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Foundation Degree in Sports Coaching 
Structure of the UK’s 
Sport Industry 
SPO0026-1 Employment Client Focus 
Carl Page ...
Contents 
Introduction ......................................................................................................
continuum which is the foundation/grass roots level of performers. 
Therefore the implications between the ‘performance’ a...
Additionally direct the department’s connections with the sports provision in Non-Departmental 
Public Bodies (NDPBs) such...
Whereas the National Governing Bodies of Sport (NGBs), these are the fundamental 
communications establishment for distric...
England Strategy 2009-2013 concentrates on sport not sport and active recreation. Sport England 
will even offer world dom...
Whereas Primary Care Trust (PCT), there’s presently one hundred fifty one Primary Care Trusts in 
England. A PCT will oper...
involvement to a consistent UK coaching structure. Increasing coach knowledge and backing which 
matches sports particular...
Relevant Legal and Regulatory Frameworks 
The National framework for Sport, achieve England an Active and Successful Sport...
children. The CRB check allows numerous extra groups to enter the checks as component of fine 
employment way. 
Yet organi...
Carl Page (1008889) Page 11 Foundation Degree in Sports Coaching 
References 
Books 
Honeybourne. J, Hill. M, Moors. H, (2...
Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) What we do, 2012 Olympic games and Paralympic 
Games. Available at: 
http:/...
Clubmark Knowing your club and its community (sports equity). Available at: 
http://www.clubmark.org.uk/about/knowing-your...
NHS Authorities and trusts. Available at: 
http://www.nhs.uk/NHSEngland/thenhs/about/Pages/authoritiesandtrusts.aspx#prima...
NSPCC Standards for safeguarding and protecting children in sport Available at: 
http://www.nspcc.org.uk/Inform/cpsu/helpa...
News 
BBC (2010) Government to merge work of UK Sport and Sport England. Available at: 
http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/fr...
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Structure of the UK’s Sport Industry

The organisation of sport – and hence the Sport Industry of Employers – is very complex and subject to constant changes and modifications, for example when there is a change of national government in the UK and / or success (or failure) on the international stage of our elite sports men and women.

There are three areas to the research:
(1) The difference between the ‘performance’ and the ‘participation’ strands and the implications of this for the Sport Industry;
(2) The differences and interdependencies of the three main sectoral components of the Sport Industry (Public; private; voluntary);
(3) Significant recent and / or proposed changes (such as funding or strategic thinking about the place of sport in society) to the Sport Industry.

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Structure of the UK’s Sport Industry

  1. 1. Foundation Degree in Sports Coaching Structure of the UK’s Sport Industry SPO0026-1 Employment Client Focus Carl Page (1008889) University of Bedfordshire Mr. D Burns
  2. 2. Contents Introduction ................................................................................................................................. 2 The Difference between the ‘Performance’ and the ‘Participation’ Strands and the Implications of This for the Sport Industry............................................................................................................. 2 The Differences and Interdependencies of the Three Main Sectoral Components of the Sport Industry (Public; Private; Voluntary)............................................................................................... 3 Significant Recent And / Or Proposed Changes (Such As Funding or Strategic Thinking about the Place of Sport in Society) To the Sport Industry ....................................................................................... 8 Relevant Legal and Regulatory Frameworks ................................................................................... 9 Conclusion ................................................................................................................................. 10 References ................................................................................................................................. 11 How the Sport Industry is currently organised in the UK (BREO FD Employability Ass 1 710) Carl Page (1008889) Page 2 Foundation Degree in Sports Coaching Introduction In this task I will be explaining how the Sport Industry is currently organised in the United Kingdom. This will be done by researching and demonstrating my understanding of firstly the differences between the ‘performance’ and the ‘participation’ strands and the implications of this for the Sport Industry. Secondary I will be describing the differences and interdependencies of the three main sectoral components of the Sport Industry, the public, private and voluntary sector. Finally I will be giving detail explanations of the significant recent and / or proposed changes for example funding or strategic thinking about the place of sport in society towards the Sport Industry. The Difference between the ‘Performance’ and the ‘Participation’ Strands and the Implications of This for the Sport Industry Firstly in structure of the UK’s Sport Industry it is split into two strands the ‘Performance’ and the ‘Participation’ strand. ‘Performance’ strand is where all the elite level athletes function with other organisations which make up the complex structure of the UK’s Sport Industry. Whereas ‘Participation’ strand works with the other side of the sports development
