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  • FREE Poster

    Free posters for clubs to promote Fair Play

    Play By The Rules has released a series of ‘PLEASE REMEMBER’ free posters to help football clubs address any poor behaviour and preserve the spirit of the game.

    The posters will be print ready at 300 dpi poster size and will also have space at the bottom for clubs to be able to include their logo.

    If you would like posters for your club, CLICK HERE to access and download the free posters

    Football specific posters available:

    PLEASE REMEMBER – This is a Game, these are Children, so relax and let the kids play. This is NOT the A-League or the World Cup

    PLEASE REMEMBER – This is a Game, the Referees are human, the Coaches are volunteers. This is NOT the A-League

    PLEASE REMEMBER – These are children, This is NOT the A-League or the World Cup, This is a game, The Referees are human

    General Sport Posters available:

    PLEASE REMEMBER – There is no place for racial abuse at this club

    PLEASE REMEMBER – There is no place for homophobia at this club

    PLEASE REMEMBER – At this club we value diversity and harassment or discrimination are not tolerated

    PARENTS – Your Kids are Watching

    For more information on Play By The Rules click here for the official website

  • Kids in Sport

    Good Morning,

    We finally have some GREAT NEWS for Associations and clubs regarding the Working with Children Check. The OCG has just released a new simple WWC Guide for Clubs to help them administer the WWC.

    Find below information and links to new Working with Children Check (WWCC) resources from the Office of the Children’s Guardian (OCG). These may be of assistance with your WWCC roll out, and education of your member clubs and work well in conjunction with the Child-Safe Workshops or new E-learning module.

    There are also a number of Child Safe Sports workshops worth mentioning that start next week in Western NSW for sport associations and clubs in that region.

    NEW FACT SHEET  – “Administering the WWCC: a guide for sports clubs”

    Office of the Children’s Guardian (OCG) has produced a new WWCC fact sheet specifically to help sports clubs.


    OCG continues to run Child Safe Sport training. The 2 hour session is designed to help sports organisations and clubs to understand the changes to the WWCC and implement effective child safe strategies and practices.

    • Face-to-face session – there are a number planned around Orange, Condobolin, Dubbo and Mudgee in early June 2015.  View workshops
    • Webinar – 17 June 2015. View details


    OCG has launched a new E-Learning course on the WWCC


    OCG’s We Want Sport To Keep Kids Safe community campaign is a great message to share with affiliates, encouraging everyone to have a role in child safe sports.


    OCG continues to offer a wide range of general training opportunities and resources:


    Did you know that you can contact the OCG directly? You can request OCG run an info/training session specifically for your ASSOCIATION AND CLUBS. Go to the OCG website for a booking form (right column, under seminars)

    Michelle Hanley
    Risk Manager & State Member Protection Officer
    Football NSW Limited