Resources

 

Welcome to our library of resources to help boost clubs’, codes’ or groups’ capability as part of the Auckland Approach to Community Sport.

The resources below have been developed (and continue to be developed) based on insights and good practice examples we have gathered from across Auckland.  The goal is to co-create a world-class sport system in Tāmaki Makaurau, community by community. They’re regularly updated and added to so we can all build collective knowledge and make a positive impact. 

The resources available on our website (aktive.org.nz) contain intellectual property owned by Aktive. These resources are made available for your personal use. However, if you would like to make copies of, distribute or adapt these resources in any way, we require you to give us, and where appropriate our partners, fair acknowledgment and credit for our work. If you do not adhere to these requirements, you risk infringing our intellectual property rights.

 

Māori Resources

 

Download booklet here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Download pocket guide here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cultural Competency Brochure

 

 

 Cultural Competency Videos

 

 

 

Marketing & Communications Toolkit + Social Media Toolkit

     

Looking to take your marketing and communications to the next level? We’ve created a general toolkit for marketing and communications and also social media for your code or club so you can tell your story better!

Read the Marketing & Communications Toolkit Here!

Read the Social Media Toolkit Here!

Sport & Recreation Advocacy Toolkit

If you’re looking for information, insights and ideas to help your code, club, community or lobby group have its say, check out this advocacy toolkit.

Read Here!

Coaching Toolkit

 

Seeking more information on finding and keeping coaches? We’ve created a generalised toolkit for any club or code so you can build a coaching team!

Read Here!

 

Finance & Insurance Toolkit

 

For more information on how to finance and insure your club or code, take a look at our toolkit!

Read Here!

 

Participation & Membership Toolkit

Looking for ways to increase participation and membership for your club or code? Check out this toolkit for more information!

Read Here!

 

Governance & Leadership Toolkit

 

Governance and leadership can be tricky to get a grasp on when incorporating into a club or code. Check out this toolkit for some guidance!

Read Here!

 

 

Policies & Procedures Toolkit

Check out how to apply business practices to your club or code with our Policies and Procedures Toolkit!

Read Here!

 

Risk & Compliance Toolkit

Looking to input risk and compliance in your club or code? Our Risk and Compliance Toolkit has what you need!

Read Here!

 

Facilities Toolkit

Check out how to apply facilities management skills to your club or code with our Facilities Toolkit!

Read Here!

 

Planning Toolkit

 

Looking to input planning and direction in your club or code? Our Planning Toolkit has what you need!

Read Here!

Community Engagement Toolkit

 

Want to encourage and embrace diversity in your club, code or organisation? This toolkit has your answers!

Read Here!

Volunteer Management Toolkit + Succession Planning Toolkit

   

Looking for ways to engage your people? We’ve created a generic toolkit for volunteer management and also succession planning for your code or club so you can facilitate positive connections within your community!

Read the Volunteer Management Toolkit Here!

Read the Succession Planning Toolkit Here!

 

 

Information is for guidance only and does not constitute formal professional advice. As such, no reliance should be placed on the information contained in the respective toolkits. Where specific issues arise in your organisation advice should be sought from the relevant expert(s) as necessary.

 

Looking for more information?

These toolkits are just the start of our Sector Development support package to help you. Find out more

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