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Peter-KSAS & Child Protection Process

From: Stephen GOULD <sggould@oic.org>
Date: Wed, 14 Mar 2007 18:22:31 +0000
To: "OIC Project Members"<a2ea3cl1@oic.org>, "Kids Safe-at-Sport Project Team"<zcksasl1@smeems.net>, "OLGR-Stephen HOWARD"<612docgl1@smeems.net>
CC: "For the Mayor & General Manager"<61cbcgl1@oic.org>, "eConsultants"<a2eacgl1@oic.org>, "AS4590 Interested Parties"<ecaacgl1@smeems.net>
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15:53 Wed 14 Mar 2007						REF: ZCACTAD11

TO:	Peter				cc	Stephen HOWARD NSW OLGR
	CENTRELINK				Local Councils

Hi Peter - further to our conversation yesterday here are further details
on the Scope of the Kids Safe-at-Sport project and how it can assist
stimulate the Local Information Economy if we can develop the Local
Skills to support this initiative

A	MULTIPLE WEB-PAGE SPONSORSHIP

As we are well aware when Companies develop a web-site they expect
the World to come to place orders.

Often they are very disappointed by the response and may blame the
web developer.

This has happened a number of times for OIC members which is
why those members developed SME eGallery Services in 2004 to 
promote their clients websites.

However that was not successful and the members' clients did not
join as it could not provide local exposure

This is one of the reasons that OIC members have develop the
Junior Sports Information System [JSIS] is to provide provide Local 
Businesses with a reason to sponsor local sports clubs as part of the
Local Information Economy 

There are 45 Identified Junior Sports

Now every State has Child Protection Legislation with which every 
Junior sports club has to comply.

This legislation is included as a link in every TIMS Tender
http://www.smeems.net/PS/AX/C/2B/CFhAAXCR.htm#c1

This legislation requires every Sports Club to have:

1	every Team Manager and Coach sign a Child Protection Document

2	a mechanism to let the parents know that the Team Manager/Coach
	has signed the form eg each Age Group Team Managers & Coaches
	
3	a Child Compliant process - a way for a parent to lodge a complaint
	with the Club, Local Peak Body and Australian Sports Commission

This is one of the reasons that OIC members have developed the
Kids Safe-at-Sport web site to provide that Child Protection Information 
and Child Complaint process for each Club site

The Kids Safe-at-Sport web site will also provide multiple web advertising 
opportunities for Local Businesses to fund the on-going upkeep of
the Local Sport team websites.

Each team will have 5 or 6 webpages with 4 sponsors per web-page
which will allow the parents to check the Child Protection Records and
Lodge a Complaint.

Here is the index page for one team with links to the another pages
http://www.smeems.net/fam/spt/fsb

The other web-pages include

a	Grounds
	http://www.smeems.net/fam/soc/pit/2PCKSMU7.htm

b	Games Played Record
	http://www.smeems.net/fam/soc/pit/2PCKSOU7.htm

c	Player Records
	http://www.smeems.net/fam/soc/pit/2PCKSPU7.htm

d	Best & Fairest Awards
	http://www.smeems.net/fam/soc/pit/2PCKSBU7.htm

e	Child Protection Records
	http://www.smeems.net/fam/soc/pit/Tms/2PCS8MW5.htm

In the prototype developed for a Northern Beaches Football Club there 
are 110 Football teams each able to support 4 sponsors per set of team 
web pages

This is the Volunteer Club Structure that was given to me in 2005 as
part of the Job Descriptions Joint Venture
http://www.smeems.net/fam/soc/pit/mgt/PRSLFCO2.jpg

Note there was a requirement for Web Co-ordinators for the Senior, 
Junior and Sub-Junior Divisions

These 92 Junior teams are

A	51 Subjunior (u6-u 9) teams 8-9 player per 408 players
	http://www.smeems.net/fam/soc/pit/Tms/2PCTSJL1.htm

B	Junior Female (u10 - u18) - 12 teams 180 players
	http://www.smeems.net/fam/soc/pit/Tms/2PCTJFL1.htm

C	Junior Male (u10 - u18) - 29 teams 453 players
	http://www.smeems.net/fam/soc/pit/Tms/2PCTJML1.htm

This is the base of the Information Economy Pyramid which is
structured as follows

D	Here is an example of the web-site promotion of a Local Business
	for local 110r Soccer Club Teams
	http://www.smeems.net/fam/spt/fsc/2pc/tms/

E	Here is an example of the web-site promotion of a Local Business
	for local Junior Soccer Club
	http://www.smeems.net/fam/spt/fsc/2pc/

F	Here is an example of the web-site promotion of a Local Business
	for local Junior Sport Local Peak Body
	http://www.smeems.net/fam/spt/fsc/2pc/

G	Here is an example of the web-site promotion of a Local Business
	for local Junior Sport State Body - Dep Recreation & Sport

H	Here is an example of the web-site promotion of Business
	for Junior Sport National Body
	http://www.smeems.net/fam/spt/fsc

I	Here is an example of the web-site promotion of a Local Business
	for Junior Sport
	http://www.smeems.net/fam/spt/

There may be well over 500 web-pages per Junior sports team for promoting
web business as part of the Information Economy

All of this information is derived using XML based on AS4590 as the 
core structure for the membership registration form

B	KIDS SAFE-AT-SPORT NETWORK KSAS

The Kids Safe-at-Sport network has a registered web site for each state
to co-ordinate the Child Protection issues

A	KSAS-Aus
B	KSAS-NSW
C	KSAS-Vic
D	KSAS-Qld
E	KSAS-SA
F	KSAS-WA
G	KSAS-Tas
H	KSAS-ACT
I	KSAS-NT
J	KSAS-NZ

At the moment we are developing Power-point presentations on the Child
Protection legislation for a series of Child Protection Seminars during 2007.

In addition we are speaking with you about supporting the development of 
local skills for local business to support their local sports teams
http://www.smeems.net/fam/spt/ksa
 
NEXT STEPS

Peter - that should provide you with an idea of the scope of this project
and it should provide a very worthwhile project for Centrelink to support
the development of local CIT Skills.

Please contact me if you require further information

Your comments are most welcome 

We look forward to working with Centrelink to develop uniform
AS4590 applications for the Child Protection process

Regards

Stephen GOULD
Project Co-ordinator
KIDS SAFE-AT-SPORT NETWORK
17:38	W	2007/03/14	Syd	2065

E:	sggould@smeems.net
M:	0416-009-468
W:	http://www.smeems.net/fam/spt/ksa/mrf/



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