  3. 3. continuum which is the foundation/grass roots level of performers. Therefore the implications between the ‘performance’ and the ‘participation’ strands are that funding is presented differently all over UK’s sports industry. Since the funding of the sport indus try is done in two ways either primary or joint. Primary funding is obtained directly in the sequence first, while by being joint funded it’s done by two or more organisations concerned with since being in combination of other associations in the sport industry. The Differences and Interdependencies of the Three Main Sectoral Components of the Sport Industry (Public; Private; Voluntary) The public sector is defined as one of the parts of the economy or the business organisation of a country made up of the government and local authorities, nationalised industries and public services. Also it’s known as the government sector. Whereas the private sector is known as one of the parts of the economy of a country, which itself is made up of the corporate sector ( firms owned by private shareholders), the personal sector (individuals and their income and expenditure), and the financial sector (banks and other institutions dealing in money). Finally the voluntary sector is described as not part of statutory provision such as that of social services, and usually maintained at least in part by private charitable donations rather than by government or other official support. Therefore the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) is a major division of government responsible for dealing with Culture, Media and Sport within the United Kingdom. DCMS is joined with the Government Olympic Executive (GOE) in which they manage the complete London 2012 Olympic Games & Paralympics Games. Additionally within the creative industries the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) want to carry on running directly with the extra Government departments and other organizations. Nonetheless the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) with their Non Departmental Public Bodies (NDPBs) do posse numerous accepted associates in which they work overseas. Though with the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) presents advi ce to the Ministers on how to help sport. As they support provision of the sport in the UK, by aspiring to assist to bring the three important preferences that the Minister for Sport has established: 1. Support the bid to bring the 2018 World Cup to England 2. Deliver a safe and successful Olympic Games in 2012 3. Achieve a real and sustainable legacy for the 2012 Olympics Minister for Sport Hugh Robertson aims set out for the DCMS (2010) Carl Page (1008889) Page 3 Foundation Degree in Sports Coaching
  4. 4. Additionally direct the department’s connections with the sports provision in Non-Departmental Public Bodies (NDPBs) such as Sport England, UK Sport and UK Anti-Doping. While with Sport England their primary dependable for the increase great levels of participation sport in the UK. Plus UK Sport produces main sporting competition to the UK through their World Class Events Programme. As well the DCMS even aids projects which support equal opportunities in all the sports. UK Anti-Doping, they are the national body who are in charge for the execution and running of the UK’s anti-doping strategy. As their role is to make sure the sports bodies in the United Kingdom obey to the World Anti-Doping Code. The UK Anti-Doping runs with a range of stakeholders, plus participants, to sustain pure sport. Plus by functioning with participants and sports which increase, showcase tutoring and the record plans. Along with the testing of further than 40 sports, UK Anti - Doping carries out management and be accountable for the controlling of anti -doping law infringements. Since their affiliation with the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), the Association of National Anti-Doping Organisations, the Council of Europe and the International Anti-Doping Agreement being important to UK Anti-Doping’s worldwide actions. Though with the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA), employment is supported through six precedence subjects: accessibility, employment, equality and inclusion, health, safety and security, sustainability, and legacy. The London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) are dependable for arranging and showing London 2012 Games. