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TFA Clubhouse

TFA Clubhouse

Welcome to the TFA Clubhouse, TFA's online support for affiliates, club administrators and volunteers. Here you can find information regarding Finance, Legal & Governance, Planning, Volunteers, and for TFA Affiliates the Secure Login section contains templates and documents that can be used in these areas.

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Affiliate Secure Login 

The secure log-in section contains specific tools and information for members of Touch Football Australia. To access this page you need to register your affiliate to access a login name and password. You can do this by clicking on the following link -

https://reg.sportingpulse.com/v5/regoform.cgi?aID=17526&formID=16255

Affiliate Management Resource Initiative

Please find enclosed documentation relating to the new Affiliate Management Resource Initiative (AMRI).

Play By The Rules

Please find enclosed the newly designed Play By The Rules posters and flyers.

New Online Courses to Create Safer Sporting Environments

The Australian Sports Commission in conjunction with Play By the Rules have developed two free courses that are available for all members. The complaint handling course is a four hour online course that provides a thorough step by step guide to resolving complaints.

This course, with the Play By The Rules resources - http://www.playbytherules.net.au are great sources of information to anyone who has responsibility for managing a complaint. Umpires, grounds people, presidents or administrators at any level in sport will gain some value from completing the seven interactive modules that can be accessed online. 

The Member Protection Information Officer (MPIO) Course, once a two day workshop, is now only four hours online with a three to four hour workshop available in every state. To learn more about the value of an MPIO to your club, state or national association and how to access the training to become an MPIO go to http://www.ausport.gov.au/supporting/integrity_in_sport.

Community Club Toolkit

Communities NSW - NSW Sport and Recreation Region, on behalf of 'Better Futures' has produced a comprehensive online Community Club Toolkit. The toolkit is designed for Clubs, community groups, youth centres or anyone trying to organise community events, sports activities or structured programs for informal groups and young people. There are a host of videos and resources under six main sections - Induction, Managing Activities, Managing Staff and Volunteers, Running an Organisation, Getting Young People Involved and Session Planning. A fabulous resource you can find at: http://www.youthservicestoolkit.com.au/YouthServices/index.html