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Venues, Events & Equipment For Clubs

You've found the right place to make venue & equipment bookings, access event guidelines, and more! If you can't find what you're after, please email the Clubs Officer via clubs@guild.curtin.edu.au!  


Event Management Plan  (includes Venue Booking Form)

The EMP form - linked above - is a mandatory requirement for ALL club events, both on and off campus. It is also the only way to book a venue on campus! The form will walk you through all considerations that must be taken into account when running an event, ensuring no important details or permits are missed along the way. It also allows the Clubs Officer to step in and offer additional advice and support as necessary.

 

Club HQ Booking Form
Club HQ is a multi-purpose pop-up event venue and meeting space for the free and exclusive use of Guild-registered clubs and societies! It can be booked with very short notice (subject to availability), and is a great alternative if you've left it a little late to book a venue elsewhere on campus, or if you're looking for a quick and hassle-free booking process. Terms and conditions apply - please refer to the booking form linked above for more info. 
 

Club BBQ Booking Form

All Guild-registered clubs and societies are eligible for one free Club BBQ Pack per year (100 serves), and may also pay to book additional BBQs throughout the year. Club BBQs are a great opportunity to raise awareness of your club, recruit members, promote upcoming events, or raise funds. BBQs must be booked with at least two weeks' notice using the form linked above.

 

Guild Equipment Bookings
The Guild offers a range of free equipment and resources exclusively for the use of clubs. Booking form is currently under construction - please return soon! 
 
Risk Assessment Template

When your club organises an activity, function or event, you are, as the event organisers, responsible for your members’ and guests’ health and wellbeing. This requires careful consideration to be given to any potential hazards or situations that may cause injury or harm, and a systematic elimination or minimisation of these risks – this is known as a Risk Assessment, and will be requested when you submit an EMP if your event is deemed to hold a reasonable level of risk. The template linked above should serve as a helpful starting point when building a risk assessment for your particular event - simply add, edit, or remove points as needed.
 

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