Online Learning

Online Learning

It is always handy for club committees to have access to online learning resources, so that new volunteers and committee members can be easily and effectively trained in relevant areas.

We’ve listed some you might find useful below.

  • Sports Community
  • Sports Community offer many online training resources. Their training courses are regularly changing so we recommend that you check their website for the upcoming courses that might suit your Club. Sports Community also host webinars, which your Club might also be interested in.

    You can find the upcoming webinars on their website.

  • Play by the Rules
  • Play by the Rules offer several online training resources for sport and recreation organisations, including:

  • Technical Official Online Platform
  • Swimming Australia now have eight officiating modules online! If you are interested in becoming accredited in any of the below positions, follow the links and start learning!

    TO Pool Pathway v2

    Access General Principles of Officiating, Clerk of Course and Check Starter via this link.

    Access Timekeeper/Chief Timekeeper, Judge of Stroke, Inspector of Turns via this link.


    You can learn more about the path to becoming a Technical Official on our dedicated Training page.

  • Swim Central Training
  • Swim Central is our community's new bespoke operating system for clubs and swimmers.

    From membership details and event activity, to coach accreditation and managing funds, everything you need will be at your fingertips via the online portal.

    Find all the helpful resources on this page!

  • 7 Pillars of Inclusion
  • The 7 Pillars of Inclusion website will help you identify strengths and weaknesses around inclusion and diversity and help you along the path to creating a strong inclusive culture for you swimming programs.

    Access the full resources available online.

  • ClubIQ
  • Supporting your affiliates to run a grassroots sport or rec club is no walk in the park, especially with tight budgets and limited time. But guess what? We've got something that could totally change the game for your clubs – meet ClubIQ!


    Game Plan  is a free online platform that allows sporting clubs of all sizes to get insights into their current capability in key areas of club administration, then supports ongoing club development with a suite of tools.  Clubs assess and evaluate their own environment, identifying their unique strengths and potential areas for improvement.


    The Department of Tourism and Sport is excited to offer ClubIQ - a free suite of resources and tools designed to elevate Queensland clubs!


    ClubIQ is like a superhero toolkit for clubs, packed with awesome resources and videos covering everything from managing volunteers to nailing finance, administration and governance, and planning like a pro. Say goodbye to the guesswork and hello to expert advice that'll take clubs to new heights!


    Keen to find out more? Visit the ClubIQ! website now to access a wealth of resources, get inspired, and make a difference in your active community. Together, let's activate Queensland and build a future where clubs thrive, volunteers excel, and communities flourish.

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