A SUMMARY OF EACH PROJECT
AUSTRALIAN YOUTH PROJECT INITIATIVES|
2006/07/01 NSW - Junior Youth Development
LEADERSHIP SKILLS AND RESPONSIBILITY PRACTICE - SPORT Scope This project was agreed by the Parents of Sub-junior (6-9) Football (Soccer) players to: 1 assist with the development of Leadership Skills and Responsibility Practice as well as Sporting Prowess of the Players 2 encourage the Players and their Families to use the Internet for more than computer games and school research 3 provide a way for Team Sponsors to keep people advised on new products/promotions This project has been extended to assist Sports Clubs and Sporting Associations to A meet the requirements set out for Junior Sports by the Australian Sports Commission [ASC] in the Play by the Rules Program including: a Duty of Care and Child Protection Records b Health Records of Juniors for home and away games c Dispute Resolution processes both within the Club and with external Clubs B assist with the development of Football Skills by weekly updates on team progress for coaching clinics for Teams and Coaches C reduce problems and disputes in issues such as Team gradings at the start of each season 2006/06/01 Qld - Environmental Protection Agency - Community Wastewater ManagementCOMMUNITY WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT 2.3 Scope The scope of the project includes wastewater treatment and reuse systems for communities of less than 1000 equivalent persons (EP). This figure (1000 EP) is arbitrary but essentially the project scope is intended to capture all systems serving smaller communities where connection to existing centralized systems, and onsite treatment and disposal, are not the best options. It does not preclude use of centralised wastewater treatment and reuse systems within the local community, if this is the most appropriate solution. The project scope does not include issues relating exclusively to onsite wastewater treatment and disposal or reuse of effluent on properties with less than 21 equivalent persons as this is covered by existing regulation under the Plumbing & Drainage Act 2002 and its subordinate legislation.