Forms, Policies And Documents

Please find below Australian Polocrosse resources available for you to download, print and action.

AGM minutes

2020 NTPA AGM Minutes August

Member And Club Forms

Accident Incident Report Form 

Blend Personal Accident Product Disclosure Statement 

EMB and Blend Personal Accident Claim Process 

Horse Welfare & Reintroduction Horse with Vice Form

Policies And Rules

PAA 2019 Rulebook

NTPA Constitution

The PAA Constitution

The PAA Strategic Plan

Disciplinary Document 

Appeal Provisions 

Privacy Policy 

Selection Policy

Junior Policy

Alcohol & Smoking Policy

Member Protection Policy

Match Fixing Policy

Anti Doping Policy

Horse Drug Testing Policy

Nationals & Interstate Player Eligibility 

Horse Welfare


Accident Incident Report Form 

Personal Accident Claim Form

Chubb Personal Accident Policy Wording




Coaching Accreditation Scheme

The Polocrosse Association of Australia has developed in conjunction with the Australian Sports Commission a National Coaching Accreditation Scheme designed to encourage and guide coaching activity in Polocrosse.

The scheme is designed to assist the Australian and State Associations in the proper organisation and presentation of accredited courses for coaches.

PAA Coach Accreditation Framework

The National Coaching Scheme provides three level of coaching accreditation as follows:


Level 1 – This is an introduction to the principles of coaching and provides basic training in the skills required for coaches of beginner or novice participants and for the conduct of training programs for Club Polocrosse players.

Level 1 Coaching Syllabus 

Level 2 – This is the next level where coaches have moved from the beginner level and wish to improve their skills and knowledge to improve player performance.

Level 2 Coaching Syllabus

Level 3 –  This is the highest level of coaching that Polocrosse delivers.  The course involves the advanced theory, advanced instructional management and practice of coaching Polocrosse.

Level 3 Coaching Syllabus