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) is the highest influence for Olympic Movement. UK Sport is the country’s elite functioning sports agency; accountable for spending above £100 million per year in Britain's greatest Olympic and Paralympic athletes through the Exchequer and National Lottery. Yet for London and ahead of a third run of private sector support - Team 2012 - supplements this public spending. Therefore UK Sport is responsible to the Government because of the Department for Culture, Media and Sport. UK Sport have a incredibly understandable remit at the performance strand of Britain’s sport framework, as they have no aim interest in participation strand of sport. Although the UK Sport operates with the National Governing Bodies and other connected establishments which assist them, to create encouraging effective dealings with the International Federations along with further worldwide organisations. Carl Page (1008889) Page 4 Foundation Degree in Sports Coaching
  5. 5. Whereas the National Governing Bodies of Sport (NGBs), these are the fundamental communications establishment for district sport. As their role is to arrange, control and persuade the nation to get into their sport. However Sport and Recreation Alliance (formerly CCPR) is a company for the leading and ambassador body of sport and recreation within the United Kingdom. Local authority is defined as an administrative unit of local government. Therefore the local government is a great help source for sport which promotes the neighboring area. British Olympic Association role within sport in the UK through to 2012 Yet the British Olympic Association is effective, self-governing influence for British Olympic Sport. BOA’s responsibility is to train and direct the countries best athletes’ for the Olympic Games. Plus BOA has the duty for increasing the Olympic Movement all over the United Kingdom. Furthermore BOA provides widespread assistance provisions to Britain’s Olympic participants and their National Governing Bodies during every Olympic phase which helps them in their training for and execution at the Games. Whereas the English Institute of Sport (EIS) runs in collaboration within sport, developing execution via the method of great excellence in sport science and medical maintenance for elite performers. Since a contribution supported organisation by UK Sport, Olympic and Paralympics Sports they’re capable to connect with the EIS throughout their World Class Programme. For instance the EIS encourages the competitors of forty nine National Governing Bodies (NGB's) of sports, these be professional sports Sport England funded Paralympic and Olympic games. The EIS’s numerous connections which help to increase elite sport in England, through the public funders, sport partners and product partners. Thus creating advantages for athletes to reach their optimum performance for competition through use of sports medicine, physiotherapy, sports massage, applied physiology, strength and conditioning, nutrition, psychology and performance lifestyle support. Additionally Sport England, government’s agency in charge for bringing a world class neighborhood sport structure. They function strongly with the National Governing Bodies of Sport (NGB’s) to provide the policy, plus operate in affil iation with the local authorities. For example the Sport Carl Page (1008889) Page 5 Foundation Degree in Sports Coaching
  6. 6. England Strategy 2009-2013 concentrates on sport not sport and active recreation. Sport England will even offer world domination of community level sport. Their funding comes from the National Lottery and Exchequer. Also previously recognised as the English Sports Council, they perform in company with UK Sport who is dependable for elite victory. Plus with the Youth Sport Trust they concentrate on PE and school sport. All accountable to Parliament through the Department for Culture, Media and Sport; includes a position of looking after sports as a legal discussion on development requests these influence playing fields. Consequently produce sport prospects in each neighborhood through centering on increasing and supporting involvement with sport and developing ability progress. Nevertheless they just finance sports or governing bodies which are familiar by every one of the United Kingdom's sport councils. While the County Sports Partnerships (CSP’s) are devoted to functioning jointly to enhance involvement in sport/physical movement. There are forty nine County Sports Partnerships in the network that are dependable for coordinating sport over England. Since the CSP’s local networks consists of; The School Sport Partnerships (SSPs) is a set of schools that run jointly which increases Physical Education and the sporting chances for every youthful group. SSCo Partnership (Youth Sport Trust 2010) Local Authorities National Governing Bodies Clubs Schools And School Sport Partnerships Primary Care Trusts Other Neighboring Agencies Carl Page (1008889) Page 6 Foundation Degree in Sports Coaching
