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Presentation on the development of a local Coaching System Support Network.

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  • Transitionary period. New funding arrangement with Sport England with renewed focus on NGBs to lead the development of community sports development. CSPs have been recognised for the unique role they play in supporting and coordinating sports development on both a national and local level.
  • Although the role sounds straight forward it is important to remember that this is about building a system and that it needs to be done in managed steps. The hard work will be ensuring that partners remain patient through this period of development
  • So what do we mean by a Coaching System Support Network? The above is a concise definition of what it is we mean when we talk about the CSSN. The hard part wasn’t defining this, the hard part is looking at how we develop and implement such a network, that is flexible enough to meet the needs of the 46 NGBs, and is fully supported and owned by all local regioanl and national partners
  • So, the previous slide talks about a grouping of agencies and it is essential to identify who those agencies are, so that we can begin to define roles and responsibilities within the development and implementation of he Network
  • NGBs and SSPs need to be in a position to feed in their specific needs to the CSP in terms of their coaching workforce requirements NSA are then the delivery arm to which we can begin to meet the needs of the wider coaching system support network NSA will need to fully engage (with the support of the CDM) with HE and FE and other training providers. This communication needs to be a two way process which benefits the CSSN and delivers against need.

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  • Coaching System Support Network Planning January 2010 CJ Lee Coaching Development Manager
  • A Rapidly Improving CSP Network….
    • 49 County Sports Partnerships
    • 1 County Sports Partnership Network
    • Working towards consistent delivery in 49 CSPs
  • CSP Core Services Agreement with Sport England
    • Grow
    • Sustain
    • Excel
  • CSP Core Services Agreement with Sport England
    • Connecting NGBs to the CSP area
    • Club, Coach and Volunteer Development
    • Children and Young People
    • Facilities
    • Investment
    • Strategic Influence and Networking
    • Knowledge Management
    • Operations
  • Coaching within Core Services Agreement
    • Coordinate and promote a programme of coach education
    • Identify and promote local funding opportunities that will help coaches
    • As funding for NGB plans was confirmed …..delivery gaps became apparent….
  • NGB Coaching Services Agreement……
    • The planning, recruitment, support, development and deployment of coaches in order to support…
    • Linked to player pathways
    • Grow, sustain, excel
  • CSP Extended Coaching Services Agreement……
    • £41,800 per annum to each of the CSPs for the delivery of Extended Coaching Functions
    • To employ a Coaching Development Manager within each CSP to manage the delivery of these coaching functions to meet the needs of a range of National Governing Bodies, as required by their Whole Sport Plans.
    • Delivery will occur in the context of the UK Coaching Framework and, in particular, strengthening of local coaching communities
    • The Coaching System Support Network will be coordinated at a national level by sports coach UK
  • Manage the development of a local Coaching System Support Network in response to the requirements of local, regional and national partners Role of the Coaching Development Manager
  • What is a Coaching System Support Network? Coaching System Support Networks are defined as a grouping of agencies within each of the Home Countries that are formally committed to supporting Governing Bodies in the development of world leading coaching systems, using the UK Coaching Framework as a key point of reference
  • A Grouping of Agencies…
    • Nationally – Sport England; SkillsActive; NSA; YST; UKCCE (HE/FE); sports coach UK
    • Regionally – SkillsActive; NSA; YST; HE; FE; sports coach UK
    • Sub Regionally – PDMs; SSPs; CSPs; LAs; LDAs; Clubs; FESCOs; HE; Private Coaching Providers; Coaching Agencies
  • HE/FE PCP NGB SSP YST CSP sports coach UK LA PCP PCP CSP CSP LA LA NGB NGB SSP SSP Coaching System Support Network
  • Headlines within Coaching Services Agreement…
    • Lead the development of Coaching Support Network to support coaches at community level in response to Governing Body Whole Sport Plans
    • Work in partnership with sports coach UK to develop and implement a 3 year Coaching Strategy
    • Support deployment of coaches
    • Recruitment and RIC
    • Evolve Community Sports Coaches Scheme
    • System for PDPs for coaches
    • Communicate with coaches and database
    • Bursary programmes
    • Links between programmes
    • Minimum Standards for Deployment (MSD)
  • Initial Actions for CDMs
    • Initial 'gap analysis' of coaching across the local area.
      • Strengths & weaknesses
      • Assess local priorities
    • Education of key partners
      • What is the CSSN and what will it achieve?
      • Clarify roles and responsibilities
      • Create buy-in & ownership
    • Establishment of an effective mechanism
      • That allows the identification of coaching need across local area
      • linked up to identified National need from NGBs.
    • Collation of all funding for coaches and coaching
      • across the local area
      • highlight criteria involved in each 'pot'.
      • linked to regional and national funding pots.
  • Physical Activity & Fitness
    • Physical Activity workforce planning
      • Who’s role?
      • Who supports?
      • What standards?
      • Who assess supply and demand?
      • Identification of key partners & stakeholders
      • Identification of gaps & priorities
      • Raise profile
      • Signposting for users, employers and deployers
  • Our task is quite clear
    • Build a sense of a community of coaches, and instructors
    • Meeting needs of sport & physical activity workforce, complementing not duplicating work of NGBs and other key partners
    • Consistent delivery across England
    • Highest standards of delivery designed to meet the needs and expectations of participants