Sharpening our focus to help strengthen the sport sector – Sport Australia

Information and resources for Athletes
AIS Be Heard
Support service for former AIS athletes and staff and across the National Institute Network.
ASC Restorative Program
Supporting former AIS scholarship athletes who experienced harm from inappropriate practices or abuse.
Local Sporting Champions Grant
Grants for 12-18 year olds towards costs associated with participating in an eligible competition.
Information and resources for Individuals and Families
Inclusive Sport
Creating positive, inclusive experiences for everyone who wants to participate.
Grants and Funding
Opportunities for individuals and sporting organisations to receive funding through Sport Australia.
Physical Literacy
Understand the physical, psychological, cognitive and social capabilities that help us live active, healthy and fulfilling lifestyles.
Information and resources for Schools and Teachers
AIS School Group visits
Enjoy a fun and active visit to the AIS, Australia’s elite sporting precinct.
Sporting Schools
Helping schools to increase children’s participation in sport, and to connect them with community sporting opportunities.
Youth Participation
Addressing the decline in sport participation in secondary schools.
Information and resources for Sports Organisations
Participation Design Toolkit
Supporting sport organisations to deliver insight-driven and participant-centred plans, products and experiences.
Sport Governance Principles
Creating positive, inclusive experiences for everyone who wants to participate.
Ausplay survey
A continuous national population tracking survey that measures the physical activity rates of Australian adults and children.
Information and resources for Coaches and Officials
The Community Coaching – Essential Skills Course
Helping coaches create fun, safe and inclusive environments for participants.
Online Officiating Course
Developed to assist officials learn the basic skills to officiate effectively.
Clearinghouse for Sport
Provides high quality information, research and analysis about sport, human performance and physical activity.
Information and resources for Scientific and Medical Community
Concussion in Sport
Evidence based information for athletes, parents, teachers, coaches and medical practitioners.
AIS position statement and best practice guidelines
Evidence-informed position statements on frontiers of sports science and sports medicine.
Clearinghouse for Sport
Provides high quality information, research and analysis about sport, human performance and physical activity.
25 August 2022
Today, the Australian Sports Commission (ASC) 2022-2026 Corporate Plan has been released, outlining our strategic pillars and objectives for the next four years.
Each year the ASC produces a rolling four-year Corporate Plan that details the key activities, targets and measures upon which we are held accountable.
The ASC is committed to increasing participation in organised sport and helping the sector achieve international sporting success.
ASC Chair Josephine Sukkar AM recognised this is a pivotal time for us to lead, support and grow Australian sport at all levels.
“On behalf of the Australian Government, we aim to ensure that every single person involved in sport, regardless of their role, has the best possible experience,’’ said Sukkar.
“The decade ahead holds incredible opportunity. We are now embarking on a green and gold runway of major events towards the Brisbane 2032 Games and it is our chance to showcase the value and benefits of sport to all Australians.’’
The ASC has also ensured the work being undertaken at the grassroots level aligns with our priorities at the high performance level. A prime example of this is supporting the development of coaches.
“We’re committed to becoming world-leaders in high performance and community coaching and are building a long-term vision to increase the diversity of our Australian coaches, from the grassroots to the elite level,’’ said Sukkar.
“The launch of our new community coaching approach is an impactful example of how we’re helping to strengthen the sport workforce.
“While we continue to deliver on the objectives outlined in this Corporate Plan, we are also developing an ASC strategic vision focused on the next 10 years and beyond, capitalising on the build-up to the 2032 Brisbane Olympic and Paralympic Games.
“Separate to this we’ve begun building Australia’s High Performance 2032+ Sport Strategy in collaboration with the sport sector, focused on continuing to build sustainable success.
“Now we’re working towards an even more ambitious strategy with a 2032+ timeframe to ensure our legacy goes far beyond the 2032 home Games.
“The sporting strategies programs and facilities we deliver now will shape Australia’s long-term prosperity well beyond the sporting field. A thriving Australian sport system is enormously influential to a thriving Australia,’’ said Sukkar.
The ASC 2022 – 2026 Corporate Plan is available via the Media Centre, or download from the link below.

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