The following resources have been developed in response to requests from Clubs for template documents that may be adapted for the season ahead having regard to the many uncertainties raised by the COVID-19 pandemic. Below are links to template:
Please be aware there is no one size fits all arrangement and it is strongly recommended Clubs seek legal/financial advice applicable to their specific circumstances and risk appetite before using these templates or entering into any contracting arrangements for the 2020/21 season. There are many additional considerations this season.
The Letter of Intent template might be adapted by your Club where the Committee prefers to await further clarity on the season ahead before entering into binding legal contracts. It is framed as a communication piece, rather than a contracting piece, expressed as non-binding on both parties. That is, it doesn’t secure a coach/player in any way.
The Coach/Player Agreements templates are intended to be adapted for independent contractor (not employment) arrangements, but this characterisation (and associated legislative obligations) can change depending on factors such as the amount payable and degree of structure and control imposed by the Club. The documents are marked up with numerous comments for consideration, including:
Each Club must consider its circumstances and the extent to which the Club wishes to engage in binding legal obligations extremely carefully. This commentary is general in nature and does not constitute legal advice. These templates should not be relied upon as a substitute for legal advice. It is recommended these templates are utilised as a point of reference for obtaining legal/financial advice before proceeding to contract coaches or players for season 2020/21.
PlayCricket Support is your guide to PlayHQ, Woolworths Cricket Blast, Officials HQ, E-Scoring and more
View the PlayCricket Support website for more information.
Vicsport's aim is to get as many people in Victoria engaging in sport and physical activity as possible. They are the peak body for sport and active recreation in the state and work closely with the Victorian Government to promote the many benefits sport has to offer.
View the Vicsport website for more information.
The Victorian Health Promotion Foundation (VicHealth) is a pioneer in health promotion – the process of enabling people to increase control over and improve their health. Their primary focus is promoting good health and preventing chronic disease.
View the VicHealth website for more information.
Gambling is fast becoming a normal part of sport. The Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation’s Love the Game Sporting Club Program aims to reduce the exposure of young people to sports betting promotion, and to create safe and healthy sporting club environments.
View the VRGF website for more information.
Play by the Rules provides information, resources, tools and free online training to increase the capacity and capability of administrators, coaches, officials, players, parents and spectators to assist them in preventing and dealing with discrimination, harassment, child safety, inclusion and integrity issues in sport.
View the Play By The Rules website for more information.
Good Sports works together with local sporting clubs to build a healthier sporting nation. This focuses on alcohol consumption, healthy diets and mental wellbeing.
View the Good Sports website for more information.
The Our Community group provides advice, connections, training and easy-to-use tech tools for people and organisations working to build stronger communities.
View the Our Community website for more information.
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