Sport voucher scheme: remote
Remote activity providers
Each year in March the Department of Territory Families, Housing and Communities will give you a list of communities interested in running your activity.
Activities must be structured and involve one or all of the following:
You will need to give a quote to deliver these activities.
If your proposal is accepted, you will need to sign an agreement.
How to become a remote activity provider
Individuals, clubs and organisations can apply to become a remote activity provider for the scheme.
You will need to make sure:
- you have current public liability insurance
- you have working with children clearances for you and anyone else involved in delivering programs
- your staff are qualified and experienced to work in remote communities
- your activities and staff are culturally sensitive and appropriate
- for sport activities - be a peak sporting body.
How to apply
To apply to become a remote activity provider, follow these steps:
Step 1. Read the sport voucher scheme policy .
Step 2. Fill in and submit the online application.
Your application will be assessed and you will be advised of the outcome.
Last updated: 24 September 2020
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