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Member Protection Policy

VCTA policies are to be added progressively to this Governance page commencing with the "Member Protection Policy". This policy is a PDF file which can be viewed via the following link.

Click HERE to open the Policy PDF


Update of Club Office Bearers

The annual update of Office bearers has previously been done by filling out a hard copy form sent to each club by the State Secretary. This form can now be completed "on line" by clicking on the link below.

After completing the form (an interactive PDF file) save it to your computer then email the form to the State Secretary or it can be printed and mailed. All fields are mandatory except the email Address field.

Users of Apple products and users of the "Edge" Browser in Windows 10 will not be able to fill out the form as these programs will not show interactive fields. In this case, print the form, enter the required data and mail it to the State Secretary.

Click HERE to open the form

Submission of Club Programs

Shooting programs for 2018 should be submitted to the Secretary as early as possible to enable updating of the "Calendar & Programs" page. A PDF form has been created to enable the submission of the required programs.

The PDF should be downloaded, printed, filled out and mailed to:

The Secretary,
Victorian Clay Target Association Inc.,
P.O. Box 269,
Carnegie, Vic.,  3163
Australia

Click HERE to open the form


Working with Children?

Click here to check your responsibilities and obligations under the working with children (WWC) check.

Please note that this is a large PDF file and may take some time to open.


The Working with Children (WCC) Check Unit is introducing an online process to renew a Working with Children Check (www.workingwithchildren@justice.vic.gov.au).

Card holders renewing a WWC Check will no longer need to go to Australia Post to lodge a paper renewal form and present their current card.  From early april 2014 , they will complete their renewal application online and if applying for an Employee Check, pay the required fee online using a credit card.

Using the online renewal process, cardholders will be notified by SMS, letter or email 28 days before their WWC Check is due to expire.  Please keep your contact details up to date so that you receive this important reminder.


"Play by the Rules" is supported by the Australian Sports Commission and is supported and funded by federal, state and territory government agencies.

"Play by the Rules" provides free information, resources, online training, promotions and campaigns aimed at ensuring everyone involved in sport can do so in a enjoyable, safe environment, free from discrimination, harassment or bullying.

To access this information go to the website: www.playbytherules.net.au

The following information can be found on this website:

  • Got an Issue - If you have a specific issue - how to deal with it.
  • Managing Risk - information on your responsibilities in managing risks.
  • About Complaints - What you can do if you want to complain and dealing with complaints.
  • Legal Information - Discrimination and child protection laws and your rights and responsibilities.
  • Free online training
  • Promotions and Campaigns - works with schools, clubs, associations and councils to get messages out about positive behaviour in sport through community service announcements, flyers, posters etc.
  • Information modules - Information for coaches, administrators, officials, athletes, parents and spectators on their rights and responsibilities under discrimination and child protection laws.

Further reference material can be found on www.clubhelp.org.au.



ASSOCIATIONS INCORPORATIONS ACT 1981

RULES OF
VICTORIAN CLAY TARGET
ASSOCIATION INCORPORATED

and

STATEMENT OF PURPOSES



CLICK HERE TO VIEW RULES

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INFORMATION ABOUT MEMBERS'
INSURANCE COVER

Public and products liability and personal accident.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW CERTIFICATE OF CURRENCY

CLICK HERE FOR INCIDENT
REPORT FORM

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The Firearm Safety Foundation (Victoria) Inc. was incorporated in 2008. The establishment of the Foundation followed several years of lobbying by a number of the state's major shooting organisations who believed that an independent body was required to provide advice to the Government on firearms safety training matters and to work with the Government to address a number of areas where training was required or existing training was felt to be deficient.

The Foundation is funded by both the Victorian and Federal Governments under funding deeds which outline the Foundation's obligations. In each case the obligations outlined were developed in consultation with representatives of shooting organisations and the firearms trade. The Foundation's obligations under the deed include:

  • Stock-take existing general and specific Firearm related training in Victoria;
  • Identification and documentation of key risk areas in firearm safety across Victoria;
  • Development of safety awareness training and provision of education materials to appropriate groups in the Victorian community;
  • Development of safety awareness content for school age children in Victoria

For more information go to www.firearmsafety.org.au

 


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