Sport and recreation events throughout Western Australia.
The Australian Sports Commission Assessor Training Program is designed to assist assessors improve their skills in planning the assessment process, assessing competence, developing assessment tools and reviewing and validating assessment.
Morning training and development event
Thank the volunteers who make community sport and recreation possible by nominating them to attend the Department of Sport and Recreation's Volunteer Recognition Breakfast.
Do you understand and comply with the Working with Children (WWC) Act?
At this year’s event, each sport has the opportunity to submit their nominations for either ‘Coach of the Year’ and or ‘Official of the Year’.
The program covers the interpersonal skills required for mentors and the planning and processes of mentoring.
A Sport and Recreation Industry Award is the premier accolade for any organisation in the industry.
The Minister’s Award for Industry Excellence will be presented to the most outstanding finalist from the award categories – in short, ‘the best of the best’.
For more than 16 years, John Graham shaped the direction of sport and recreation in Western Australia as the leader of what is now recognised as the Department of Sport and Recreation
This award provides recognition for the most effective and sustainable management practices by a sport and/or recreation organisation.
Demonstrated commitment to encouraging participation in sport and recreation, e.g. community event, activity or program that encourages participation by people from low participation groups.
Demonstration of outstanding and/or innovative practices in the planning, design or management of infrastructure.
Recognition of sport and recreation organisations that display a commitment to their volunteers and outstanding volunteer management practices.
Recognition of a sport and recreation organisation that displays a commitment to the development of its workforce, taking into account contemporary challenges.
Recognition of an achievement/participation initiative implemented by an organisation in a regional location that has increased participation, capability or opportunity.
Demonstration that an organisation that has managed and delivered a sport or recreation event that has provided benefit to the local and wider community.
Recognition of a sport or recreation organisation that has utilised or implemented technology to enable it to better meet its objectives.
Conditions of entry for the 2014 Sport and Recreation Awards.