A range of Coaching and Club/Association Development resources can be accessed via the following links:


  Cricket Australia Coaching Resources
Cricket Australia's
staged accreditation for cricket coaches from Orientation through Levels One, Two and Three.
  Cricket Australia - Get "in2CRICKET"
This critical introductory programme has, since its inception as “VicHit” in 1993, been sponsored nationally by Nestlé through their high profile “Milo” brand, a successful arrangement that is set to continue under the new name of “in2CRICKET” from 2008/09.
  Cricket Victoria Club Development Kit
By registering to receive CV’s Club Development Kit, Clubs can gain access to many practical ideas and resources.
  Development - What Others Are Doing
Need a few fresh ideas? Browse what others are doing to better develop their Associations/Clubs. Visit to our dedicated webpage.
  Good Sports Accreditation Programme (GSAP) for Clubs
Register your Club online or phone 1300 883 817.
  Victorian Commision for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (VCGLR)
Find a Responsible Serving of Alcohol (RSA) course that suits your volunteers. Anyone subject to mandatory RSA requirements will then need to complete the approvedRSA Online Refresher Course within three years of completing their last RSA Programme.
  VicSport, The Peak Body for Sport in Victoria
VicSport provides a range of resources to help develop your Club or Association. Check out their quarterly newsletters "
Sports View" and fortnightly "E-news", an offering ofClub/Association Policies and Guides and helpful tips for becoming a more 'Welcoming & Inclusive Club'.
  Victorian Institute of Sport (VIS)
Through their 
Sports Education website the VIS allows you to keep abreast of the latest educational opportunities available for coaches, officials and sports administrators.
  Play by the Rules.
Play by the Rules provides information and online learning about how to prevent and deal with discrimination, harassment and child abuse for the sport and recreation industry.
Also, some helpful guides and booklets published by the ATO: