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Club Resource Centre

Welcome to the CAMS Club Resource Centre


Here you will find a number of resources and tools aimed at assisting you in your role as an Event Organiser & CAMS Affiliated Car Club.

This page will continue to be updated as new resources become available.

Do you have any suggestions for what should appear on this webpage?  If so, please send your ideas to [email protected].

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CAMS CLUB RESOURCE GUIDE 


The CAMS Club Resource Guide is the ultimate resource for information on running a CAMS Affiliated Car Club.

Chapter 1:  Creating a Car Club Open
Chapter 2:  Car Club Committees Open
Chapter 3:  Conducting Meetings Open
Chapter 4:  Financial Management Open
Chapter 5:  Club Membership  Open
Chapter 6:  Risk & Insurance  Open
Chapter 7:  Communications Open
Chapter 8:  Fundraising Open
Chapter 9:  Volunteer Officials Open
Chapter 10:  Legal  Open
Chapter 11:  Member Protection, Health & Integrity Open
Chapter 12a:  Organising a Motorkhana Open
Chapter 12b:  Organising a Khanacross Open
Chapter 12c:  Organising an Observed Section Trial  Open
Chapter 12c:  Supp Regs Standard - Observed Section Trial Open
Chapter 12d:  Organising an Autocross Open
Chapter 12e:  Organising a Straight Line Sprint (400m)  Open
Chapter 12f:  Organising a Hillclimb  Open

 

FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES

Do you know what funding opportunities exist for your club?

Take a look here to see what your club may be eligible to apply for.

 

CAMS POLICIES RELATING TO CLUB EVENTS & OPERATIONS

Club Come & Try Policy pdf Open
Motor Sport Passenger Ride Activity link Open

 

PLAY BY THE RULES 

The Play By The Rules website has a number of resources (video, audio & written) that can assist clubs in providing information & forming their own policies relating to:-

  • Member Protection
  • Behaviour
  • Social Media
  • Alcohol
  • Communication

Please note that not all the resources on the Play By The Rules website are specifically aimed at reducing risk specifically for clubs that stage programs & activities that cater to minors.  There is a benefit in viewing the website regardless of whether your club provides activities that cater to minors.

 

CHILD PROTECTION OBLIGATIONS 

Each jurisdiction within Australia has their own legislation pertaining to child protection.  Each club is legally obligated to comply with the relevant legislation within its jurisdiction.  For clubs that do offer services & programs to minors, your club would be best advised to stay on top of the legislation relating to child protection.  Should your club offer services to minors, please follow the link for your jurisdiction to see what legal obligations there are pertaining to organisations.  Should you require further information on this matter, you are advised to contact [email protected] or speak with the CAMS Integrity Officer (1300 883 959).

Australian Capital Territory Access Canberra
New South Wales Office of the Children's Guardian
Northern Territory Police, Fire & Emergency Services
Queensland Blue Card
South Australia Department for Communities and Social Inclusion
Tasmania Department of Justice
Victoria Working With Children Check
Western Australia Working With Children Check

 

NON-CAMS TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES FOR OFFICE BEARERS & VOLUNTEERS


CAMS are staging workshops nationally catering to subjects outside of the CAMS officiating modules.  To see what workshops CAMS for your state, please visit the CAMS Business Workshops webpage.  For workshops run by the government agency in your state, please use the links below:-

Australian Capital Territory Sport and Recreation Services
New South Wales Office of Sport
Northern Territory Department of Sport and Recreation
Queensland Department of National Parks, Sport and Racing
South Australia Sport SA
Tasmania Communities, Sport and Recreation
Victoria Sport and Recreation Victoria
Western Australia Department of Sport and Recreation

 

ESSENTIAL OFFICIALS MATRIX


Regardless of your event discipline or level, essential officials are required to ensure the effective management and safe execution of your event.

In an effort to assist clubs & event organisers to comply with CAMS minimum essential officials' requirements when submitting a Permit Application, CAMS have put together an Essential Officials Matrix which identifies the type of Essential Official along with the minimum licence level required to fulfil each role.

Download the relevant discipline matrix from below:-