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Club Health Check

How healthy is your club?

The difference between a good club and a great club may be in the organisation’s management of decision making, capacity, and governance processes.

If this is on your agenda and you would like a simple way to evaluate these aspects then the Club Health Check can be completed online at no cost to your organisation.

Clubs of all sizes from a small group of parents to a large organisation dealing with multiple teams and other activities are catered for in the evaluation with resources designed for your clubs outcomes.

The tool helps to identify areas of club administration where it is performing well and where there are areas that can be improved to increase your capacity.

The Club Health Check provides a quick diagnosis for clubs with a series of questions that identify key priority areas and access to relevant resources.

Involving some or all of your board or management committee it takes around 30 minutes to complete and provides you with:

  • an evaluation report
  • an action plan focussing on capacity development
  • best practice guides for club administration
  • resources tailored for your club
  • information on how to get further club development assistance.

These resources will assist in planning and implementing your club’s upcoming programs and initiatives. And, ideally can be used to help plan the future activities that your club decides to implement when looking to improve its administration and communication.

It is recommended that the evaluation be completed every six to 12 months to track the impact of the changes you have made on the clubs capacity to deliver quality services for your members.

The Club Health Check is administered in partnership with the Australian Sports Commission and other State Government Departments of Sport and Recreation. See the Guidelines covering use of information generated by the Club Health Check (PDF, 79K)*.

Take the Club Health Check today and start planning for a healthier club.

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Last updated
7 December 2012