2 Conference Objectives To increase momentum and ACTION on implementing plans for Ontario sportTo establish clear responsibilities and accountabilities for ACTIONTo focus SAO plans and priorities on collective ACTION
3 Conference Design Saturday 9:00 - 5:00 Presentation to set context for actionOntario Sport Action Plan using CSP Pillars: Participation, Excellence, Capacity, InteractionSmall groups review OSAP gaps areas and determine priorities and plans for collective actionEstablish monitoring and accountability
4 Conference Design Saturday 5:00 - 7:00 Social and cheering on Canada’s Olympians
5 Conference Design Sunday 9:00 - 1:00 Review Collective Action Plan SAO Strategic Framework and PrioritiesNext Steps in Collective ActionContinuing Momentum
6 Participant Introductions Move to the assigned tableIntroduce yourself to others at your table answering the following:Name, Sport, Where FromWhy you signed up for the Conference?What will make this weekend a success for you?
7 Milestones: A long History Best Ever OntarioDoubled funding to PSOs to ‘88 OlympicsAthlete Development FocusFAME ProgramParticipation DevelopmentProgram eventually discontinued
8 Program Devolution 1985-1993: Transfer of Programs to OSRC Coaching ,Safety, Athlete AssistanceFAMESome Programs Wound Down
9 Fast Forward Conference-1995 Identified Key IssuesEstablished the Sport AllianceRelationship with Gov. RedefinedNew Programs DevelopedDeveloped New AlliancesFailure of Common VoiceMany of the Same Issues Still Exist today
10 Canadian Sport Policy-2002 First Ever Intergovernmental PolicyEnhanced ParticipationEnhanced ExcellenceEnhanced CapacityEnhanced InteractionAll Jurisdictions Agreed on Framework
11 CSP- Continued New $ in Participation-8.8 million Accountability FrameworkNo $ for Facilities and InfrastructureStill a lot to do !
12 Active 2010 Ontario Government has a Clear Strategy Action Plans and Targets EstablishedAdditional $ 1.5 Million for PSOsCIAF a key piece…$ 5.8 Million (05-06)
13 Active 2010 Con’t Ontario Trails Strategy (Oct.05 ) Youth Sports Promotion Campaign( )Government Only StrategyDivides Sport and Physical Activity
14 Ontario Sport Action Plan Goals 17 PrioritiesAligned with CSP pillarsDesigned to move sport forward in Ont.Steering Committee of StakeholdersA large inventory of AccomplishmentsStill a great deal to be done
15 Community Use of Schools Very Positive Intervention by GovernmentInvested $20 Million to Address ProblemAllows access to school facilities at reasonable feesSome Boards not taking advantage
16 Federal-Provincial Bilaterals Ontario’s “Sport for More” programAdvance Goals of CSP and Active 2010Target to Increase ParticipationTotal of $6.1 Million over 4 years
17 Creation of New Ministry Ministry of Health Promotion-June 2005Sport on Government AgendaCapitalize on Synergies with HealthPotential Coordination with CommunitySport Needs to Position ItselfPositive vehicle for Social and Community Development
18 Lottery for Sport Jan. 11 2006 - $2.5 Million in this fiscal Focus in three areasPotential of $10 Million in 2006Governments commitment to SportMay be some concern over gaming link
19 MHP Strategic Plan- Jan 2006 Roundtables for inputNew Ministry- clear directionCurrently under revisionSport originally left off
20 PSO Consultation on CSP Three Priorities were established on February 8.INFRASTRUCTUREPARTICIPATION DEVELOPMENTLTAD
21 So What ! There is a readiness to move the action plans forward. This conference has been designed to build on what has already been done.Hopefully by the end of Sunday we will have some very clear responsibilities for collective action on agreed upon priorities.
22 Where to go from here?Over to Judy to take us through a two day process that will identify priorities and establish a series of task forces.Mechanisms for monitoring and reporting back to all stakeholders will also be put in place.
23 Ontario Sport Action Plan The goals of the Ontario Sport Action Plan are:Enhanced ParticipationEnhanced ExcellenceEnhanced Capacity andEnhanced InteractionThe OSAP has identified 17 priorities and 17 objectives in order to focus and work toward achieving the four goals.
25 TASK 1: OSAP REVISITED Step 1 Begin with the Pillar assigned Step 2 Review the Objectives, Achieved and Ongoing initiativesStep 3 Focus carefully on the Not Yet InitiatedStep 4 Select a maximum of two or three items that meet the following criteria:I. Are a high priority for action within sport in OntarioII. Require collective action – cannot/should not be done by a single organization or agencyIII. Are realistic and manageable and with focused effort can be implemented within three yearsStep 5 Discuss your selected items until they are clear and can be described and written on the attached worksheet as:a. An outcome statement which identifies clearly what change we expect to see in whom, within three yearsb. A clear description of what the initiative isStep 6 Move on to the next Pillar of the Ontario Sport Action Plan
26 TASK 2: OSAP Building Momentum Step 1 Review the Task 1 Worksheet and the input from the morning workgroups.Step 2 As a group select a maximum of three initiatives from the morning worksheets.Step 3 Break down the initiative into manageable activities/tasks and assign these to a lead organization.Step 4 Reflect on your initiative and brainstorm what may prevent us from accomplishing it. List these as barriers.Step 5 Brainstorm solutions or contingencies to overcome these barriers and record these on the worksheet.Step 6 During your group discussion, good ideas and points will come up that should be part of the instructions giving to those responsible for moving the initiative forward. Note anything that you have discussed that would help keep the momentum going.
27 Final Part of Task 2Compete a task card for each of your initiatives including:PillarInitiativeImmediate Next StepsLead ResponsibilityPost your initiatives on the wallunder the appropriate pillar
29 Vision of Ontario Sport Action Plan By 2010 Ontario will be a prominent leader of sport development in Canada providing the opportunity for all Ontarians to achieve a level of enjoyment and excellence consistent with their abilities and aspirations.All Ontarians will be able to benefit from having access to quality experiences and development in sport, recreation and physical activities offered through a supportive and leading edge environment.
30 SAO Mission StatementThe Sport Alliance of Ontario facilitates the mobilization of the sport community to develop a coordinated approach, create partnerships and connections that will enhance the sport experience.
31 Roles/Functions of SAO Building OperationsService DeliveryAdministrative services such as mailing and courier, printing, employee health, benefits, IT, conference and cateringProgram DeliveryHigh Quality Games, Awards (on behalf of MHP)Community Sport Network, KidSport
32 Enhanced Building Operations and Services To provide quality facilities and customer-driven administrative services to provincial sport and recreation organizations to ensure that the sport and recreation community is supported in its endeavours.
33 Enhanced Participation To assist in increasing the proportion of Ontarians from all segments of Society to become involved and maintain involvement in quality sport activities at all levels and all forms of participation
34 Enhanced ExcellenceTo expand the number of Ontario athletes and teams achieving world-class results through fair and ethical means
35 Enhanced InteractionTo assist in developing a more connected and coordinated sport system through the committed collaboration and communication amongst its stakeholders