Club Connect Information
August 6, 2016
Novotel Ellerslie – Auckland
Athletics Clubs are finding themselves operating in an increasingly competitive and challenging environment. We need to adapt and move to keep up with the needs of today’s society. Partnerships, collaboration and the sharing of ideas, we believe, are the key to unlocking success in grass root sport. Athletics New Zealand is pleased to offer all clubs the opportunity to get together and to learn and share from each other! This year’s Athletics NZ Club Connect Conference aims to provide insight and direction for both winter and summer clubs, junior and senior. We have an interactive, exciting and insightful programme planned for you this year. It’s going to be the best conference yet!!
Come prepared to share, interact and be challenged. Athletics needs change and it all begins here. We encourage you to attend this once a year opportunity to link with other clubs from throughout NZ.
Check out the programme
Athletics New Zealand 129th Annual General Meeting
When: 8:45am, Sunday, 7 August 2016
Where: Quality Hotel Parnell, 20 Gladstone Road, Parnell, Auckland 1052
Please make sure that you register for the AGM using the same form as Club Connect.
Reminder: your club needs to be affiliated by June 8 2016 to be eligible to vote. If you would like to affiliate now please click here
Presentation handouts from the conference
Research and insights into clubs in New Zealand - Hamish McEwan (Sport New Zealand Insights Manager)
Creating a Safe Sport - Amie O'Brien and Lisa Russell (Athletics New Zealand)
Promoting your club - Paul Scoringe (Athletics New Zealand)
How to provide a positive youth experience - Vince Minjares (AUT PhD Student)
Athletics NZ Strategic Plan - Shayne Blake
Club Innovation Case Studies- ClubNet and TempoFit
Volunteer Management - Cory Hitchen (Sport Capability Advisor, Sport Auckland)
No Exceptions Training - Nick Heyworth (Halberg Disability Sport Foundation)
Club Toolbox - Amie O'Brien (Athletics NZ)
Physical Literacy approach from Sport NZ - Jo Collins (Sport New Zealand Young Peoples Lead)