Presentation on theme: "Colleges & Universities Sports Association of Ireland Recreational Sports Participation."— Presentation transcript:
Colleges & Universities Sports Association of Ireland Recreational Sports Participation
Page 2 Initial Question Student Recreation Sports Participation Does CUSAI have a role? If so what?
Page 3 Questions Student Recreation Sports Participation 1.What is our benchmark? 2.A national or a local challenge? 3.What role for CUSAI? 4.What next?
Page 4 Coaching Ireland LISPA Model
Page 5 LISPA – Third Level: Competition
Page 6 Competitive Events
Page 7 CUSAI’s Current Role
Page 8 LISPA Recreation
Page 9 LISPA – Third Level: Organised Sport & Active Recreation
Page 10 Participation Benefits
Page 11 Participation Formats
Page 12 Participation Facilitators
Page 13 Participation Barriers
Page 14 Its not me its you: Personal Barriers Opinion of sports Low physical literacy Unmotivated Competing priorities –Time & effort of participating –Part time work demands Lack of follow through.
Page 15 Its not you its me: Organisational Barriers Semesterisation Continuous Assessment Lack of / inappropriate facilities Sports facilities as exam venues Limited induction / orientation / first step sports programmes Limited range of sports / clubs Narrow concept of sport: more Bollywood and less athletics Over emphasis on competitive v fun / social outcomes
Page 16 What is our benchmark? Some locations record a 60% participation rate. Sports Hill alludes to a 70% participation rate.
Page 17 What is our benchmark? Quality Criteria: opportunities, diversity, low barriers? Data: numbers participating, consistency, international comparisons?
Page 18 Reaching the Benchmark A Local or a National Challenge?
Page 19 Reaching the Benchmark What key actions are required? Does CUSAI have a role? What can this role be?
Page 21 CUSAI Role What level for future CUSAI Involvement: Strategic: identify objectives, targets, actions and drive outcomes via a sub committee. Operational: organise & promote events, communicate opportunities / case studies.
Page 22 Conclusion Student Recreation Sports Participation 1.What is our benchmark? 2.A national or a local challenge? 3.What role for CUSAI? 4.What next?
Page 23 If so then what is CUSAI’s role?
Page 24 Solutions: Does CUSAI have a broader role? National: Sports Partnerships, Sports NGB programmes, Commercial sector. Local: On campus sports staff, facilities & programmes. CUSAI: Strategic? Operational? Support?
Page 25 Participation Data Average Clubs = 17% of registered students (70% Male, 30% Female). Average recreational classes = 12% of registered students (55% female 45% male).