** IMPORTANT NOTE **
We are delighted to announce that Sport Integrity Australia will be partnering with Play by the Rules to house their online training modules on the Sport Integrity Australia e-learning hub.
As of June 17th, the Sport Integrity Australia LMS (Learning Management System) will be co-branded with Play by the Rules and will integrate the following courses:
Hosting the Play by the Rules online training modules on the Sport Integrity Australia e-learning hub creates a single destination for all sporting codes and administration staff to access the appropriate educational materials and training on sport integrity, and will vastly improve the user experience in the process.
Bringing together the courses was a key recommendation from the Wood Review, which proposed a single identifiable education and outreach platform be established to develop and coordinate education, training and outreach courses.
The Play by the Rules online courses will be available on our website on 17th June 2021 and from that date the Play by the Rules website will redirect to the Sport Integrity Australia e-learning hub: elearning.sportintegrity.gov.au
To facilitate this change, the links to Play by the Rules courses will be down for maintenance from Thursday 10th June until Wednesday 16th June 2021.
The Play by the Rules - Child Protection course is a free, interactive online training course suitable for coaches, administrators, officials, players, parents and spectators. In this course you will learn:
The course is short, user-friendly and features the latest interactive technology, including case studies, practical scenarios and a quiz. The course may be done in part, or all at once.
Users who successfully finish the course and the assessment quizzes can print a certificate of completion.
To access the course click on the button below and register:
The Office of Sport has developed a Child Safe Sport workshop which helps to create awareness on how clubs can create safer environments for children and young people.
The workshop is designed for club committees, administrators and volunteers, the workshop will cover:
Bookings can be made through the Office of Sport website https://sport.nsw.gov.au/clubs/ryc/memberprotection/childsafe
The SA Office of Recreation and Sport runs specific Child Safe Officer face-to-face training. Upcoming courses are on their website
In SA, Child Safe Officers help promote the message that keeping children safe is everyone's responsibility. Every club must work towards minimising risk to children and the Child Safe Officer helps to ensure everyone is aware of the club's policies and procedures to support this goal.
The WA Working with Children Screening Unit host regular workshops for employers and organisations wanting more information about complying with their WWC Check responsibilities.
The ‘WWC Checks 101: Everything Organisations Need to Know’ workshop includes information about:
Visit, https://workingwithchildren.wa.gov.au/events to find a workshop near you.