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Sports Development Providers in the UK

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Sports Development Providers in the UK.

National Organisations
These are organisations that are primarily funded by the state, but have some input from voluntary contributions.
Voluntary Organisations
Usually run as a not for profit organisations that are run by unpaid helpers or volunteers.

Often use public sector facilities and can be funded by private organisations e.g. Walker Central & East End
Private Sector Providers
Run to make a profit by private businesses (not the government). The facilities are generally of a high standard and membership can be costly.

Five years ago, there were 2,642 public gyms. That has risen consistently year-on-year to reach 2,750 in 2013, against 3,269 in the private sector.
Associated Benefits
There are elements where the private, public and voluntary sectors join to work together.
Local Authorities
City councils aim to offer the people living within their boroughs the opportunities to participate in sport. This is done through council taxes paid by each household.

The council is made of an executive board and elected council members, who are then sub-divided into committees.
Governing Bodies
Across England there are many different national governing bodies of sport (NGBs) who have responsibility for managing their specific sport.
Associated Benefits
There are elements where the private, public and voluntary sectors join to work together.
Sport England
Sport England is primarily concerned with grassroots sport. They work together with national governing bodies, local authorities and charity organisations to fund opportunities for people to participate in sport.

Made up of a main board that takes overall control, an executive board responsible for day-to-day running, nine regional champions that look after community sport and three local teams that try to make sport accessible
Sports Coach UK
Sports Coach UK's vision is to provide top quality coaching to all. They are a charitable organisation that aims to recruit, develop and retain coaches.

Sports Coach has worked on many projects to develop a world class coaching system in this country. They offer workshops, training and support for all coaches.

The organisation is run in much the same way as Sport England. Each level of management take on specific roles to develop coaches across the UK.
Youth Sport Trust
Aims to give children a broad range of opportunities to participate in sport. They try to do this by improving standards in school sport, support those with SEN and disabilities into sport and help support young athletes to achieve their best.

Again, the organisation is set up in the same way as the previous two, with various committees responsible for different elements of youth sport.
Active Newcastle
Aims to supply sporting opportunities to residents. Many sporting services can be found within the city ranging from swimming pools, sports and activity centres and parks.

The active reward card was established to give people greater discounts to the services offered.
Impulse Fitness
Established to solely provide fitness facilities, in particular gyms.
What about the immediate area?
International
Responsible for one sport by setting out rules and regulations.

IAAF - International Association of Athletics Federations
Established to govern athletics across the globe. Countries are grouped into six areas that are each manged by a separate board.
National
UKA - United Kingdom Athletics
Set up to develop athletics and support athletes in their chosen area. Each country is responsible for developing athletics within it.
Regional
Further devolution into regional areas.
Role
Structure
Made up of a board or committee.
Roles
Provide sporting facilities and services.
Help people lead active and healthy lifestyles.
Structure
David Lloyd Centre - Castle Farm, Newcastle
Cross-Cutting Agendas
Sports development projects can have other agendas apart from sport. Social and cultural aims can be prioritised to promote issues related to health promotion, crime and drug awareness.
Improving Performance
Important that organisations work together to improve performance.
The government aims to assist sports providers
Opportunity
All sectors try to encourage and provide opportunities for all to participate in sport.
Healthy Lifestyle
The majority of providers have one aim; to provide people with the chance to have a healthy lifestyle.
Based on Jim Harvey's speech structures
https://www.sportengland.org/our-work/national-work/national-governing-bodies/sports-we-invest-in/
https://www.sportengland.org/about-us/corporate-information/our-structure/
http://www.sportscoachuk.org/site-tools/about-us/what-we-do
http://www.sportscoachuk.org/site-tools/about-us/meet-team
http://www.sportscoachuk.org/site-tools/about-us/who-we-work
http://www.youthsporttrust.org/about-us/youth-sport-trust-strategic-plan.aspx
http://www.youthsporttrust.org/about-us.aspx
http://activenewcastle.co.uk
http://activenewcastle.co.uk/venues/
http://www.newcastle.gov.uk/sites/drupalncc.newcastle.gov.uk/files/wwwfileroot/your-council-and-democracy/ncc_senior_structure_april_2014.pdf
http://activenewcastle.co.uk/activities/
http://www.impulsefitness.co.uk
http://www.impulsefitness.co.uk/the-clubs/
http://www.iaaf.org/home
http://www.britishathletics.org.uk
http://www.englandathletics.org/region.aspx?sitesectionid=67&sectionTitle=North+East
http://www.walkercentralfc.co.uk
http://www.newcastleeastend.co.uk/site/
http://www.newcastleeastend.co.uk/site/committee/
http://www.walkercentralfc.co.uk/club/Committee/view/504058
Funding
Often free but sometimes take contributions from participants. Sponsors may help the organisation by providing kits and supplies.
Provide sporting opportunities to all ages, particularly in the local area.
Ensure all groups have equal opportunities and access in their sport.
http://www.sportandrecreation.org.uk/sites/sportandrecreation.org.uk/files/web/documents/pdf/CCPR%20(2003)%20Citizenship%20in%20Action%20-%20Executive%20Summary.pdf
http://www.navca.org.uk/localvs/sport/structure
http://www.sportbusinesscentre.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/NGB-Board-Report2.pdf
http://www.davidlloyd.co.uk/about-david-lloyd-leisure/senior-leadership-team
http://www.davidlloyd.co.uk/about-david-lloyd-leisure/partners
Elected board
Structure & Roles:
Committee
Enabling & Facilitating
Strategic
Advisory
Sports development officers
Volunteers
Structure & Roles:
Committee
Enabling & Facilitating
Direct delivery
Participation
Advisory
Structure & Roles:
Committee
Enabling & Facilitating
Direct delivery
Operational
Advisory
Participation
Volunteers
Structure & Roles:
Committee
Enabling & Facilitating
Direct delivery
Strategic
Operational
Participation
Structure & Roles:
Committee & Working Groups
Participation
Performance
Direct delivery
Strategic
Operational
Advisory
Sports development officers
Volunteers
Structure & Roles:
Committees, working & consultation groups
Enabling & facilitating
Participation
Volunteers
Structure & Roles:
Committee
Enabling & facilitating
Direct delivery
Operational
Participation
https://www.gov.uk/government/policies/maintaining-and-improving-britains-elite-sports-performance
P3 Describe the structures and roles of three sports development providers in the UK.
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