The NCCUA needs the support of any sponsor who can help grow umpiring and AFL in the Newcastle and Central Coast regions. If you are interested in investing in a NCCUA Gold, Silver or Bronze sponsorship package, please contact the secretary of the NCCUA by e mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Herald will again be a major sponsor of the NCCUA for the 2012 BDAFL Season.
Leadership Management Australia
Leadership Management Australia first started sponsoring the NCCUA in 2006. We are pleased to announce the continuation of this partnership between LMA (Newcastle) and the NCCUA in 2012.
Leadership Management Australia (LMA) creates exceptional results through people for organisations by delivering a unique results focused behavioural change model. Founded in 1972, LMA is at the forefront of training and development in Australia.
LMA delivers tailored training and development solutions to guarantee measurable increases in performance and productivity. As a Registered Training Organisation (RTO), LMA provides training and development linked to National Competency Standards.
LMA work with people at all levels of an organisation where the improvement of their performance is critical to the success of the company. Participants can achieve nationally recognised qualifications from first line leadership, up to Certificate IV in Frontline Management
To find out more and see how LMA can create exceptional results through your people, call our Newcastle/Hunter office on (02) 4967 2833.
Another sponsor who will continue their support of the Umpires Association in 2012, the Swansea RSL Club.
The NCCUA is proud to announce the support of a local community newspaper called “Pelican Itch”.
The editors of the Pelican Itch have agreed to publish an article on umpire recruitment for the NCCUA in their March 2012 editions of the community newspapers. The NCCUA Committee is hoping that this will increase the opportunity to gain new umpires in 2012 through publication in local media. The Pelican Itch is circulated from Toukley to Budgewoi on the Central Coast and in Swansea and further North in the Newcastle area.
The NCCUA would ask all members to support the editors by supporting the advertisers in the Pelican Itch. Or alternatively if you have something to advertise, then you are asked to consider advertising in the Pelican Itch.
The Pelican Itch online publications can be found at www.pelicanitch.com.au.
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