Board Skills for SportSession 1
The structure of the sportand recreation sector
Aims• The sporting and funding landscape• Public accountability• International Federations
The Sporting Landscape: Who’s WhoNationalGoverningBodiessportscoach UKSport England/NI/Scotland/WalesClubsCommonwealthGame...
UK Sport• Established by Royal Charter in 1997, UK Sportis responsible for investing around £100million of public funds ea...
Sport England• Focused on helping people and communitiesacross the country create a sporting habit forlife– Places People ...
Other Home Nations• Sport Northern Ireland– To promote a culture of lifelong enjoyment and success in sportwhich contribut...
The relationship• Evolution• Accountable officer• Shape the future
Domestic landscape• Clubs• Schools, Colleges, Universities• Local authorities• Government (departments/agencies)• Commerci...
International landscape• International Federations:– Worldwide development and increasedparticipation– Uniformity of rules...
International Hockey FederationThe FIH is the international governing body for the sport of hockey. Its missionis to:• Enc...
International influence• Historical background• UK Sport: International Leadership Programme• The future– Committee member...
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Board Skills for Sport – session one

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The Board Skills for Sport course is the only course designed specifically to help train board members in sport and recreation organisations.

Find out more by visiting: http://www.sportandrecreation.org.uk/programmes-initiatives/boardroom/board-skills-sport

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Board Skills for Sport – session one

  1. 1. Board Skills for SportSession 1
  2. 2. The structure of the sportand recreation sector
  3. 3. Aims• The sporting and funding landscape• Public accountability• International Federations
  4. 4. The Sporting Landscape: Who’s WhoNationalGoverningBodiessportscoach UKSport England/NI/Scotland/WalesClubsCommonwealthGamesAssociationsUK Sport Institutes of SportInternationalFederationsBritishOlympicAssociationBritishParalympicAssociationSport &RecreationAllianceYouth Sport TrustSportsLeaders UKOtherOrganisationsSchools, Colleges,UniversitiesCounty SportsPartnershipsIOC/IPC
  5. 5. UK Sport• Established by Royal Charter in 1997, UK Sportis responsible for investing around £100million of public funds each year – from boththe National Lottery and the Exchequer – inhigh performance sport.– Performance– Major Events– International• www.uksport.gov.uk
  6. 6. Sport England• Focused on helping people and communitiesacross the country create a sporting habit forlife– Places People Play– Sports clubs, voluntary or communityorganisations, local authorities, schools, collegesand universities• www.sportengland.org
  7. 7. Other Home Nations• Sport Northern Ireland– To promote a culture of lifelong enjoyment and success in sportwhich contributes to a healthy, fair and prosperous society– www.sportni.net• Sport Scotland– We see a Scotland where sport is a way of life. In everything wedo we act in the best interests of Scottish sport - putting sportfirst– www.sportscotland.org.uk• Sport Wales– From grassroots sport to the Millennium Stadium, we want todevelop a nation of champions– www.sportwales.org.uk
  8. 8. The relationship• Evolution• Accountable officer• Shape the future
  9. 9. Domestic landscape• Clubs• Schools, Colleges, Universities• Local authorities• Government (departments/agencies)• Commercial partners
  10. 10. International landscape• International Federations:– Worldwide development and increasedparticipation– Uniformity of rules– World Championships and events
  11. 11. International Hockey FederationThe FIH is the international governing body for the sport of hockey. Its missionis to:• Encourage, promote, develop and control hockey at all levels throughoutthe world• Support and maintain the ideals and objects of the Olympic movementand in particular the fight against doping• Exercise jurisdiction over and to determine disputes or disagreementsbetween Members, between Continental Federations, between Membersand Continental Federations, between Athletes and FIH and betweenAthletes and a Continental Federation• Establish and maintain an efficient administration• Preserve the independence of the FIH in all matters directly or indirectlyconcerning Hockey without the intervention of any outside authority; and• Conduct itself and take such administrative, financial or other actions asare necessary and in conformity with and in furtherance of its objects.
  12. 12. International influence• Historical background• UK Sport: International Leadership Programme• The future– Committee membership– Key roles– Events

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