  7. 7. Whereas Primary Care Trust (PCT), there’s presently one hundred fifty one Primary Care Trusts in England. A PCT will operate with local authorities and further agencies which offer healthiness and social care nearby making certain the neighborhood's requirements are being reached. As with Clubmark accreditation this is assisted through the forty nine County Sports Partnerships (CSPs) over the country. Simply clubs which are joined to a Sport England known NGB’s are able to achieve Clubmark certification. Still Youth Sport Trust is a self-governing charity amid an operation to make a positive prospect for youngsters throughout sport and PE. Since paying attention on creating a dominate world PE and sport structure which motivates and connects every youth no matter their age or skill. Youth Sport Trust encourages five hundred and one Sports Colleges and Academies covering England. These schools employ their program interest in sport which increases values, accomplishments and success over each topic. Various Sports Colleges and Academies as well work as center locations for an arrangement of four hundred and fifty School Sport Partnerships. Therefore with sport it begins innovative behaviors for youngsters to direct and volunteer within sport. Whereas English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS), a charity who is dependable for the support and improvement of sport chances for every disabled individual in England. For example running directly with the National Disability Sports Organisations (NDSOs) familiar with Sport England increasing sport openings for the eleven million disabled people in England: BALASA British Blind Sport CP Sport Dwarf Sports Association UK Mencap Sport Special Olympics UK Deaf Sport WheelPower - British Wheelchair Sport SportscoachUK; are a UK-registered charity which back forty six sport National Governing Bodies and the forty nine County Sports Partnerships. Their work is vital for the Youth Sport Trust for rising experienced coaching in schools, Sport England to reach their participation aims in societies and UK Sport for development of great performing participants and London 2012 Games legacy. This is done by sustaining and facing their associates to progress their coaching schemes and develop their Carl Page (1008889) Page 7 Foundation Degree in Sports Coaching
  8. 8. involvement to a consistent UK coaching structure. Increasing coach knowledge and backing which matches sports particular plans and supports with community guidelines. Finally offer studies and fine performance which promotes coaching. Significant Recent And / Or Proposed Changes (Such As Funding or Strategic Thinking about the Place of Sport in Society) To the Sport Industry Within the Conservative’s before voting strategy their file pledged to be the cause of Sport England, UK Sport and Youth Sports Trust will be all together, yet to keep their own split selves. Although after the 2010 General Election formed a Conservative-Liberal coalition in which they made available an assessment of the Non-Departmental Public Body’s (NDPB’s). An example of this is a recent proposed changes happening to the Sport Industry is the merging of UK Sport and Sport England. This is supposedly going to create a more successful structure which provides elite sport achievement along with a further sporting legacy from the London 2012 Games. For instance on 26th July 2010 "Today's statement builds upon the Minister's previous announcement of the location of UK Sport and Sport England under a single roof," said Sport England's Chairman Richard Lewis. The Conservatives' pre-election policy document promised to bring Sport England, UK Sport and the Youth Sports Trust under a single roof but to retain their separate identities. "The news that the Department is planning to merge UK Sport with Sport England goes further than we had previously expected," said UK Sport Chair, Baroness Sue Campbell. Consequently UK Sport and Sport England starting to merge together the government published; The two sporting organisations become one so that it slices away the administration. The combination wish to 'create a more effective structure to deliver success' A quango is basically a business that is capable of operating autonomously of the government which invests into it. Yet the United Kingdom’s government explanation in 1997 of a Non -Departmental Public Body (NDPB) or quango was; “A body which has a role in the processes of national government, but is not a government department or part of one, and which accordingly operates to a greater or lesser extent at arm's length from Ministers.” Therefore in the United Kingdom a Non- Departmental Public Body (NDPB) this is frequently known as a quango. Carl Page (1008889) Page 8 Foundation Degree in Sports Coaching
