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Unit 301 events organisation in a sport and leisure environment

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Unit 301 events organisation in a sport and leisure environment

  1. 1. Unit 301 Events organisation in a sport and leisure environment Tutor Guidance 1. Explain the unit outcomes and check understanding. 2. Present students with unit assessments and processes for submission. 3. Utilise the PowerPoint to support lesson delivery, and student understanding. 4. Allow for students to record lesson information to support them in their assessment. 5. Consolidate after each lesson. 6. Link theory lesson outcomes with practical delivery. 7. Consolidate and link the practical and theory aspects with the unit outcomes and assessment. 8. Utilise any and all resources to support and deliver the unit outcomes for example – quizzes, risk assessments, health and safety checklist, injuries in football, video clips. Level 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26)
  2. 2. Unit 301 Events organisation in a sport and leisure environment Student Guidance 1. Review the unit standards, on Blackboard. 2. Access unit assessment from Blackboard. 3. Save assessment in your documents. 4. Take part within group discussions. 5. Record notes/ findings from both practical and theory lessons. 6. Ask questions, to establish understanding. 7. Take active role within practical lessons. 8. Clear submission date and procedure. 9. Clearly read the assessment requirements for example, prepare a presentation, write a report, produce a leaflet. Level 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26)
  3. 3. Unit 301 Events organisation in a sport and leisure environment Unit aim This unit introduces learners to the principles and planning of events in a sport and leisure environment. It will enable learners to identify and consider the role and responsibilities of stakeholders. Learning outcomes There are four outcomes to this unit. The learner will be able to: 301.1: Understand the range and characteristics of events in sport and leisure environments 301.2: Know the roles and responsibilities of key personnel in the organisation of an event. 301.3: Understand how to plan and evaluate an event 301.4: Understand the consideration of attendees at different types of events Guided learning hours It is recommended that 27 hours should be allocated for this unit. This may be on a full-time or parttime basis. Level 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26)
  4. 4. The greatest discovery of my generation is that a human being can alter his life by altering his attitudes Level 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26)
  5. 5. Outcome 1 Understand the range and characteristics of events in sport and leisure environments Assessment Criteria The learner can: 1. identify the range of objectives in sport and leisure events 2. describe the scope of events in sport and leisure environments 3. describe the characteristics of sport and leisure events. Level 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26)
  6. 6. Outcome 1 Understand the range and characteristics of events in sport and leisure environments Range Range Commercial, entertainment, goodwill, raising profile, rights fees, attracting sponsorship, grassroots development, profitable and successful Events Sports competitions, shows, exhibitions, presentations, charity events, tournaments, displays, social events, fairs Characteristics Non routine, unprogrammed, happen at one time, big lead in time, draws an audience, attracts media attention, involves many stakeholders Level 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26)
  7. 7. A good manager can, at best, make a team 10% better. But a bad manager can make a team up to 50% worse Giovanni Trapattoni Level 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26)
  8. 8. Outcome 2 - Know the roles and responsibilities of key personnel in the organisation of an event Assessment Criteria The learner can: 1. identify the stakeholders of an event 2. identify the principal responsibilities of the event organiser 3. identify the principal responsibilities of event staff involved in running events. Level 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26)
  9. 9. Outcome 2 - Know the roles and responsibilities of key personnel in the organisation of an event Range Stakeholders Event organisers, sponsors, regular customers, centre staff, managers, specialist staff, health & safety executives, local authority, emergency services, spectators, local residents, occupier, voluntary staff Level 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26)
  10. 10. Outcome 2 - Know the roles and responsibilities of key personnel in the organisation of an event Responsibilities Event organiser Health & safety, staffing, budget, operation of event, timetable, main point of contact, publicity and marketing, ticket sales, environmental issues (waste, carbon footprint, noise pollution) Event staff Following normal operating procedures, emergency action plans, reporting to management, health and safety of selves and others, cooperating with other stakeholders, officiating Level 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26)
  11. 11. Listen, don’t just ‘hear’........ INSERT VISUAL Level 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26)
  12. 12. Outcome 3 Understand how to plan and evaluate an event Assessment Criteria The learner can: 1. describe the prerequisites for preparing venue/facility for an event. 2. describe the elements of a safety plan for an event 3. identify the checklists required to prepare for an event 4. describe the types of unplanned situations that may arise 5. describe the importance of evaluating an event. Level 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26)
  13. 13. Outcome 3 Understand how to plan and evaluate an event Range Prerequisites Notice of closure, closure, clearance, cleaning, obtaining equipment, moving equipment into place, set up, security, final checks Safety plan Management, responsibilities, risk assessments, EAPs, liaison with emergency services, contingency plans, communications, contact details, supervision of safety control measures, controlled access, training, information, site plans Level 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26)
  14. 14. Outcome 3 Understand how to plan and evaluate an event Range Checklists Equipment, staffing, facilities, cleaning, safety, volunteers, exit routes Unplanned situations Unforeseen events, wet weather, overcrowding, power failure, stock shortages, staff shortages, accidents/incidents, poor ticket sales, ‘acts of God’ (flood, fire, earthquake) Level 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26)
  15. 15. You don’t have to have been a horse to become a good jockey Level 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26)

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