AWRA Leadership Program
Give your leadership skills an edge with our Leadership Program.
Leading a team of athletes or staff is an important and demanding responsibility.
With our Leadership Program, we can provide you with the theory and practical tools to use in the office or on the field.
The aim of our workshop program is to assist women further their leadership roles in sport and active recreation.
AWRA offers this program to organisations, such as local governments, national and state sporting organisations and women's agencies anywhere in Australia. In particular, there is a recognised need to take such programs to rural and regional areas of Australia.
AWRA is interested in working collaboratively with other organisations to reach out into less populated regions and/or to target some groups of women who may benefit from sports leadership training.
AWRA is able to supply the following:
A one day proven workshop program on leadership for women
Access to leadership fact sheets and five web based leadership and governance modules, including mentoring
An expert presenter with long standing experience in women's sport
All you need to supply are the following:
Participants - no more than 30
Date - venue and catering
Cost for the Leadership Workshop is negotiable, depending on location.
The program can be customised to suit the career stages and roles of participants.
For more details please contact:
Natasha Norton - Secretary
0416 372 519
"Hume City Council recently engaged Australian Womensport and Recreation Association to provide a Women In Sport Leaders Course as part of the VicHealth funded Active Craigieburn Project. 28 Women from all backgrounds and all ages participated in the One day Course covering Personal Leadership styles, mentoring, working with the media, communication strategies and conflict resolution. The course also provided a wonderful opportunity for sharing experiences and networking with women from different sporting backgrounds, coaches, administrators, players, state sporting associations and local government.
The feedback we received from participants was testament to the value they received form their participation in the course, I would encourage all LGA's to consider offering this one day course to the sporting women in their community."