This website has been designed and written for volunteers and staff who provide sport and active recreation programs for people with disabilities.

This website has been designed and written for volunteers and staff who provide sport and active recreation programs for people with disabilities. It was developed with the support of Sport and Recreation Victoria, a division of the Department of Transport, Planning and Local Infrastructure.

A project editorial committee comprised of the following organisations and members contributed to the development of this resource kit: Gosia Barcikowska (People Outdoors), Ann Nicholson(La Trobe University), Abigail Elliott (YMCA Victoria), Mandy Roche (City of Knox), Kellie Lindsay (People Outdoors), Russell Hoye (La Trobe University), Michael Walker (Department of Transport, Planning and Local Infrastructure), David Strickland (Department of Transport, Planning and Local Infrastructure) and Pam Kappelides (La Trobe University).

This website resource outlines what is considered good practice in volunteer management for sport and active recreation organisations at the time of development. The contents of this website are not intended to be prescriptive. Sport and active recreation organisations are dynamic in terms of size, structure, goals, programs and activities, and the environment in which they operate is under constant change. The information has been designed, therefore, so that individual organisations can use or adapt whichever aspects of good practice best suit the organisation at a particular point in time.

©2014, La Trobe University, Pam Kappelides