To create community relationships.
To understand common inclusion challenges.
To trial and test our new training modules.
To measure the impact of our training.
Build momentum for change in the community.
The Sport4All pilot program will be available to sports clubs and school Australia wide who would like to be involved. Currently the Sport4All pilot will be run in regional and metro Victoria.
Over the past 12 months, we have been building a number of inclusive education tools that will change the game around inclusion in sport for people with disability. This pilot is our chance to test and refine these tools before we launch across Australia.
Being a part of this pilot means you will be a part of significant and real social change.
Places are now open for our pilot program and you can start your inclusion training at any point throughout the year.
For clubs or schools located outside of Victorian areas, the pilot program will be run exclusively online.
Sport4All has identified a number of local government areas in both metro and regional Victoria to help test and measure the impact of the program in the real world.
Complete our Inclusion Scoreboard questions for your school or club to find out your inclusion score. The scoreboard will let you know what areas of inclusion you will need to work on in our online learning.
Strengthen your inclusion skills by taking our online learning course. You can download or print the accompanying resources for each subject. They will help to remind you of what you have learnt and allow you to share it with your team.
Take what you have learnt back to your school or club and put it into practice. We are here to support you along the way!
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“Inclusive sport matters to me because there is no I in team and everyone is included. Inclusive sport looks like one big happy family all together. I love sport because it keeps me fit and active, and I feel part of a team”