Club / Facility Standards: The Impact on Your Club Business

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Club / Facility Standards: The Impact on Your Club Business

  1. 1. 12th Annual IHRSA European Congress Club / Facility Standards: The Impact on Your Club Business Moderated by Kilian Fisher Club / Facility Standards: The Impact on Your Club Business Club / Facility Standards: The Impact on Your Club Business Moderator: Kilian Fisher, Director Momentum Connect Ltd, IHRSA Europe Council, IHRSA representative to BIAC & OECD Panelists: Ø Paul Eigenmann, CEO, Qualicert Ø Jean Ann Marnoch, Registrar, REPS UK Club / Facility Standards: The Impact on Your Club Business •  Understand the benefits of standards and how they can boost membership sales and retention. •  Explore how to raise staff qualifications. •  Discover how to increase credibility with key influencers. •  Gain insight into how to reduce insurance costs. •  Learn how to protect against burdensome government regulation. Business is Changing •  Risk Management • Corporate Governance/Increased regulations • Differentiation other than price •  Increasing Insurance costs- Buildings/People/Health • Industry Credibiliy to financiers/medical/health/OECD etc • Increased alternatives to Fitness Clubs Global People Standards Ø  European Eurofit and ECVET Fitness Projects Ø  ICREPS, REPS UK, REPS Ireland, Aus, NZ, SA Ø  New/Developing National Registers Ø  Other associated Sports/Leisure/Fitness: Ø  European Frameworks/standards/Qualifications: Outdoor Sector, Sports Facility Mgmt, Adapted Physical Activity- EIPET/ APA-VET, Global Club Standards USA- MFA, ACSM, NSF Switzerland- Qualitop Germany- DIN Ireland- ILAM White Flag UK- Quest, FIA Code New Zealand- Fitness NZ Australia- Fitness Australia
  2. 2. 12th Annual IHRSA European Congress Club / Facility Standards: The Impact on Your Club Business Moderated by Kilian Fisher U.S. Standardization System American National Standards Institute (ANSI) A private, non-profit organization that administers and coordinates the U.S. voluntary standardization and conformity assessment systems Why an ANSI Standard? 1.  ANSI process helps ensure the development of a single American National Standard that does not overlap or conflict with other American National Standards 2.  Use of an accredited, audited process enhances credibility of the resulting standard 3.  ANSI requirements ensure the opportunity for all affected stakeholders to participate in the standards development process NSF International The Public Health and Safety Company Health/Fitness Facilities Standards Live Safer™ Current Draft Health/Fitness Facilities Standards Available at: www.standards.nsf.org Other Standards examples Ø NSF/ANSI 50 – 2012: Equipment for swimming pools, spas, hot tubs and other Ø recreational water facilities Ø EN Standards for Swimming Operations/ Fitness Equipment/ Aquatics/ Play Equipment and Safety/Sports etc Ø BS, ISO`, NSAI Goalposts example of process/Industry involvement Open Forum Ø QUESTIONS AND DISCUSSION Ø What are the Key Concerns in your business? Ø Have you a Risk Management Strategy? Ø Does this include standards as part of your action plan?
  3. 3. 12th Annual IHRSA European Congress Club / Facility Standards: The Impact on Your Club Business Moderated by Kilian Fisher Kilian Fisher, Director Momentum Connect Ltd, IHRSA Europe Council, IHRSA representative to BIAC & OECD Ø kilian@kilianfisher.eu Ø www.momentumbd.co.uk Ø www.kilianfisher.eu Ø T (UK Office) +442079172780 Ø M +353894322125 REGISTER OF EXERCISE PROFESSIONALSREGISTER OF EXERCISE PROFESSIONALS The Register of Exercise Professionals Jean-Ann Marnoch, Registrar   REGISTER OF EXERCISE PROFESSIONALS Currently  in  UK   Ø Approx 65-70% of the total market Ø Last 3 years grown approx 5% pa Ø Refuse approx 4- 6% pa Ø Complaints resulted in 8 removals Ø Over 65% Level 3 – up 40% since 2003 Ø 78% re register REGISTER OF EXERCISE PROFESSIONALS Who  can  Join?   