This course is designed for the participants to be the eyes, ears and heart of well-being and mental health in the club. The CWT is made up of three to six people who are well known, trusted, wise and approachable. They are caring and perceptive. They are happy to approach people and have a conversation to see how people are coping.
This session tackles the issues of gender equality, racial equality, sexual equality (LGBQTI+), respect, and inclusion. It does not point the finger at men as being the problem, but positively motivates men to be part of the solution in creating equality and inclusion, firstly in our sporting clubs and secondly in the wider community. We explore ways to empower sporting communities to be examples when it comes to respect, fairness, and equality.
This session is designed to give participants an understanding of anxiety and depression and provides them with positive mental health habits for life. It educates participants about the importance of having ‘real conversations’ and aims to reduce the stigma that remains around mental health issues. Participants are encouraged to ask good questions of their friends and to be open and honest about how they are coping and gain a better understanding of support structures available.
Traditionally many sporting clubs have relied on alcohol sales to generate club revenue and have sometimes promoted heavy drinking. We also know that heavy alcohol use often leads to illicit drug use. This module explores the dangers of heavy alcohol use and drug abuse. It asks, ‘What kind of club do you want to be?’ ‘What kind of influence do you want to have on the kids coming up?’ ‘What reputation do you want in the community?’ ‘Where do drugs and alcohol fit into all this?’ ‘How can we create an environment that supports anyone dealing with a drug or alcohol issue while keeping the club healthy and drug free?’
This is the condensed version of the 6 session webinar series. It outlines how we create a new ERA in our clubs through Education, Responsibility and Accountability. Clubs with Heart aim to be highly competitive, however, they also create a community of care, respect, courage, and resilience. This session focusses on creating a story for which your club is known, addressing the barriers that hold you back, building the knowledge, structures, leaders, and behaviours required.
Some sports have traditionally been male-dominated. Great clubs are recognising the importance of enabling women and girls to access these sports and be treated as equals. This course helps clubs understand why this is so important and handle the transition successfully. Topics covered include the rise and impact of women’s sports, the barriers, examples of ally behaviours around gender equality, and creating a club where all people feel welcomed and respected.
This session is designed to allow senior sporting club leaders to examine and determine what kind of club they want to create and how they, as leaders, can drive the change they want to see. Essentially, great clubs are values driven and leaders are aware of their own strengths, but more importantly, they are looking to identify and develop the strengths of other club members, so that ultimately change is driven by everyone.
Discount for 3 or more F2F sessions = $780 +GST