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Unit 214 Understanding the active leisure and learning sector

Outcome 214.1 Know the key features of the Active leisure and learning sector
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Unit 214
Understanding the active leisure and learning sector Outcome 214.1
Know the key features of the Active leisure and learning sector This unit covers the knowledge that employees in the Active Leisure and Learning sector require concerning:

the Active Leisure and Learning Sector
the subsectors that make up Active Leisure and Learning
information about the subsector in which the learner works
career opportunities Outcome 214.2
Know the key features of the Active Leisure and
Learning subsector in which they work Outcome 214.3
Know employment and career opportunities in the Active Leisure and Learning subsector in which they work National Governing Bodies To promote, support and develop their sport, administration and delivery of range of awards.

Can you name a national Governing body in a specific sport, what does it do? Central council of physical recreation (CCPR) To be the representative voice for the National Governing bodies of sport Stakeholders - Sports coach UK
Youth sports trust
Health development agency
Environment agency
Countryside agency
British waterways
Forestry Commission
National parks Role of the active leisure and learning sector To represent the sub-sectors of the Active Leisure and Learning Industry
National Occupational Standards (NOS)
Qualifications and training
Career guidance
Professional development Team and community building
Social inclusion
Crime reduction
Drugs Social Personal Socialise with others
Make friends
Enjoyment and relaxation
Mental and physical challenge
Compete against self and other
Adopt a healthy lifestyle Personal, Social, Health, Economic, Environmental Reasons for providing sport and leisure facilities, opportunities and services and the contribution they make Clubs
Centres
Projects

PAT a cake


Skillsactive Sport and leisure Organisations Underpinning knowledge The learner can:
1. describe the size and scope of the active leisure and learning sector
2. describe the contribution to society of the active leisure and learning sector
3. outline the role of the sector skills council for the active leisure and learning sector
4. identify the main subsectors within the Active Leisure and Learning sector. Outcome 214.1 know the key features of the Active leisure and learning sector Unit 214
Understanding the active leisure and learning sector Task Name the 5 Reasons for providing sport and leisure facilities.

What is the active leisure and learning sector?

Name the 5 Subsectors in the sport and leisure industry and an organisation for each one Skills Active To represent the employers and sectors of the industry, to enable the industry to achieve its’ economic and social potential and to ensure Best Quality, Business and Value. Subsectors in the sport and leisure industry Sport and recreation
Health and fitness
Playwork
Outdoor education and training
Caravan industries Environmental Positive impact on rural and urban environment Economic Employment
Regeneration
Generate income for government
Communities and organisations Personal
Community
National Health Task Post it notes – 3 organisations/5 reasons for providing sports facilities

On half of a page - Describe in your own words the contribution to society of the active leisure and learning sector Size and scope Number of facilities
Number of customers (participants, spectators)
Number of employees (full, part-time, seasonal and volunteers)
Number and range of sport and leisure opportunities Task (In 2’s) Choose a local organisation, and give some basic information regarding the range of facilities, opportunities and services. ( What they offer – classess, facilities, coaching)

5 mins TASK In groups – what factors would affect participation in sport.

Why would people participate or not.

5 mins Key organisations which provide for sporting excellence
Institutes of sport
National sports centres
National governing bodies centres of excellence (i.e. LTA, FA)
Academies based at clubs and educational establishments
Sports Colleges Educational establishments Schools
Colleges
Universities with facilities available for use by the community or operated on dual use basis. Voluntary Local clubs with facilities or hiring facilities
‘Not for profit’
i.e. owned by the public or education sectors, often aiming to promote a good cause Private Privately owned and operated, Profit making businesses.
i.e. Leisure clubs
Health and fitness
Golf
Hotels Public Publicly owned facilities/services operated by direct provision, private management or trusts and sports development. Provided by local authorities.
Coucil leisure centres
Recreational fitness classes for elderly Task Name the 5 Reasons for providing sport and leisure facilities.

What is the active leisure and learning sector?

Name the 5 Subsectors in the sport and leisure industry and an organisation for each one

Name a National Governing body. Useful websites: Leisure Centre.com – www.leisure-centre.com
Active Places – www.activeplaces.com
Institute of sport and recreation management – www.isrm.co.uk
Central council of physical recreation – www.ccpr.org.uk
Sports leaders Uk – www.bst.org.uk
Institute of leisure and amenity management – www.ilam.co.uk
Skillsactive (ssc) – www.skillsactive.com
Sports coach Uk – www.sportscoachuk.org
Sport England – www.sportengland.org
Youth sport trust – www.youthsporttrust.org Sources of funding to finance running costs Admission charges
Memberships
Subscriptions
Secondary spend
Fund raising
Sponsorship Sources of funding for planning and development Governments grants (direct or via DCMS, Sports Councils)
National Lottery
Local government taxes
Sponsorships
Loans
Private Investment
Company profits Factors that affect participation in sport Location
Access
Ability
Social
Education
Employment
Cost
Time Public, Private, Voluntary Main types of service provider Underpinning knowledge The learner can:
1. describe the composition of their subsector in terms of public, private and voluntary organisations
2. identify the size of their subsector in terms of employment and participation
3. outline the essential principles, values or codes of practice in their subsector
4. identify the roles of key organisations in their subsector, including any representative and regulatory bodies, trade unions and trade associations. Outcome 214.2 Know the key features of the Active Leisure and
Learning subsector in which they work Unit 214
Understanding the active leisure and learning sector Partnerships Facilities/services owned and/or operated by one or more of the above providers. ? Name some issues that would affect working conditions. The rights and responsibilities of employees Rights – As per employer responsibilities

