cards.
David Simpson is a professional conflict coach, mediator & facilitator, who will present on conflict management.
David will speak about responding to conflict including the idea that early intention is a good intervention and will promote discussion around the skills of choosing to respond, not react.
The presentations will include information around best financial practises, best ways to attract sponsors, clarification on and introduction to new laws of the game, and many more presented by independent speakers.
Capital Football staff will also be around on the day to answer any questions you may have. Stalls will be available including Competitions, Kanga Cup, Canberra United Academy, Referees and other areas to help club representatives get the most out of their day.
The day will include the 2018 Capital Football FFA Cup Round 2/3 draw, setting up the first round of fixtures in the competition. Details on that draw will be available closer to the time.
2018 Capital Football Club Development Day
Sunday 25th February, 10am-3pm
Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra