Clubs and Associations are critical to the delivery of volleyball and beach volleyball in Australia. As such it is important that they are able to access support and resources to improve their ability to attract players, coaches, officials and administrators and implement improved organisational processes that reflect current best practice in Australian sport.
The Portal is designed to assist and support Clubs and Associaitons in the areas of capacity building, participation growth and club sustainability. Recognising the vital role that clubs play in growing the game, this portal has been developed as a whole of industry initiative to assist with resources and information on running a successful volleyball club. Our goal is to lead, partner and support the growth in participation, performance and profile of Volleyball in Australia.
Currently The Club Portal is undergoing a renewal process to get it back in action for the release of The Club Portal 2020, if you have any questions or would like to give some feedback on your experience using the current Club Portal please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Possibly the most comprehensive resource available to assist clubs and associations in Australia is the Australian Sports Commission's Club Development Network. The Club DEvelopment Network is a free web-based program that supports the development and management capacity of sporting clubs and associations. The network helps identify ways in which clubs and associations can be improved so they can provide the best possible service to their members.
Membership benefits include:
Membership to the Club Development Network is free and to access a membership for your club or association or to find out further how your club or association can benefit from this program:
State Offices of Sport & Recreation
Another avenue of support for clubs and associations is government organisations within your State or local area that are responsible for sport development. These organisations can not only provide information, with many provding opportunities for clubs and associations to access financial support for special projects. For further information visit the websites of the State organisations identified below: