Learn about your obligations as a committee, and how to deal with various issues that arise.

  • An MOU can be used when organisations wish to co-operate and/or share information with each other. This template from Not For Profit Law is very helpful should you wish to set an MOU up.
  • Play by the Rules can help you get up and running with some basic policies and guidelines your club should have. The template policies listed on this link are a minimum standard, which you can use as a starting point.
  • Leases are very important for not-for-profits. There are some important issues all groups should consider before signing a lease. This fact sheet from Not-for-profit Law includes tips for negotiating a lease and your rights and obligations under a lease.
  • A key role for a committee is providing a safe environment for its members. ClubHelp shows you how to identify, analyse and control risks in your club environment.
  • ClubHelp offers guidance on the considerations of managing a club amalgamation.
  • This guide from Sports Medicine Australia is a practical resource to assist clubs to create a straightforward, effective Medical Emergency Plan that will help in saving lives.
  • This fact sheet from St John Ambulance provides information about how a defibrillator works, training that is available and what maintenance is required.
  • Being an accredited Good Sports club is an excellent way to ensure your club complies with state liquor laws and provides responsible service of alcohol.
  • Information regarding Victorian liquor licensing laws and the process to hold an event involving alcohol.
  • There are a number of different liquor licences for clubs and this page helps you choose the most appropriate one for your situation.
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