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    • Providing for Sport In the United Kingdom
    • What are the sports councils?
      • The original Sports Council was founded in 1972.
      • Today we have 4 independent sports councils.
      • Issues to be dealt with at UK level are the responsibility of UK Sports Council.
      • There are also councils in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland as well as England
      • All home country sports councils work in a similar way.
    • What does UK Sport do?
      • UK Sport deals with high-performance sports at the UK
      • They aim to achieve sporting excellence by:
      • Gives full support to our world class performer.
      • Extends the UK’s international sporting influence.
      • Encourages the world’s majors sporting events to come to the UK.
      • Promotes ethical standards of behaviour & provides an anti-doping programme.
    • Who pays for UK Sport?
      • The government gives an annual grant.
      • The National Lottery
    • Where does our £1.00 go….
    • What is UKSI?
      • United Kingdom Sports Institute.
      • It provides:
      • Sports Science
      • Medicine
      • Coaching
      • First Class Facilities
      • For elite sportspeople, teams and their coaches.
    • SPORT ENGLAND What do they do?
      • They aim to lead the development of sport in England, there 3 objectives are:
      • More people involved in sport.
      • More place to play sport.
      • More medals through higher standards of performance.
    • Who pays for Sports England?
      • Sports England gets there funding from:
      • The government gives a grant to each sports council.
      • Commercial activities.
      • It distributes National Lottery money.
    • NGBs?
      • National Governing Bodies
      • What are the national governing bodies of sports?
      • What do the national governing bodies do?
      • Who pays for the national governing bodies?
    • How is Sport England trying to involve more people in sport/
      • Active Schools
      • Active Sports
      • Active Communities
    • How is your local club run?
      • By a committee – elected by members to run the club
      • What do the follow people do?
      • Chairperson Vice-Chairperson
      • Treasurer Secretary Coach
      • Fixtures Secretary Membership Secretary
    • Local sports clubs are for the members
      • Local sports clubs deal with:
      • Administration
      • Facilities
      • Competition
      • Coaching
    • What are the 3 main types of competitions
      • League
      • Knock-Out
      • Ladder