How to apply
Before applying, please read these guidelines to make sure you understand all relevant requirements.
- Check Eligibility
Individuals or organisations will need to ensure they have met all eligibility criteria.
- Gain Supporting Organisation Endorsement
Receive endorsement from the CEO or delegate of the supporting organisation for uploading. This must include:
- the endorser’s name and job title
- the endorser’s organisation (e.g. NSO)
- identifies the individual as being the applicant for the grant
- expresses support for the specific course/project/activity being proposed
Note: Special consideration – termination letter due to COVID-19.
- Identify Course and/or Project
Gather course and/or project specifics including:
- course provider
- website link
- funding amount requested
- description and objectives
- number of participants
- key deliverables and milestones
- risk management
- nominated training providers involved.
- Submit Application
Applications for WLIS Leadership Workshops or Development Grants (individual or organisations are to be completed online on the Sport Australia website.
Individuals will also need to read and understand these guidelines, including the Terms and Conditions.
Only one application will be accepted per applicant per Grant Category. Any subsequent application submitted will be ineligible for assessment.
To complete the application form, applicants need to have the following information:
|Category 1: Leadership Workshops|
|Category 2: Individual Development Grants|
|Category 3: Organisation Development Grants|
If an applicant has all the information required, the online application process will take approximately 30 minutes to complete. If an application cannot be completed in one session, the applicant can save the application and return to complete at another time using the unique security code provided by the online system.
Applicants will receive an automated email receipt if the application is submitted successfully, which will include a copy of the submitted application. It is recommended that applicants keep a record of the email, as applicants no longer have access to the applications once they are submitted.
Applicants are responsible for ensuring that the information within the application is complete and accurate. Giving false or misleading information is a serious offence under the Criminal Code 1995 and may result in your application being excluded from further consideration.