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Unit 6: Sports Development - Target Groups & Barriers

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Unit 6 - Sports Development
Learning Objectives
P2 - describe barriers to participation for individuals from three target groups at different levels of the sports development continuum

M2 - explain barriers to participation for individuals from three target groups at different levels of the sports development continuum

D1 - analyse the barriers to participation for individuals from three target groups at different levels of the sports development continuum, providing effective and realistic solutions
Assesment Criteria
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At each stage of the sport development continuum there are different factors that can prevent individuals from participating in sport, these are known as 'barriers to participation.'

Can you identify any factors that might stop people from participating in sport?
Barriers
Cultural - Rules or traditions (affects for women.) Some cultures may not be familiar with British sports or may have no facility, coaches or players to play traditional british sports.


Social - Peers, social image, embarrasment, family influence or pressure from others.
Barriers
Economic - Costs of participation, this can apply to a whole community if an area has had little investment. Disposable income may not allow them to participate and access can also prevent people.

Historical - Tradition UK sports e.g. football have been male dominated and this can prevent women from taking part.





P2, M2, D1 - Barriers to Participation
Be able to identify at least three different target groups within sport development.

To have developed an understanding of barriers to participation within the target groups.

Be able to form ideas on how to address the barriers for future provision.





Target Groups
Groups that may experience these barriers the most.

Who might this include?






Women
Traditionally participated in sport less than men.
Sport development schemes may include single-sex only classes with an aim to increase participation.
Sport development aims to increase number of female teams in male orientated sports.

Do you think female participation has
changed over the years?








Young People

If introduced to sport at a young age, people are more likely to continue playing for life and progress through the sports development continuum.








Over 50's
Aging population.

Schemes aimed at this age group mainly focuses on participation levels and are usually run by local authorities.
Black and Ethnic Minority Groups
Some ethnic minority groups have fewer levels of sports participation. This can be due to a number of factors that might include:
Poverty
Lack of facilities
Family Influence
Racial Discrimination
Role Models





Kick it Out
Task
People with disabilities are another target group for sport development professionals.

You have 5 minutes to come up with some barriers that people with disabilites might face when trying to participate in sport.




- Lower Income

- Lack of Accesibility

- Negative Self-Image

- Low Levels of Media Coverage

- Lack of specialist Coaches

- Lack of equipment
Learning Objectives
Be able to identify at least three different target groups within sport development.

To have developed an understanding of barriers to participation within the target groups.

Be able to form ideas on how to address the barriers for future provision.
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