COVID-19 Info Hub
How to deliver great sessions for participants through creative coaching - webinar
We're going global and getting creative as we think about how to deliver great sessions for participants through creative coaching; and Russell Earnshaw from the UK’s Magic Academy is joining us in this webinar to help us just that. The webinar will cover learning environments; practice design; coaching craft – coaching individuals (making it individual), co-coaching; and gamification – principles to take games-based training to the next level.
Community Resilience Fund is Open
Sport Wellington is proud to be partnering with Sport NZ to administer the Sport NZ Community Resilience Fund in our region.
The fund is available to help regional and local organisations remain financially viable through the immediate period of disruption created by COVID-19. Clubs can apply for $1,000 for fixed costs incurred from 1 April-30 June 2020 and Regional recreation and sports organisations can apply for up to $40,000. Read the guidelines and FAQs and if in doubt email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
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22 May 2020
Adjusting Sport for Alert Level 2 and Beyond
Sport Wellington hosted Ruth Stanley, Head of Community Netball at Netball New Zealand, and Fran Scholey, CEO of Netball Central, for a webinar Friday...
15 May 2020
Delivering Sport and Recreation at Alert Level 2 - Webinar
Sport Wellington hosted Richard Gordon, from Gibson Sheat Lawyers, and Jenny Fitzmaurice, Head of Participation and Coaching at Tennis New Zealand for...
14 May 2020
Implementing Character Development - Coaching through COVID-19 Webinar 2
In the latest of our Coaching through COVID-19 webinar series, we explored how coaches can take action to implement character development in their coa...
12 May 2020
WCC announces city-wide contact tracing app - Rippl
Wellington City Council is making it easier for people and businesses to get back to work and play under Alert Levels 1 and 2 by using a secure, easy-...