AFL Goldfields are thrilled with the success of the Club Seminar held at Creswick RACV Resort on Sunday.
The club education day saw more than 400 people through the doors over the course of the day, attending the 18 modules that were presented by AFL Goldfields staff and special guests.
AFL Victoria and the TAC announced an exciting new Community Partnership that is set to deliver $100,000 into grassroots football and netball clubs in year one of the partnership and commits to driving crucial road safety messaging to all corners of the state for the next 3-years.
The ‘Towards Zero Community Club Grants Program’ will headline this new partnership, driving significant investment directly into local football clubs right across the state, with all regions of Victoria to receive access to the program during targeted periods over the 3-year period.
The Grants program will give clubs who take steps to lead road safety in their communities the chance to receive $10,000 in funding from the TAC, and provide an important messaging platform for players, coaches, umpires and volunteers.
During the season AFL Goldfields will hold a TAC round where all captains will wear the number zero and netballers will wear towards zero socks.
Club Seminar day was a huge success and something AFL Goldfields are proud to host.
“To have over 800 attendees of the 22 individual training and education sessions and meetings held was a phenomenal result and one we can all be proud off,” Regional General Manager Rod Ward said.
“It was only the second year of AFL Goldfields running the Club Seminar and we had great support from commercial partners and clubs this year. We hope to continue the improvement of this day again next season.”