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U6.A2 - Barriers to Participation
Transcript of U6.A2 - Barriers to Participation
Assessment 2 - Barriers to Participation
Describe barriers to participation for individuals from three different target groups at different levels of the sports development continuum (P2)
Explain barriers to participation for individuals from three different target groups at different levels of the sports development continuum (M2)
Analyse the barriers to participation for individuals from three different target groups at different levels of the sports development continuum, providing effective and realistic solutions (D1)
POLL: What is a barrier to participation?
Go to: http://www.pollev.com/bromsbtec
Knowledge (rare sports)
Feelings of embarrassment or ineptness
Family influences - angry dad
Cost of participation:-
Membership fees (Redditch GC - £1010 p.a)
"Social Exclusion" - whole communities run down/under funded
Can you think of any?
Bad experiences in school
Black and minority ethnic groups (BMEs
Disability discrimination act has increased acceptance, funding and encouraged more sport-development schemes aimed at disabled people
London 2012 Paralympic games viewing figures up 37% (3.4billion viewers) has bought increased awareness
More disabled role models
Black and Ethnic Minority Groups
BME population around 11mil England
Only 1 in 5 participate in Physical Activity
92% of South Asian woman don't participate in recommended levels of activity compared to 55% of all women
Anti-Racism incentives - do you know any?
A key area for Sport England
More people than ever before in this age group
Recession has meant people have to work longer
Fewer good pension schemes
People working to 65 and beyond
Greater need to stay fit
Young people that are introduced to PA at a young age are more likely to continue this through life and the S.D continuum
Youth Sport Trust (YST) focuses on young people (18months-18 years, both genders, mixed abilities, disabled) by providing the resources necessary to participate in PA
Progress has been made, from this...
WHY are women a target
group in Modern Society?
A film from New Zealand (the same barriers apply in the UK...)
What happens in this lesson that would put you off PE?
Unflattering/unattractive PE Kit
Lack of facilities
Lack of choices of sports
Sport Development schemes are set up to attempt to overcome Barriers to Participation.
In addition, certain communities or small populations of people may have Sports Development schemes set up for their benefit...
Twitter feeds to follow...
Youth Sport Trust