Structure and functions
The NSW Institute of Sport’s Corporate & Communications team is responsible for centralised processing and referral of formal access applications. 

The NSW Institute of Sport’s Corporate & Communications team is responsible for centralised processing and referral of formal access applications. 

 

Organisational structure

  • High Performance (including coaches)
  • Performance Support
  • Corporate & Communications

 

Functions

General functions

  1. The Institute has the functions conferred or imposed on the Institute by or under the Institute of Sport Act 1995 or any other Act or law.
  2. The Institute has the following functions in order to further its objects:
    • to devise and implement programs for the development and recognition of persons who have the potential to excel in sport, including elite training squad programs and programs for coaches,
    • to provide sport science, sport medicine, sports management, career, education and program support services to persons in Institute programs,
    • to establish, manage, develop and maintain facilities, or access to facilities, for the purposes of the Institute,
    • to enter into commercial or co-operative ventures relating to research into sport, including sports medicine and sports technology,
    • to provide scholarships to individual New South Wales sportspeople who have the potential to excel in sport,
    • to raise money for the purposes of the Institute by appropriate means, having regard to the proper performance of the other functions of the Institute,
    • to enter into commercial arrangements for the training of sportspeople from another State or from a Territory or from any other country.

 

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