Rowing NSW Commission & Committee Structure

January 2015
 

Commissions

Audit & Risk Commission
Competition Commission
Kindred Associations
   

Committees

Maritime RNSW Steering Committee
State Event Management Committee


Audit & Risk Commission  

Charter Summary

The role of the Governance and Audit Committee is to assist RNSW & the Board to meet its oversight responsibilities in relation to RNSW’s financial reporting, internal control structure, risk management procedures and the internal & external audit function: 

  • Administration
  • Finance and Financial Reporting
  • Governance
  • Compliance with legal, statutory and fiduciary requirements

Chairperson

Vacant - Director

Committee Members

Vacant - Director
Kirsten Liljeqvist - Independent member
RNSW CEO

Meeting Schedule

Commission Meeting – April
Club Treasurers meeting – May



Competition Commission

Charter Summary

  1. Overview elite development programs - development of policy and strategy
  2. Competitive rowing pathways - youth
  3. Provide recommendations to facilitate elite development / youth rowing strategic objectives
  4. National Talent Identification (NTID) program
  5. Management of NSWIS and NRCE relations and structure
  6. State Team selection management and policies
  7. Development of Selectors Job Descriptions
  8. Annual review of the Selection Policy, Post Event State Team’s Performance Evaluation, and the Appeals Policy

Chairperson

Stephen Handley

Committee Members

Chris Noel
Sarah Cook
Terry O'Hanlon - Chairman of Selectors
Alan Bennett - RNSW Sports Development Manager
Lizzi Chapman - Rowing Manager NSWIS
Adam Vine-Hall

Meeting Schedule

 

Sub-Committee

  1. High Performance Committee
  2. Selectors (Interstate Regatta)
  3. Selectors (Masters)





Maritime RNSW Steering Committee  

Charter Summary

Currently NSW Maritime hosts a bi monthly forum for representatives to attend and discuss safety and waterways access issues:

  1. Dedicated passive recreation areas on Sydney Harbour.
  2. Expansion of recreational power boating on Sydney Harbour and Middle Harbour.
  3. Increased access to Waterfront development for increasing rowing facilities.
  4. Safety issues. Rower v other passive craft. Rower v power boats. Rower v Commercial craft. As waterways become increasingly crowded, develop and manage safety standards.

Committee Members

Murray Clarke - Maritime Delegate
RNSW CEO

Meeting Schedule

As determined by NSW Maritime - Approx 6 times per year

Sub-Committee

N/A




State Event Management Committee

Charter Summary

To promote RNSW events as a key component of Rowing's business development strategy through the establishment of well structured commercialised event business plans.

  • Ensure consistency and quality of Rowing NSW Events
  • Exploit commercial opportunities by establishing business partnerships within Masters membership        
  • Provide event management tools to the club including the opportunity to run major events
  • Facilitate the ongoing growth of the competition structure to allow for strategic growth within the sport

Chairperson

RNSW CEO

Committee Members

Philip Titterton
Tony Brown
RNSW Regatta Operations Manager
RNSW Event Manager
RNSW Member Liaison Officer

Meeting Schedule

As required

Sub-Committee

The State Event Management Committee will take a lead role in the event management of all regattas conducted in NSW.

 
   

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