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Csp case study using incentives to encourage recording of hours - sassot

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Csp case study using incentives to encourage recording of hours - sassot

  1. 1. CSP Case StudyUsing incentives to encourage recording of hours - SASSOT Sport Across Staffordshire and Stoke- on-Trent (SASSOT) has implemented an incentive programme to encourage Sport Makers to record more hours. Read on to find out what they do and what has and hasn’t worked for them…
  2. 2. CSP Case StudyUsing incentives to encourage recording of hours - SASSOT What incentives have the CSP tried?
  3. 3. CSP Case StudyUsing incentives to encourage recording of hours - SASSOT • £100 worth of Love2Shop high street vouchers. • £100 worth of Amazon vouchers. These incentives were given away through a prize draw, which was open to all Sport Makers who recorded their first 10 hours during a certain period. • SASSOT Sport Makers branded hooded tops This incentive was available only to Sport Makers who attended an event at a local college. The CSP revisited the college two to three months after the event and asked students to record their hours there and then. Any who recorded 10+ hours was given a top.
  4. 4. CSP Case StudyUsing incentives to encourage recording of hours - SASSOT What was the result of the incentives?
  5. 5. CSP Case StudyUsing incentives to encourage recording of hours - SASSOT • Love2Shop vouchers resulted in 3 Sport Makers recording 10+ hours. • Amazon vouchers resulted in 12 Sport Makers recording 10+ hours. • Hooded tops have so far resulted in 40 Sport Makers recording 10+ hours.
  6. 6. CSP Case StudyUsing incentives to encourage recording of hours - SASSOT Top tips on making incentives work
  7. 7. CSP Case StudyUsing incentives to encourage recording of hours - SASSOT • Monitor and evaluate incentive schemes - the CSP evaluated the voucher incentive scheme and found that it was not cost effective. With this in mind, they have reduced investment in this area and instead focussed on hooded tops and partner incentives. • Find out what your Sport Makers want – SASSOT found that vouchers were not an incentive to the students, but that hooded tops were, which resulted in a successful incentive scheme. • Revisiting Sport Makers – the CSP returned to the local college two to three months after the event. This enabled them to collect recorded hours, reward those Sport Makers who had completed 10+ hours and also remind and encourage the other Sport Makers who hadn’t reached 10 hours to do more sport making.
  8. 8. CSP Case StudyUsing incentives to encourage recording of hours - SASSOT SASSOT’s future incentive schemes
  9. 9. CSP Case StudyUsing incentives to encourage recording of hours - SASSOT • Incentivising organisations – SASSOT are starting to offer incentives to some colleges which provide Sport Makers. For each Sport Maker who records 10+ hours, the CSP gives the college £10 to be spent on enhancing the education and development of their Sport Makers (as long as a minimum of 50% of their attendees record 10+ hours). • Incentivising workplace Sport Makers – the CSP are considering incentivising Sport Makers from workplaces by paying for team days out once a certain number record 10+ hours. One workplace has asked for a donation to be made to charity for each Sport Maker who records 10 hours.
  10. 10. CSP Case StudyUsing incentives to encourage recording of hours - SASSOT For more information, please contact: Chris Milward, SASSOT Email – cmilward@staffordbc.gov.uk Phone – 01785 619681

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