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ACTA Strategic Plan

This Strategic Plan has been prepared to provide the ACTA with a clear list of actions for them to undertake to take advantage of the opportunities they have and to address the challenges that they face.

As with any sporting organisation the ACTA operates in a dynamic environment and this plan provides a roadmap for the organisation to react to future changes in that environment and to ensure a successful future.

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Updates to the National Championship Cancellation Policy

ACTA National Championships will proceed and be recognised as official National Championships, provided that at least eighty percent (80%) of ACTA registered shooters are able to attend the shooting range at which the Championships are to be held, unimpeded by Government regulations with the following conditions:

PRIOR TO THE EVENT:
That there is no Border / Regional Closure announcement that will affect more than 20% of ACTA registered shooters:

  • At a minimum, three full days prior to the advertised closing date for event nominations, or
  • Inside 21 days prior to the advertised commencement date of the event,

(whichever timeline is the greater)

AND

POST-COMMENCEMENT OF THE EVENT:
That there is no announcement of any impending Border Closure that will affect more than 20% of ACTA registered shooters to take effect within two days following the completion date of the competition. This condition takes into account the necessity to provide sufficient time for participants to be able to complete their competition and all essential return travel requirements before the date any border(s) are officially shut.

Covid-19 National Hall of Fame Points Qualification Policy
National Hall of Fame Points will be awarded at any ACTA-affiliated State or National Carnival, under the same conditions as applied to the National Championships Cancellation Policy. That is, that at least 80% of ACTA registered shooters must have the opportunity to attend unimpeded by Government directions affecting borders between the hosting State / Territory / Regional Area and other individual States / Territories / Regional Areas.

May 2024 CTSN

On the cover: James Willet, 2024 National Overall Trap High Gun

Inside this month's edition

ACTA Chairman's Report
Safeguarding our Volunteers: Member Protection Policy
ACTA National Trap Carnival
ACTA Trap Hall of Fame Dinner
Waratah Notes
QCTA SEZ and Toowoomba Skeet and Multi-Gauge Carnival
Lorraine Hughes Joins Shooting Australia Board
Vale – Bill Daley
Dealership Announcement – Promatic Trap Orion 400
Psychological Skills for Shooting
ACTA Rules Supervisors
Competition Results: WACTA, NSWCTA, VCTA, TCTA, QCTA, SACTA, NTCTA
SACTA Around the Traps – January to March
‘Around the Traps’ Shooting in Tasmania
QCTA Down the Barrel
Maryborough GC – March 2024
Perfect Day at Bega
Break Badges
Shoot Calendar
ACTA New Members


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