  9. 9. Relevant Legal and Regulatory Frameworks The National framework for Sport, achieve England an Active and Successful Sporting Nation. The idea for 2020 was announced by Sport England during 2004. The preparation of nationwide policy states: ‘…improvements should be made to planning frameworks to ensure that provision for sport is included ’. The must for principles of sport organisations existed firstly recognised during the 2000 National Action Plan for Child Protection in Sport. Early efforts were done by Sport England Governing Body Services, with discussion with stakeholder sets. Afterwards it was advanced and assembled on through the Sport Task Force on Policy and Standards. Since original editions of the principles were accepted by NSPCC, Sport England and the Sports Minister in September 2002 was announced February 2003. Additionally standard ten reveals the alterations in sport and increasing responsibility various sport organisations which control the provision of regional sport. During this sport organisations include the prospect to support and endorse the approval and execution of procedures of safeguarding youngsters with partner organisations. Furthermore Sport England has completed functioning regarding reaching the principles a provision of funding support moreover they’re compulsory for National Governing Bodies and County Sport Partnerships. Besides Sport England extensively been employed amid policy progression this encourages the benefit of sport and leisure at regional, sub-regional and local stages. Sport England's thirty guidelines aims for sport and leisure involving: resource provision and safety, sport in the built-up borders, broad countryside, authorised points plus the running of sport services. Although the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 (HSWA) involves protection the health safety and welfare of individuals at work and ones influenced by work performances. Relevance to Private Members Clubs: control subjected through the Health and Safety Commission under Section 18 of the Health and Safety at Work. While sports equity it’s concerns shifting the culture and structure of sport to guarantee that it develops similarly available to each participants of civilisation whatever their age, ability, gender, race, ethnicity, sexuality or socio-economic status. Likewise safeguarding of children in sport and protecting vulnerable adults through the Every Child Matters Agenda certifies every youngster is protected and clubs include legal obligation. Plus they’re dependable to safeguarding and caring the children. Consequently when employing its required a Criminal Records Bureau check. Preceding to 2002 the entry to police checks was mostly limited to organisations in the legal division for staff which included considerable unverified entrance to Carl Page (1008889) Page 9 Foundation Degree in Sports Coaching
  10. 10. children. The CRB check allows numerous extra groups to enter the checks as component of fine employment way. Yet organisations have lawful requirements whenever it reaches to the gathering and utilising of individual information offer by anyone undertaking in actions through the Data Protection Act. The DPA has eight principles which are; 1) Fairly and lawfully processed 2) Processed for limited purposes 3) Adequate, relevant and not excessive 4) Accurate and up to date 5) Not kept for longer than is necessary 6) Processed in line with your rights 7) Secure 8) Not transferred to other countries outside the European Economic Area (EEA) without adequate protection. Also as SportscoachUK and National Governing Bodies for participant sports is the major position spot for Level 2 qualifications. Since coaching it reaches the UK Coaching Framework with familiar known levels for every sport. Furthermore when possessing an emergency first aid certificate can offer emergency medical treatment for somebody who is ill or injured, given before more thorough medical attention can be obtained. Carl Page (1008889) Page 10 Foundation Degree in Sports Coaching Conclusion Through this assignment I was able to see how intricate the Sport Industry is currently organised in the United Kingdom. Consequently increase my understanding of the hierarchy arrangement of the sport sector in the UK. From the managing to the developing side of sport to all the different organisations involved which all link together helping to sustain sport. Since thi s is done currently efficiently and effectively through the government’s rules, regulations, laws and their political structures which update and encourage the approach of offering sport to different ages and abilities across the country. Although with the some planned major current transformations to sport with the funding and the operation of sport may possibly change the face of sport in society towards the in the coming years of UK’s sport industry after the London 2012 Games for better or worse I’m no t too sure.
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  • merterkan798

    Apr. 20, 2015

The organisation of sport – and hence the Sport Industry of Employers – is very complex and subject to constant changes and modifications, for example when there is a change of national government in the UK and / or success (or failure) on the international stage of our elite sports men and women. There are three areas to the research: (1) The difference between the ‘performance’ and the ‘participation’ strands and the implications of this for the Sport Industry; (2) The differences and interdependencies of the three main sectoral components of the Sport Industry (Public; private; voluntary); (3) Significant recent and / or proposed changes (such as funding or strategic thinking about the place of sport in society) to the Sport Industry.

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