Resources for Clubs
TEERA promotes the good governance of member clubs and will add resources to this page which may help in that regard.
TEERA will actively encourage the formation of new Tasmanian equine endurance clubs, especially in regions not already covered.
If you are considering forming a new endurance riding club and seek advice - email email@example.com
There are many resources already available, so rather than reinvent the wheel, this page will include links to external resources which have been found to be of high quality or are there under relevant legislation.
In Tasmania, as is similar in all States, incorporated Associations must have Rules. These are to be registered with CBOS (Consumer, Building and Consumer Services). To make it easier to draft a set of Rules, there is template “Model Rules”, which can be adopted as they are or, more usually, adapted to the club’s needs. Rules can be changed, usually at a Special General Meeting, if the need arises. For example, technology may not have been considered for a particular purpose e.g. banking, when the Rules were first drafted. One of the changes made in the 2017 amendment to the Model Rules was to provide for electronic banking.
are included in this web site here. The Cradle Coast Endurance Riders Inc. is the most recently form club associated with TEERA and their Rules will probably be available on request.
MOUNTAIN BIKE AUSTRALIA -
have produced an excellent resource for mountain biking clubs. It is almost entirely suited to endurance riding clubs. The Club page is here. Included are:
Child Protection Toolkit (Institutes of Community Directors)
Inclusive Club Checklist (Govt W.A.)
REGIONAL SPORT VICTORIA - Club Health
QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT - Help and Support for Clubs
VOLUNTEERING AUSTRALIA - Recognising Volunteers
SAFE WORK AUSTRALIA - Guide for Volunteer Organisations
COMMUNITY CLUB TOOLKIT- Planning for the Future
COMMUNITY CLUB TOOLKIT - Succession Planning
INSTITUTE OF COMMUNITY DIRECTORS AUSTRALIA - Strategic Planning