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Roles and responsibilities
Partnership with Department for Education to increase funding into primary schools
County Sport Partnerships work with NGB’s to develop local offers.
NGBs develop sport at grassroot level
NDSOs make sport more accessible
work with NGBs, charities, councils and other sports organisations - investment in NGBs, school club links
Talent identification, performance lifestyle support, sports science and medicine
Setting of rules and regulations
DCMS have a huge influence over UK rules and regulations
Facilities and drug misuse
NGBs set the rules for the sport as well as issues such as;
Anti doping, equality and diversity ,safeguarding , codes of conduct and discipline, complaints, anti-bullying
The Sport and Recreation Alliance provide a panel of legal providers to assist and provide advice in relation to and legal matters which arise.
Organising competitions and tournaments
DCMS help to organise competitions and tournaments in the UK and bids to host major events.
NGBs - FA cup / Wimbledon
UK Sport use national lottery money to implement the Gold Event
Helps NGBs attract international events, preparing athletes for events such as the olympics.
Sport England - Distribute National Lottery Funding. Increase participation from a national level.
County Sports Partnerships - Implement campaigns, Implement the School Games, Initiatives such as Sportivate, Sport Makers & Workplace challenge
Local Councils - Provide affordable opportunities, Aim to help: Young people, disabled people, Older groups, those with mental health issues.
Active Alliance - Work with NGBs and NDSOs to increase participation among disabled people.
Department of Education
Department of Health
Department of Culture Media and Sport
Youth sports trust
NGBs - Support coaches at all levels - young children through to elite athletes.
Underpinned by UK Coaching certificate (UKCC) for 31 sports.
NDSOs - Develop specific coaching for participants who have a particular disability. E.g. the British Wheelchair Racing Association (BDWA) develops and maintains coaching material.
Providing funding (e.g. for facilities)
DCMS - Develop and support provision of facilities, Provide grants and loans, Manage contracts concerned with acquisition and disposal of facilities.
DCMS with Dept. for Education spend money on improving Primary PE.
National lottery via Sport England - e.g. Sainsbury’s 2013 School Games Finals - £35.5 million to support 1600 children competing nationally. It has also provided £8 million to Disability sport.
Invests in 46 NGBs based on application. Support community clubs with administration
Funds facilities for most popular sports
NGBs provide help and support to community clubs with regards to memberships, insurance, risk assessments etc.