Weekly Webinar Training Courses

3 part webinar Courses

Accessible, affordable, and convenient learning.

Sports Community offers a diverse range of webinar topics that are relevant to each individual's role in a sports club. 

We cater to the needs of our community by delivering informative, practical and actionable solutions to your contemporary sporting needs. 

There's a suitable webinar for everyone at your club, see the schedule below!

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Webinar Schedule:

Tuesdays Webinar Title Wednesdays Webinar Title
15th of February
Athlete mental health and welfare -An emerging concern for grassroots sport
16th of February
Welcome to the committee- Club management fundamentals
8th of March
“Money Matters” Creating good financial management practices at your club
9th of March
“Get noticed” The secrets of social media and promoting your club
29th of March
Where Do I Start? - Induction for Coaching
30th of March
Meetings that matter- Making AGM’s and club meetings easy and effective
19th of April
“Show me the money!” Easy ways to create extra money for your club!
20th of April
A parent’s guide to navigating development of your talented sport child
10th of May
“Fail to plan … Plan to fail” The power of strategic planning
11th of May
Athlete mental health and welfare- an emerging concern for grassroots sport
31st of May
Healthy, Welcoming Clubs … Create safe environments and easily manage conflicts at your club
1st of June
More Than a Title - Coaching Leadership
21st of June
Coaching Emotional Intelligence
22nd of June
“Money Matters” Creating good financial management practices at your club
12th of July
Athlete mental health and welfare -an emerging concern for grassroots sport
13th of July
“Get Shovel Ready” Turn your facility dreams into reality
2nd August
Welcome to the committee- Club management fundamentals
3rd of August
Where Do I Start? - Induction for Coaching
23rd of August
The secrets of social media and promoting your club
24th of August
Sport and your child’s development
13th of September
Meetings that matter - Making AGM’s and club meetings easy and effective
14th of September
“Fail to plan … Plan to fail” The power of strategic planning
4th of October
More Than a Title - Coaching Leadership
5th of October
“Show me the money!” Successful strategies to create funds
25th of October
Managing Conflict and Creating Safe Environments
26th of October
Athlete mental health and welfare -an emerging concern for grassroots sport
15th of November
A parent’s guide to navigating development of your talented sport child
16th of November
Coaching Emotional Intelligence

Meet your Webinar Presenters

Your experts in sport.

Want discounts? Become a member today!

Members receive a 25% discount on all volunteer webinars.

Members also have access to our entire library of exclusive resources and training programs, designed to support and assist sporting clubs to:

  • Recruit and retain volunteers
  • Make volunteer roles enjoyable and rewarding
  • Save time running their clubs
  • Find available grants and how to prepare successful grant applications
  • Develop easy fundraising ideas and social events
  • Attract and retain valuable sponsors
  • Unleashing the power of effective social media and communications
  • Deliver quality experiences to all club members and local communities

Hear from our Webinar Attendees

"I have really enjoyed the Sports Community webinars and found them valuable and informative. It has captured some real challenges that are faced by the sporting community with some simple yet effective skills to pass onto our clubs."

Therrie Silvello

Penrith City Council

"The whole team at Sports Community has been great to work with. They are always positive and quick to reply. One-hour webinars every couple of weeks are perfect as they don’t take too much time out of your busy work schedule. Presenters of the webinars make potential complex issues quite simple and the recordings of the webinars are a great idea. They have been helpful a few times when I have gone back and reviewed some of the content."

John Davis

Cycling New South Wales