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Section 1: Introduction to Succession Planning
Section 2: The Succession Planning Process
Section 3: Crucial Ingredients for Steps 1-5
Step 1. Stop and Think
Step 2. Identify Barriers to Participation for Young People
Step 3. Decide How Your Club will Involve Young People in Decision-Making
Step 4. Form Community Partnerships
Step 5. Recruit Young People
Step 6. Induct Young People in to your Club General Induction Information
Step 7. Effectively Communicate with Young People
Step 8. Invest in Young People
Step 9. Mentor your Young Volunteers
Step 10. Recognise Volunteers and Thank Them for Their Work
Step 1: Examine your club’s position
Step 2: Identify skills required to fill critical roles in your club
Step 3: Assess the skills gap in your club and identify potential successors
Step 4: Develop and prepare potential successors
Step 5: Evaluate your succession plan



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Induction


This section is designed for people in their first week of a new job or volunteer position in a sports club, youth centre or community organisation.

If you are a supervisor wanting to learn more about induction for new staff, go to the  Orientating and inducting new staff section.

Before you begin working with any young people, it is important that you have a basic understanding of some of your legal responsibilities.

The following three presentations are designed to give you a very basic level of understanding of three areas that are particularly important- Child Protection, Work Health and Safety (WHS) and Privacy and Confidentiality. Work through them one at a time, with a note pad beside you to take down anything you do not understand or that you have questions about. It is important that you ask questions of your supervisor regarding anything you aren't sure about, or that doesn't make sense to you.

Each section has three parts-
A slideshow document, which tells you the information;
At least one handout, with information to print about the show's topic; and
An 'induction check' sheet, which is a short set of questions about that topic. Your supervisor may want you to complete this sheet to show that you have completed the learning session.

Child Protection

Print this brochure from FaCs to learn more about Child Protection.

Help Sheet - Child Abuse Information Help Sheet - Child Abuse Information (298 KB)


Print this handout- it is a summary of the slideshow and it will help you answer the questions.

Induction Handout - Child Protection Induction Handout - Child Protection (142 KB)


This sheet will test whether you have understood the slideshow. Print it out and hand to your supervisor when you have finished. Remember to ask any questions if you are not sure about any of it.

Induction Check - Child Protection Induction Check - Child Protection (28 KB)

Privacy and Confidentiality

Double click on this to start the Privacy and Confidentiality slideshow.

Induction Slideshow - Privacy and Confidentiality Induction Slideshow - Privacy and Confidentiality (84 KB)


Print the handout indicated below - it is a summary of the Privacy and Confidentiality powerpoint and it will help you answer the questions below.

Induction Handout - Privacy and Confidentiality Induction Handout - Privacy and Confidentiality (107 KB)


This sheet will test whether you have understood the slideshow. Print it out and hand to your supervisor when you have finished. Remember to ask any questions if you are not sure about any of it.

Induction Check - Confidentiality Induction Check - Confidentiality (26 KB)

Work Health and Safety (WHS)

Double click on this to start the Work Health and Safety (WHS) slideshow.

Induction Slideshow - WHS Induction Slideshow - WHS (1058 KB)


Print this handout- it is a summary of the Work Health and Safety (WHS) slideshow and it will help you answer the questions.

Induction Handout - Work Health and Safety (WHS) Induction Handout - Work Health and Safety (WHS) (509 KB)


This sheet will test whether you have understood the slideshow. Print it out and hand to your supervisor when you have finished. Remember to ask any questions if you are not sure about any of it.

Induction Check - WHS Induction Check - WHS (28 KB)

Coaching

(This section is not needed by all participants/learners - check with your supervisor before completing this online course.)
The Beginning Coaching online course has been developed by the Australian Sports Commission to help coaches learn the basic skills of coaching, especially aimed at people coaching children.
http://www.ausport.gov.au/participating/coachofficial