Policies & Forms

NTTBA Constitution

NTTBA Constitution

NTTBA Strategic Plan

NTTBA Strategic Plan 2016-2018

Australian National Anti-Doping

TBA has adopted the Australian National Anti-Doping Policy, which was developed by Sport Integrity Australia (SIA) to reflect the changes to the World Anti-Doping Code and Australian legislation. The purpose of a single Australian National Anti-Doping Policy is to bring greater consistency for anti-doping rules across the sporting community. This change means that the Australian National Anti-Doping Policy will be housed on the SIA website and TBA will no longer have an individual Anti-Doping Policy.

The policy can be found on the Sport Integrity Australia website – check here to find out more. All State & Territory bodies and members will be bound by the Australian National Anti-Doping Policy. This includes athletes, support personnel and employees, whose employment contracts enables this. It is important that all members, including athletes and support personnel, have a strong understanding of their obligations under the new policy. Changes include a new anti-doping rule violation of retaliation, a category of athletes that is lower-level and flexibility related to the sanctioning for certain levels of athletes/participants.
2021 Anti-Doping Policy Fact Sheet
Anti-Doping Compliance Framework

Code Of Conduct

Executive and Committee Members Code of Conduct Policy

Child Safe Sport Framework

TBA is committed to the safety and well-being of all children and young people who participate in our sport or access our services. This Child Safe Sport Framework aims to assist TBA in creating a safe and positive environment for everyone participating in the sport of tenpin bowling.
Child Safe Sport Framework

Complaints and Feedback

Complaints and Feedback Policy
. . . Appendix 1: NTTBA Stakeholder Complaint Form
. . . Appendix 2: NTTBA Feedback Form
. . . Appendix 3: Nationals Event Feedback Form

Team Selection

Youth and Adult State Team Selection Policy