Responsibilities – To ensure their own safety and those affected by their work, co-operate with employers, meet aims and objectives of organisation, abide and comply with the terms and conditions of contract, not to betray loyalty and trust of employer The main employment legislation that relates to the sport and leisure industry Employments Rights Act (ERA) – contracts, working hours, leave entitlement)
Equal Pay Act
Race Discrimination Act (RDA)
Disability Discrimination Act (DDA)
Sex Discrimination Act (SDA)
Human Rights Act (HRA)
Working time directive
Minimum Wage Act Task C - Career guide (In 2’s) 5mins Produce a guide for someone who wants to begin a career in the active leisure and learning sub-sector in which you work or are involved
Main job opportunities
Potential career pathways
Key factors that help people progress in their careers
Sources of information on career progression, training and education Scenario Wanted Sports Coach!

? What qualifications and qualities do you possess that would make you desirable for a sports coaching role (choose sport) ? What are the stages involved with the recruitment process Personal qualities and skills required for different job roles
Technical, communication, leadership.
SkillsActive and employers seem to differentiate between qualifications and skills/experience.
Skills/experience are gained or displayed by employees in work situations or are personal characteristics/qualities Recap What sources of information will help you to find a job?

Name some main occupations in the sport and rec industry!
Main types of qualifications for entry and progression in the sport and leisure industry

NVQ’s (i.e. Operational Services and Coaching, Teaching and instructing)
Awarding body sport and leisure qualifications (i.e. City and Guilds)
National Governing Body coaching and officiating awards
First Aid at Work
Professional body qualifications (i.e. ISRM, ILAM)
Specific short courses (i.e. customer care, manual holding) In 2’s ? What experience, qualifications and qualities do you need to work in the Sport and Recreation industry. In 2’s ? Name some of the main jobs in the sport and recreation industry Pathways Subsector specific
Supervisory
Management Sources of information Awarding bodies
Careers advisors
Connexions
HR/Personnel department
Internet
Professional bodies
Line manager
Journals
Trade magazines
Sector Skills Council (SkillsActive) Task Name the 5 Reasons for providing sport and leisure facilities.

What is the active leisure and learning sector?

Name the 5 Subsectors in the sport and leisure industry and an organisation for each one

Name a National Governing body.

What are the 3 main types of service provider. Outcome 214.3 Know employment and career opportunities in the Active Leisure and Learning subsector in which
they work Unit 214
Understanding the active leisure and learning sector Job title
Pay
Hours of work
Place of work
Holiday entitlement
Grievance procedures
Disciplinary
Sickness
Pension/welfare entitlement
Special conditions
Uniform The main terms and conditions of an employment contract Post it note Name 4 things that would go into a work contract!!! The rights and responsibilities of employers
Rights – To expect that employees fulfil their duties as specified by contracts and legislation

Responsibilities – Comply with regulations, treat staff fairly and equitably, respect employee rights, provide support and training, instruction, supervision and information Recap - Whiteboard For a chosen job role, explain the qualifications, personal qualities, skills and experience needed. Task For a chosen organisation, set up a diagram of job roles. How to make an effective job application Research
Time
Planning
Format
Presentation
Appropriate for the vacancy applied for Advertising
Applying
Short-listing
Interviewing
Selecting
Offering
Appointing
Inducting The stages involved in the recruitment process Assistant
Team leader
Supervisor
Management
Coaching
Development Main roles of specific occupations in the sport and leisure industry Fitness instructors
Sports instructors
Lifeguards
Stewards
Recreation assistants
Coaches
Receptionists
Outdoor activity leaders Main occupations in the sport and leisure industry Key factors Personal qualities/development
Work experience Underpinning knowledge The learner can:
1. identify sources of information on career progression, training and education
2. identify the main job roles within their subsector
3. identify potential career pathways in their subsector
4. identify the key factors that help people progress in their careers in the subsector
5. outline how people can transfer from one subsector to another. Task For a chosen job role, explain the qualifications, personal qualities, skills and experience needed. 203.1 Understand health and safety requirements of employees in sport and active leisure Unit 203 Health, safety and welfare in sport and active
leisure Task (In 2’s – Laptops) You are organising a sport event.

Risk assessments and constant safety checks should be carried out to ensure safety is paramount.

Set up a ten point safety checklist that you should carry out before your event. Importance Employer/employees
Customers Sources Line Manager
Staff handbook
Normal Operating Procedures (NOPs)
Emergency Action Plans (EAPs)
Risk assessments
COSHH sheets (material safety data sheets)
Suppliers/manufacturers information
Health and Safety Executive
Industry guidelines
Noticeboards
Safety Posters/signs.. Legislation Health and Safety at work act
MOSAWR
Manual Handling Regs
COSHH Regs COSHH Info
PPE Regulations PPE Info


In 2’s (Laptop) – Define each aspect Underpinning knowledge The learner can:
1. describe responsibilities of employees under health and safety legislation
2. identify sources of health and safety information available to employees
3. explain the importance of health, safety and good welfare in the workplace.
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