Good Sports Program

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More people and players participating in clubs, increased memberships, a boost in sponsorship revenue, and a more welcome environment for children and families; these are just some of the benefits that come with changing your club's attitude towards alcohol. 

Good Sports is a FREE program of the Australian Drug Foundation, designed to increase knowledge & skills around alcohol management for community sporting clubs Australia-wide. The program is an important resource to help clubs minimise risk, and better understand liquor licencing requirements. City of Salisbury is a key Good Sports partner, working closely with the program to benefit local clubs.

You can find more information about Good Sports, as well as how to become a Good Sports club by visiting the Good Sports website - www.goodsports.com.au


RSA Training Subsidy

The City of Salisbury is providing a $20 subsidy towards the Responsible Service of Alcohol training for each attendee for local sporting clubs who are accredited with the Good Sports program and a member of the Salisbury Sport and Recreation Network. For further information on the subsidy please contact William McInerney on 8406 8278 or via email.  

Responsible Service of Alcohol Training

Responsible Service of Alcohol Training (RSA) & Liquor Licensing Laws (LLL) is an integral part of the Good Sports Program. RSA and LLL training assist community sporting clubs to operate within the law and promote the safe service and consumption of alcohol.

This training course (tailored for sporting clubs) provides information and strategies to assist volunteer bar staff and committee members in the service of alcohol, while helping to better understand South Australian regulations, such as the Liquor Licensing Act (1997). The course is recommended for anybody selling or supplying alcohol at their sporting club. Please note that RSA training will be mandatory for all bar servers at venues with a club licence from 18 January 2013

Good Sports accredited clubs receive this nationally recognised training at subsidised rates. City of Salisbury sporting clubs that are accredited with the Good Sports program will receive a further subsidy as noted in the section above.

For further information please visit the Good Sports website

New liquor licensing code of practice

RSA training will be mandatory for all bar servers at venues with a club licence from 18 January 2013. The new code will impact many clubs like your own, and all clubs (regardless of licence type) will need to conduct a risk assessment and create a written management plan to show how they mitigate those risks. To progress your clubs Good Sports accreditation and/or find out more about the code, please contact Mark Harris on 0427 831 515 or email mark.harris@adf.org.au.