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Premium member Presentation Transcript National Governing Body Day‘Working with County Sports Partnerships’: National Governing Body Day ‘Working with County Sports Partnerships’ Welcome The usual stuff: The usual stuff Start now Lunch about 12.45 pm Restart about 1.15pm Finish 3.30 pm Toilets ???? Fire !!!!! Purpose of the Day: Purpose of the Day To explore how we can collectively make the best use of County Sport Partnerships to ensure the successful implementation of whole sport and one stop plans WIBYT: WIBYT Write it before you talk You have 90 seconds to write down what you would like to achieve from the day today Don’t share this with anyone! Objectives for the day: Objectives for the day Raise and park any outstanding issues about Active Sports Introduce the emerging concept of the single system for sport Clarify where CSP’s and NGB’s fit into this system Explore how NGB’s can make best use of CSP’s in the implementation of WSP/OSP Start to identify what support NGB’s and CSP’s require to ensure successful engagement Agree what happens next Introductions and Ground Rules: Introductions and Ground Rules In smaller groups introductions agree 3 ground rules which you believe should apply to this group for the remainder of the day 5 minutes or less Objective 1: Objective 1 To raise and park any outstanding issues about Active Sports Active Sports Issues: Active Sports Issues In your groups Discuss any outstanding issues you have and suggest how these might be addressed going forward 10 minutes Objective 2 and Objective 3: Objective 2 and Objective 3 Introduce the emerging concept of the single system for sport Clarify the future role of CSP’s Slide10: Thoughts on the single system: Thoughts on the single system In your group Share your views about what you have heard and list any questions you would like to ask to help clarify the model. Identify which of the questions, if answered, would be most helpful to you Objective 4 and 5: Objective 4 and 5 Explore how NGB’s can make best use of CSP’s in the implementation of WSP/OSP Start to identify what support NGB’s and CSP’s require to ensure successful engagement NGB position statements so far: NGB position statements so far Table Tennis Cricket Swimming Gymnastics Movement and Dance Athletics Netball Canoeing Boxing BMC Badminton Angling Yachting Rounders Baseball/softball Position statements: Common themes: Position statements: Common themes General commitment to CSP’s Some changes to the Active Sports approach but not massive Decision making: generally made through local development groups or similar Any additional resources: usually in the form of human and/or related to PESCCL type funding Position statements: themes cont’dPriority areas for CSP’s: Position statements: themes cont’d Priority areas for CSP’s Education and training Club development Coach development Volunteer development School club links Talent development Attracting funding Developing the sports infrastructure Access to new networks Equality standard Child protection support Increase participation Increase membership Provision of information Strategy for sport(s) Measurement-monitoring and evaluation General promotion Physical base for staff Slide16: A governing body perspective: A governing body perspective Partnerships in action: Partnerships in action Anne Adams- King Director of English Programmes ASA Rick Bailey Introduction: Introduction Where we are now Partnerships - expectations Where next Where are we nowA Vision for Swimming : Where are we now A Vision for Swimming Opportunities for everyone to learn to swim Opportunities for everyone to participate in any of the aquatic disciplines they choose at the level to which they aspire Opportunities to swim for health andamp; fitness Opportunities to enable those with the ability and the desire to achieve gold medal success at Olympic andamp; Paralympic Games Where are we nowPlanning: Where are we now Planning Strategic Plan Whole Sport Plan Expectations Reality Commitment to working with CSPs Where are we nowASA structure: Where are we now ASA structure Regionalisation Talent pathways Physical Activity Agenda Workforce development National Development ( Age / Youth) Where are we nowCounty Sports Partnerships: Where are we now County Sports Partnerships Evolving from Active sports - Role out of CSPs More Strategic influencing role Working with more sports Retaining core functions ( clubs , coaching, PESSCL, volunteering) Links to RSBs, more local agendas Ability to role over funding from AS (within parameters) Where are we nowCounty Sports Partnerships: Where are we now County Sports Partnerships Four categories to work with Those whose AS funding comes to an end in 2005 Those who received interim funding to March 2005, in the anticipation of sustained funding from WSPs A small number who have not introduced AS swimming Those whose AS funding comes to an end between 2006 - 2008 Where are we nowSport England: Where are we now Sport England Commitment to CSPs Funding through RSBs Acceleration team NGB agreements Partnership working: Partnership working In order to work with CSPs, we need to have confidence that they will be effective agencies to assist in the delivery of NGB KPIs. Effective means the ability to create networks and influence policy providers and resource holders ( multiplier effect) Be ‘Fit for purpose’ The role of the CSP: The role of the CSP Strategic management lead role in integrated swimming network Performance management coordinate local monitoring in line with NGB requirements Demographic andamp; economic base data identify local areas of deprivation Communication single point of contact Marketing advocacy andamp; promotion Player Pathway promote andamp; support LTAD The role of the CSP: The role of the CSP Club, Coach andamp; Volunteer workforce support ASA strategies andamp; SWIM 21 CPD for professional workforce identify needs through Workforce Strategy Employment Agency a viable option to develop swimming Investment multiplier andamp; distributor new partners, new funding Partnership working: Partnership working We will provide a degree of funding against clear outcomes (funding agreement) monitoring consistency support from Regional offices and National Officers The Funding Agreement: The Funding Agreement Funding Agreement Objectives Description of activities to be provided Exclusions Roles andamp; responsibilities The Funding Agreement: The Funding Agreement Outcomes andamp; Performance indicators Services andamp; charges Monitoring andamp; review Disputes andamp; Termination Slide32: The way forward: The way forward Clear communication from SE Work on areas of mutual concern (SE/NGB/CSPS) Work with what we have and not worry about what we have not got Longer term planning – what happens as more CSPs come on line Thoughts, questions and reflections : Thoughts, questions and reflections Objectives 4 and 5 cont’d: Objectives 4 and 5 cont’d Explore how NGB’s can make best use of CSP’s in the implementation of WSP/OSP Start to identify what support NGB’s and CSP’s require to ensure successful engagement 7 simple questions!: 7 simple questions! Are you comfortable with the proposed role of the CSP’s? What more do you need to know before you start to engage with the CSP’s? When should the engagement start? How will you engage? What will you engage with them about? What can we do collectively to ensure that the engagement is organised and coordinated? What support do you require and from whom, to assist? Objective 6: Objective 6 Agree what happens next Information Communication Design Delivery Support Key messages: Key messages What key messages would your group like to send and to who? No more than 2 please. Review Objectives: Review Objectives Raise and park any outstanding issues about Active Sports Introduce the emerging concept of the single system for sport Clarify where CSP’s and NGB’s fit into this system Explore how NGB’s can make best use of CSP’s in the implementation of WSP/OSP Start to identify what support NGB’s and CSP’s require to ensure successful engagement Agree what happens next Review your WIBYT: Review your WIBYT Was it satisfied? Slide41: Thank you You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.