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DanceSport Australia Statutes

 

PART 1 – GENERAL

1. Name
2. Definitions
3. Objects
4. Application of Law
5. Income and Property
6. Liability of Members and Contribution on Winding Up
7. Distribution of Property on Winding Up

PART 2 – MEMBERSHIP

8. Membership Categories
9. Patron
10. Eligibility for Membership
11. Register of Members
12. Members Rights and Obligations
13. Membership Fees
14. Cessation of Membership

PART 3 - MANAGEMENT

15. Branches
16. Branch Boards
17. Branch General Meetings
18. Branch Elections
19. National Council
20. Representative Candidates for National Council
21. Powers and Duties of the National Council
22. National Council - Meetings
23. President and Managing Committee
24. Commissions
25. Powers and Duties of Commissions

PART 4 – CONDUCT/DISCIPLINE/APPEALS

26. Regulation of Conduct of Members
27. Disciplinary Action Against a Member
28. Appeals Tribunal
29. Disputes Process & Undertakings

PART 5 - GENERAL

30. Notices/Voting/Proxies (Corporations Act Provisions)
31. Proceedings at General Meetings
32. Quorums
33. Alterations to Constitution and Purposes
34. Dissolution

 

REGULATIONS FOR COMPETITORS

REGISTRATION & LICENCING OF EVENTS

REGULATIONS FOR EVENT ORGANISERS

REGULATIONS FOR DSA ACCREDITED MEMBERS


 

SECTION 1. GENERAL
SECTION 2. BRANCH BOARD MEETINGS
SECTION 3. BRANCH GENERAL MEETINGS
SECTION 4. BRANCH MINUTES / FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
SECTION 5. REMOVAL OF A BRANCH OFFICER FROM OFFICE
SECTION 6. BRANCH NOMINESS FOR NATIONAL COUNCIL
SECTION 7. FUNDS
SECTION 8. RECORDS AND ACCOUNTS
SECTION 9. AUDIT
SECTION 10. CONSTITUTIONAL COMMISSIONS
SECTION 11. ADDITIONAL COMMISSIONS
SECTION 12. ATHLETES COMMISSION
SECTION 13. ENFORCEABLE UNDERTAKINGS
SECTION 14. APPEALS TRIBUNAL

 

1. PRINCIPLE 1: CLEAR DELINEATION OF GOVERNANCE ROLES
2. PRINCIPLE 2: CONDUCT OF MEETINGS AND BUSINESS
3. PRINCIPLE 3: EFFECTIVE GOVERNANCE CONTROLS
4. PRINCIPLE 4: GOVERNANCE IMPROVEMENT
5. PRINCIPLE 5: MEMBER RESPONSIVENESS

Attachments
· Attachment 1 .........The National Council Code of Conduct
· Attachment 2 ..........National Council –role, duties and responsibilities
· Attachment 3.......... President – role, duties and responsibilities
· Attachment 4......... Chief Executive Officer – role, duties and responsibilities
· Attachment 5......... Chief Financial Officer – role, duties & responsibilities


DanceSport Australia
Member Protection Policy

 

PART A – MEMBER PROTECTION POLICY

1. DanceSport Australia’s Core Values
2. Purpose of Policy
3. Who this Policy Applies To
4. Code of Conduct
5. Organisational Responsibilities
6. Individual Responsibilities
7. Policy Position Statements
7.1 Child Protection Policy
7.2 Taking Images of Children
7.3 Anti-Discrimination & Harassment Policy
7.4 Sexual Relationships Policy
7.5 Pregnancy Policy
7.6 Gender Identity Policy
7.7 Alcohol Policy
7.8 Smoking Policy
7.9 Cyber Bullying/Safety
7.10 Social Networking Websites Policy
7.11 Concussion Policy
7.12 Other Relevant Policies
8. Complaints Procedures
8.1 Complaints
8.2 Vexatious Complaints & Victimisation
8.3 Mediation
8.4 Tribunals
9. What is a Breach of this Policy
10. Disciplinary Measures
11. Dictionary

PART B – ATTACHMENTS: CODES OF BEHAVIOUR

B1. Coach Code of Conduct
B2. Adjudicators Code of Conduct
B3. Competitors Code of Conduct
B4. Parents and Spectators Code of Conduct
B5. Scrutineers Code of Conduct

PART C – SCREENING / WORKING WITH CHILDREN CHECK Background

C1. Screening Requirements
C2. Member Protection Declaration
C3. Working With Children Child Protection Requirements
. Queensland
. New South Wales
. Western Australia
. Victoria
. South Australia
. Northern Territory
. ACT
. Tasmania

PART D – ATTACHMENTS: COMPLAINT HANDLING PROCEDURES

D1. Complaint Procedures
D2. Mediation
D3. Investigation Process
D4. Investigation Procedure – Child Abuse
D5 Hearings & Appeals Tribunal Procedure
D6 Disciplinary Measures


DanceSport Australia Other Policies

 

Juveniles Grades C, B and A - Details can be found on pages 3 to 6.

Junior Grades C, B and A - Details can be found on page 7.

Youth, Adult, Masters Grades C, B and A, and Professional - Details can be found on pages 8 and 9

Recreational Division Competitor ALL Age Groups - Details can be found on page 10.

 

JUVENILE – ALL LEVELS

JUNIOR, YOUTH, ADULT & MASTERS I, II and III – RECREATIONAL

 

STANDARDISED GENERAL COMPETITION TECHNIQUE FOR THE NEW VOGUE CHAMPIONSHIP DANCES

 

Reinstatement Professional to Amateur
Guidelines for State Boards for consideration of Applications for Reinstatement form Professional Division to the Amateur Division.

 


DanceSport Australia Anti-Doping Policy

 

In this Anti-Doping Policy, references to Sporting administration body should be read as references to DanceSport Australia. DanceSport Australia’s international federations are the World DanceSport Federation and World DanceSport Council.

 

The International Standard for Therapeutic Use Exemptions (ISTUE) was created with the understanding that, due to illness or medical condition, an Athlete may require the Use of medications or treatments on the World Anti-Doping Agency’s (WADA’s) Prohibited List.

 

The International Standard for Therapeutic Use Exemptions (ISTUE) was created with the understanding that, due to illness or medical condition, an Athlete may require the Use of medications or treatments on the World Anti-Doping Agency’s (WADA’s) Prohibited List.

 

WDSF Anti-Doping Code
Fundamental Principles, Interdiction and Rule Violations.