Creating a sporting habit for life Sport England - Clubs Background information for the CSPN Conference – 17 th March

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  • Creating a sporting habit for life Sport England - Clubs Background information for the CSPN Conference 17 th March
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  • Creating a sporting habit for life Team Clubs Team sit within the NGB & Sport Directorate (Director Phil Smith) Part of the Clubs and Workforce Team Strategic Lead Stephanie Maurel (stephanie.maurel@sportengland.org) Head of Clubs Alex Moore (alexandra.moore@sportengland.org) Head of Volunteering Rachel Waterman (rachel.waterman@sportengland.org) Head of Professional Workforce at recruitment stage Head of Policy Christopher Corfield (working across sports coach UK and Sport England to develop coaching policy - CCorfield@ncf.org.uk) Senior Clubs and programme Manager Alison Webb (alison.webb@sportengland.org) 2
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  • Creating a sporting habit for life Clubs and Workforce Current Programmes /Work Areas Direct support to NGBs Insight into Clubs, Workforce, Coaching and Volunteering Clubs: Club Leaders, Clubmark, Club Views and Help for Clubs. Volunteering: In Development Stage a) Small grant scheme to help volunteers with their volunteering; b) A tool to help volunteers find opportunities & for opportunities to be made available to volunteers (using an existing online system) c) collated and enhanced resources for volunteers Professional Workforce Top Team NGB Exec support, Regional staff CPD forums, Leading Edge CEO leadership programme, Cranfield run Development Directors and equivalent programme. Coaching developing and driving the delivery of a Coaching Plan for England 3
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  • Creating a sporting habit for life Sport England - Clubs Contribution 15.5million adults in England participated in sport once a week* 13.9million in organised sport* 9.1million are members of a sports club (to participate in sport)* 21% of the English Population are members of a sport club* Scope and Vision Clubs refer to informal groups through to asset owning formal clubs Our vision is to create an excellent experience in clubs every time for everyone Supporting Clubs Retention, Transition and Growth 1 st Priority The develop and maintain economically sustainable clubs that drive to growth in participation through retaining existing members/participants and attracting new participants First Priority is the development of a one stop shop for Club Support. 4
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  • Creating a sporting habit for life What the market needs? (what has informed the need for Club Support) Consultation includes Sport England colleagues, NGBs, CSPs, LAs and 200+ clubs The support available is too fragmented Accessing support is too confusing It all needs to be joined up Needs to be easy to navigate Need to be time well spent Reflective of traditional clubs and new ways of engaging in sport Needs to be attractive, accessible to all and engaging
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  • Creating a sporting habit for life Sport Club Support One Stop Shop Information, guidance & support to clubs and volunteers Insight: Lots of support to clubs from lots of sources Needs to be joined up and easy to access User led, not by programmes or organisation What is Club Support ?
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  • Creating a sporting habit for life What will Club Support look like? 3 ways for clubs and volunteers to engage with Club Support: On Line Seminar Programme Mentoring Programme
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  • Creating a sporting habit for life In Summary: Club Support MentoringSeminars On Line Learning, resources, community Diagnostic Directorate Expertise (e.g. Planning, Youth Engagement, Club Views and Help for Clubs) Sport England Programmes (Club Leaders, Clubmark) Partners (e.g. Inclusion, Women and Girls engagement) NGBs and CSPs (existing support and resources, programmes)
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  • Creating a sporting habit for life Procure a partner to help develop and deliver Club Support Expertise to compliment ours To ensure we have business and finance expertise Market penetration to the masses of clubs informal and formal Sticky site on line community/returners Recognition Awareness England wide seminar programme England wide mentoring programme from initial diagnostic through to niche mentoring telephone mentoring through to 6 month mentoring relationship Financially sustainable model Why?
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  • Creating a sporting habit for life Clubmark Update 10 Clubmark will continue to advocate that a club provides the right environment which ensures the welfare of members and encourages everyone to enjoy sport and stay involved throughout their lives. Clubmark is now managed by Sport England in-house. This arrangement is for an interim period and will continue until May 2014 when Clubmark will become part of Club Support, the one stop shop for clubs and volunteers. Why?
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  • Creating a sporting habit for life Clubmark Evaluation The Clubmark evaluation will take place from March 2014 to May 2014 and its purpose is: To establish the main benefits of Clubmark for our key stakeholders To establish the wider impacts of the process of gaining Clubmark for accredited clubs and key stakeholders To gather key stakeholders views (positive and negative) on the process involved in attaining Clubmark To gather key stakeholders views on any changes/enhancements they would like to see made to Clubmark in 2014 and onwards The evaluation findings will be used to shape an improvement plan for the delivery of Clubmark to be developed and implemented by the Club Support contract provider. CSPs are a key consultees 11
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  • Creating a sporting habit for life Procurement Timetable Club Support One stop shop operational Late Summer/Autumn 2014 Development of one stop shop starts. Clubmark, Club Leaders, Club Views and Help for Clubs continues Award Contract May 2014 Interviews 22 April 2014 ITT assessed 24 March 8 April 2014 ITT Issued 31 Jan 2014 OJEU Notice Posted with PQQ 26 September 2013 12
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  • Creating a sporting habit for life Summary Club Vision Creating an excellent experience in clubs every time for everyone Current programmes Club Leaders, Clubmark, Club Views and Help for Clubs Will continue and seamlessly transfer to Club Support, the one stop shop for information, guidance and support for clubs and volunteers (working title) Club Support our first action Procuring a single supplier or consortium to work with Sport England to delivery Club Support Will only succeed with the engagement, value and support of NGBs and CSPs Club Support is just the start evolving, on-going consultation, insight and review 13
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  • Creating a sporting habit for life Action Please send us a couple of lines on your club work to: Alexandra.moore@sportengland.org by COP Friday 14 th March.Alexandra.moore@sportengland.org What you are focusing on/what you offer clubs? What you aspire to achieve in terms of club support/development? And your key challenges in achieving your desired outcomes? (if you have a formal statement/vision do share it but its not necessary) This is just to spark discussion / for us to understand a little more about your work so please just do this by return and off the top of your head. 14