|The ACG and Sport|
ACG offers a range of seminars to suit the particular needs of sporting bodies at all levels of competition.
The aim is to imbue ethical behavior, with the emphasis on managing diversity and operating within the International and Victorian Human Rights Charters and legislation in all aspects of decision making.
We at ACG strongly believe that ethical behavior in sport leads to greater success on and off the field.
According to individual organisation’s needs, the following range of topics is offered:
Sport Management – an ethical approach
Understanding the context in which sport management operates:
Sport management principles:
Ethical practices in:
All programs are interactive and will include discussions of real and relevant case studies.
Sport and policy development in contemporary society – an ethical approach
With the Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Legislation in Victoria making a number of principles legally binding, sporting clubs and organisations that understand their legal requirements and responsibilities gain significantly.
Children and youths in sport – an ethical approach
Based on the 1989 United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, the following issues will be raised:
Abuse and Subjugation
Empowering young athletes
Responsibilities of Adults
Review and reflection