Give yourself a head start in 2017

Give yourself a head start in 2017

with a Sports and Recreation Governance Scholarship

Posted on 01.02.2017

Are you the President of your local netball club? Treasurer of your chess club? A volunteer committee member of your grandkids’ soccer league? We’re writing to let you know about an opportunity to put your club in first position for the future.

With less than a month to submit an (easy to complete) application, we want to let you know about a scholarship round that’s designed to expand governance knowledge and skills within sporting organisations, benefiting our communities from the grassroots up.

About the Diploma of Business (Governance)


For too long, not-for-profit board members and their supporters have put up with a second-rate reputation and second-rate education. Not anymore. Delivered by the Institute of Community Directors Australia in alliance with Federation Training, the Diploma of Business (Governance) – BSB50715 – is the only accredited course for existing and prospective not-for-profit board and committee members, and the staff who work with them.

Further details about this course, including a course outline, upcoming course dates around Australia, a FAQ and student testimonials can be found at www.communitydirectors.com.au/diploma

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