Presentation on theme: "Coaching & Volunteering team – New way of working Iain Kennedy Bob Wyllie Ewen Cameron LA Areas – Highland & Islands, Grampian, East LA Areas – Tayside."— Presentation transcript:
Coaching & Volunteering team – New way of working Iain Kennedy Bob Wyllie Ewen Cameron LA Areas – Highland & Islands, Grampian, East LA Areas – Tayside & Fife, Central LA Areas – West UKCC / SQA Sports – Rugby, Squash, Cricket, Hockey, Tennis, Canoeing UKCC / SQA Sports – Golf, Cycling, Judo, Angling, Volleyball UKCC / SQA Sports – Swimming, Triathlon, Equestrian, Netball, Basketball, Gymnastics, Badminton, Table Tennis, Rugby League, Athletics, Orienteering Other sports – Rowing, Archery, Snowsports, Movement & dance, American Football, Sailing, Shinty, Water Ski-ing Other sports – Bowls, Boxing, Football, Rounders, Karate, Mountaineering, Curling, SDS Other projects
Coaching & Volunteering team – New way of working Projects & programmes Women into coaching – Sheena Carroll / Iain Kennedy Coaching Matters – Sheena Carroll / Bob Wyllie Coaching Fundamentals – Sarah Birrell / Iain Kennedy Coaching Network Review – Fiona Wernham Positive Coaching Scotland (PCS) – Bob Wyllie YST – Young Ambassadors Programme – Sarah Birrell Guide for employers & deployers of coaches – Bob Wyllie / Sarah Birrell
Coaching & Volunteering team – New way of working Projects & programmes Workforce Development Plans WDPs – David McKegney Data Management for Coaches & Volunteers – Jennifer Boyle Coaching Scotland review – Fiona Wernham UKCC Poster Campaign – Sarah Birrell UKCC Funding & sustainability – John Lunn Tutor / Assessor / Verifier development – Ewen Cameron / Sheena Carroll Support UK Coaching Summit delivery – Sarah Birrell / Sheena Carroll SCUK / Running Sport Programme – Sheena Carroll
UKCC – funding & sustainability Commitment to invest £2.5m over 4 years – ends March 2011 SGBs funded up to 75% of candidate fees Investment for 2009/2010 approx £950k Investment to date approx £1.85m - up to March 2010 22 SGBs invested in, 5 more coming onto framework Approx 9,000 course places supported across 3 levels since 2007 Tighter criteria & possible caps in 2010/11
UKCC – funding & sustainability 2011 onwards 1.Positives & Negatives of the current funding system? 2.What would successful UKCC support look like? 3.How do we make UKCC more sustainable? 4.With limited funding where should the focus go? 5.How do we link LAs & SGBs? 6.Do we support quantity or quality & why?
Task: 40 minutes discussion and 2 minutes feedback to whole group Group 1 – Questions 1 & 2 Group 2 – Questions 2 & 3 Group 3 – Questions 3 & 4 Group 4 – Questions 4 & 5 Group 5 – Questions 5 & 6 Group 6 – Questions 6 & 1
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