Competitive Sport Model

January 6, 2018 | Author: Anonymous | Category: Math
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Collaboration Opportunities

• AMS + Athletics & Recreation

COLLABORATION WITH AMS & ATHLETICS & RECREATION

Agenda 1. Athletics & Recreation- Introduction 2. Recreation- Background & Numbers 3. Competitive Sport Model 4. Sport Targeting Review Update

COLLABORATION WITH AMS & ATHLETICS & RECREATION

Who 1. Ashley Howard – Managing Director, Athletics 2. Mike Tan - Associate Director, Intramurals and Recreation

Purpose • Share information • Identify areas of collaboration to • Improve student services • Avoid duplication of resources • Innovate

UBC

• International reputation • Core strategic pillars • Student learning • Research excellence • Community engagement

VPS

Reaching Potential

Healthiest Campus on earth

Engagement Connection

A&R Vision

Work in progress!

Help us!?

Year 1 Priorities

FOUR PRIORITIES

Athletics & Recreation Vision & Strategy

Recreation Quality Participation & Growth

Competitive Sport Model Services & Investment in each strand

Sport Targeting Review Sports in each strand

FIVE PRIORITIES

Athletics & Recreation

Competitive Sport Model

Vision & Strategy

Services & Investment in each strand

Recreation

Sport Targeting Review

Quality Participation & Growth

Sports in each strand

Recreation

Recreation is… • Intramurals and Special Events, Instructional, Fitness, Aquatics, Ice Sports, Outdoor Programs, Drop-in Programming, Tennis

Recreation – Current Access and Offerings • Free: swimming, public skating, drop-in sports rexercise events, shopping week classes • Reduced Student Rates: all recreational programming, Birdcoop memberships ($25/term) • Distinctly UBC Programming: Longboat and Storm the Wall

Recreation 2012.13 Student Participation Data • 43.2% of students participated • Varied across faculties (36% of Grad < 43.5% of Arts < 73% of Kin) • 37% of commuters and 72% of oncampus residence students

Recreation – What’s new for 2013.14 • Free student swim lessons • Recreation.ubc.ca • Ponderosa Commons studio space • New intramural participation options

Competitive Sports Model

YEAR TWO

Competitive Sports Model =

YEAR TWO

Pathway

COMPETITIVE SPORTS MODEL

Varsity Competitive Sport Clubs

National International Professional

Evolution

COMPETITIVE SPORTS MODEL

Varsity

Clubs Community Clubs

Competitive Sport Clubs

National International Professional

COMPETITIVE SPORTS MODEL

Intramurals

Varsity

Clubs Community Clubs

Competitive Sport Clubs

National International Professional

COMPETITIVE SPORTS MODEL

Intramurals Participation

Varsity

Clubs Community Clubs

Competitive Sport Clubs

National International Professional

COMPETITIVE SPORTS MODEL

Varsity National International Professional

Evolution

Performance

Varsity

National International Professional

Varsity

National International Professional

Individual Athlete

Tailored support for Coaches

Varsity

National International Professional

Individual Athlete

Tailored support for teams

Tailored support for Coaches

Varsity

National International Professional

Individual Athlete

Tailored support for individual athletes

Tailored support for teams

Tailored support for Coaches

Varsity

National International Professional

Individual Athlete

Tailored support for individual athletes

Tailored support for teams

Tailored support for Coaches

Varsity

National International Professional

Individual Athlete

Integrated Support Team (CSI)

4. Sport Targeting Review

Purpose

Two-fold

To elevate the quality of support for a fewer number of performance sports, engaging in purposeful sporting partnerships, and creating an enhanced environment of excellence for UBC’s coaches, studentathletes and Athletics Department employees.

To boost the opportunities, leadership, education and support for a broader number of sports at the competitive club, community club and intra-mural levels, reaching out to more UBC students and increasing physical activity and social connections through regular, sporting participation and competition.

Why?

Canadian leaders in university sport

We want to stay that way!

Big gap in the pathway

Between performance & club

Sports Model Project Team • Ashley • Mike (recreation) • Theresa (performance) • Marilyn (clubs) • James (CSI) • And…

Welcome Derek!

Sport Targeting Review

4 Phase Process

PHASE 1 Project Plan, Criteria & Weighting

Consult-Revise-Finalise Sign-Off & Communicate

PHASE 2 Data Formats & Data Collection

Consult-Revise-Finalise Sign-Off & Communicate

PHASE 3 – Stage 1 Review Light-Touch Team Submissions; Make Stage 1 Recommendations

PHASE 3 – Stage 2 Re-engage & Review 5 Year Performance Plans; Make Stage 2 Recommendations

Consult-Revise-Finalise Sign-Off & Communicate

PHASE 4 Conclusion of Targeting Process; Run Appeals Process

Consult-Revise-Finalise Sign-Off & Communicate

Timing

Communication strategy • For athletes • For coaches • For alumni • For department

Phase 1

Draft Criteria

1. Strategic Fit 2. Strength & Sustainability of Performance Coaching 3. Competitive Success 4. Academic Success 5. Competition Structure 6. Quality Facilities 7. Overall Balance of Revenue and Expenditure 8. Community Support Factors 9. Campus & Community Partnerships 10. Sports Progression and Pathways 11. Partnerships with External High Performance Sports Organisations 12. Others?

Input welcome…

Ideas for areas of collaboration to • • •

Improve student services Avoid duplication of resources Innovate

Thank you!

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