Ø Membership is Voluntary Ø Currently Competent Ø Meet the agreed National Standards Ø Public Liability Insurance Ø REPs Code of Ethical Conduct Ø Continual Professional Development REGISTER OF EXERCISE PROFESSIONALS Growth of Categories     %  Growth   2006   2007   2008   2009   2010   2011   Gym  Instructors   51%   12915   14816   16742   17594   18592   19448   Exercise  to  Music   24%   5396   5945   6328   6337   6647   6711   Aqua   -­‐8%   1041   1037   945   1021   992   962   Children   24%   493   521   571   590   603   613   Personal  Trainers   84%   6364   7482   8625   9216   10079   11713   Pilates   107%   800   855   1266   1339   1460   1652   Yoga   65%   796   898   1240   1272   1146   1312   Ad.  Fitness   Instructor   157%   4396   6688   9981   11291   12106   11279   Older  Adults   -­‐31%   1809   1594   1481   1423   1353   1243   Ante  &  Post     -­‐10%   1877   1721   1691   1706   1651   1693   Disability   3%   235   268   254   239   243   243   Exercise  Referral   23%   1749   2059   2157   2195   2144   2148   Level  4   55%   713   808   1028   1076   1119   1104   REGISTER OF EXERCISE PROFESSIONALSREGISTER OF EXERCISE PROFESSIONALS
  4. 4. 12th Annual IHRSA European Congress Club / Facility Standards: The Impact on Your Club Business Moderated by Kilian Fisher REGISTER OF EXERCISE PROFESSIONALS Consultation Ø  4 National Employer Events Ø  4 National Consultation Events Ø  The REPs membership Ø  Training and Certification Organisations Ø  Anyone with an interest in the industry REGISTER OF EXERCISE PROFESSIONALS Continual Professional Development (CPD) (CEC) Ø  24 points over 2 years Ø  Approx 1 hour = 1 REPs point Ø  Training for CPD submitted for ‘Endorsement’ Ø  Quality Assured Ø  Endorsement Panel Ø  Allocated REPs CPD Points Ø  3000 on Training Portal Ø  120 Training Provider License Ø  International Portability REGISTER OF EXERCISE PROFESSIONALS REPs  ac6vepassport   Monitor  your  CPD   Check  your  REPs  membership    Renew  your  membership     Check  out  the  latest  offers    Receive  news  from  any   linked  organisaons  e.g.   Employer/training  provider    Generate  a  CV  from  the  details  you  have  uploaded    Log  your  CPD  and   qualificaons.  You   can  use  the   acvepassport  as  an   online  store  for  your   cerficates.    Upload  a  photo   REGISTER OF EXERCISE PROFESSIONALS The Register brings Credibility and Clarity Gain trust and respect of allied health professions Ø Joint Consultative Forum (6 Royal Colleges) Ø Draft exercise referral scheme standards REGISTER OF EXERCISE PROFESSIONALSREGISTER OF EXERCISE PROFESSIONALS Interna6onal   benchmarking   Australia, New Zealand, Europe, Ireland, South Africa REGISTER OF EXERCISE PROFESSIONALS ICREPs Ø  Mapped  standards     Ø  Not  a  Register     Ø  Table  of  portability     Ø  Global  template  standards     Ø  Join  ICREPs  –  Associate  or  Full   Ø  Accreditaon  of  Training  in  non  European  Countries   where  NO  Naonal  Register  Exists    
  5. 5. 12th Annual IHRSA European Congress Club / Facility Standards: The Impact on Your Club Business Moderated by Kilian Fisher REGISTER OF EXERCISE PROFESSIONALS REPs  App     Ø  Connect  to  your  clients:  Track  a  run,  plan  a  session,   provide  nutrional  advice  and  send  messages   Ø  Free  to  download   Ø  Only  REPs  members  can  connect  to  clients   REGISTER OF EXERCISE PROFESSIONALS Further  informa6on?    Jean-­‐Ann  Marnoch,  Registrar,  REPs        E-­‐Mail:  Jean-­‐Ann@exerciseregister.org    Tel:      +44  20  7632  2014     Thank  you    

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