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    • Unit 25 – Work-based Experience Session 2 Sectors & Providers of Sport
    • Aims and Objectives
      • All students will be able to identify the sectors and providers of sport in the UK
      • Some students will be able to evaluate the benefit that the sectors and providers bring to sport in the UK
      • A few students will be able to analyse the impact that sectors and providers have on their future career opportunities in sport
    • How is Sport Provided for the UK
      • Opportunities for sport in the UK falls into 3 major categories.
      • TASK – what do you think these categories are?
    • How is Sport Provided for the UK
      • Health and Fitness – gyms, health clubs, leisure centres
      • Sport and Recreation – football, hockey, netball and swimming clubs etc
      • Outdoor Education – outdoor pursuits centres, water sports centres and ski-slopes etc
    • Sectors in Sport
      • These categories of sport are then provided by different sectors;
      • Public Sector
      • Private Sector
      • Voluntary Sector
      • What do you know about each sector?
      • Briefly describe what you think each sector does for sport in the UK
    • Public Sector
      • Definition
      • “institutions funded by money collected from the public in the form of direct and indirect tax”
    • Government Involvement in Sport National Government Develops policies for Sport Funds Sports Councils & Distributes Lottery Money Passes Laws
    • Public Sector – National Government
      • It does not fund buildings or the running of facilities – but it provides money to other organisations to spend on sport.
      • It provides grants and loans as well as providing technical support and assistance.
      • Sport is the responsibility of the Department of Culture Media and Sport (DCMS).
    • Public Sector – National Government
      • The DCMS has the following roles;
      • Represents interests of sport, arts, tourism and heritage.
      • Promotes sporting success at higher levels
      • Helps develop government sports strategy
    • Public Sector – National Government
      • Funds other agencies involved in sports provision
      • Distributes money raised by the National Lottery
      • Funds the Sports Councils in Britain and Northern Ireland – (Sport England for where we live in North-West England)
    • Sport England
      • The main purpose is to;
      • Get more people involved in sport
      • Provide more places to play sport
      • Win more medals through higher standards of performance
    • Public Sector – Local Government Sport and Physical Recreation Outdoor Sport Indoor Sport Recreation Countryside Activities Playing fields Pitches Golf Courses Bowling greens Stadiums Ski slopes Swimming Pools Ice rinks Gymnasiums Sports Halls Leisure centres Play Spaces Parks Open Spaces Country Parks Water Sports Beaches Lakes and Rivers
    • TASK
      • For each of the sections in the previous diagram list places in the area you live where you can attend this provision.
    • Private-Sector
      • Definition
      • “sport is provided by individuals or groups of individuals who invest their own money in the facilities with the main aim of making a profit”.
    • Private-Sector
      • Two main reasons for providing sport;
      • To make a return on their investment for themselves and their shareholders
      • To make a profit out of sport
      • Able to respond quickly to change
      • Able to have fewer customers but larger profits
    • Providers in the Private Sector
      • TASK – Name providers in the following areas;
      • Health and Fitness
      • Active Sports
      • Spectator Sports
    • Voluntary Sectors
      • Definition
      • “clubs that operate as non-profit-making organisations and which are essentially managed by and for amateur sportsmen and women.”
      • How might the sector work with the Public and Private Sectors?
    • Funding in the Voluntary Sector
      • To help with funding in this sector sponsorship may be gained from the Private Sector.
      • Use of Public Sector facilities is also common – for a subsidised fee.
      • Further funds are gained by charging membership or subscription fees – these generally cover costs.
    • Funding in the Voluntary Sector
      • Further funds can be gained through;
      • National Lottery Grants
      • National Governing Body Grants
      • Government Grants
      • Local authority Grants
      • Normally used to help build or improve facilities
    • Voluntary Clubs in Your Area
      • Task
      • List the voluntary clubs in your area for at least 4 sports.
    • Partnerships
      • This occurs when two or more sectors come together to provide opportunities for sport
      • Can you think of examples of this?
    • Partnerships
      • Huddersfield Galpharm stadium (formerly the McAlpine Stadium)
      • Built as a partnership between Kirklees Local Authority (20%), Huddersfield Town FC (40%) and Huddersfield Giants (40%).
      • Sponsorship of the stadium has also been provided by private sector companies.
    • Partnerships
      • Another method of sectors working together is Compulsory Competitive Tendering (CCT).
      • This process involves Public sector facilities being run by Private sector companies – with competition between companies to see who can create the best bid > then given a contract > to make profit for the centre.