Athlete development model by Mythri

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									Wider Athlete Development Model
Community Platform

Club/ Volunteer Platform

L T A D

Education Platform

East Midlands Regional Sports Board
REGIONAL SPORTS BOARD

RSB EXECUTIVE

COMMUNITY SPORT

PE & SCHOOL SPORT

PERFOR -MANCE SPORT

4TH GROUP TBC

CLUB

COACH

PLAYER

School Sport and PE Sub Group
• Debate, information exchange, sharing of good practice and mutual support for organisations and individuals concerned with PE and School Sport • Advise EM RSB on policy issues relating to PE and School Sport • Prepare responses to policy proposals from Sport England, DfES, DCMS regarding PE and School Sport • Contribute to the EM RSB regional statement for sport and Regional Cultural Strategy • To develop and implement a work programme to enhance the profile and raise standards of PE and School Sport

Community Sports Sub Group
• Enable all communities to participate in sport and physical activity with a priority focus on areas of deprivation • Develop social exclusion suing sport as a tool for regeneration with a focus on black and minority ethnic communities, women and girls, disabled people and people on low income • Influence key regional partner programmes • Encourage partners to embrace the role of sport in achieving their outcomes

Performance Sport Sub Group
• Prepare a performance Sport Strategy as part of the Regional Sports Strategy for the East Midlands • Explore ways of ensuring the LTAD model is placed at the heart of the strategy. • Ensure that LTAD is effectively covered within the Region and to make recommendations, where appropriate to other bodies to carry out work related to its effective delivery. • Focus on key aspects of support for performance level athletes from county squad level to world class governing body level

‘4th’ Sub Group
• Identifying and raising the profile of the “real” Voluntary Sector issues and challenges eg. Localising and interpreting the outcomes of the National Volunteer Research Findings due out in 2003. • Challenging existing structures to understand and address volunteer and club issues appropriately, sustainably and effectively. • Challenging decision makers to make informed choices on priorities and resource allocations • Beginning an action learning orientated approach and “seeing the bigger picture” culture to sport in the East Midlands

Pre-school Gymnastics & Movement (Parental Involvement) - Fundamentals

Schools Curriculum / Extra-Curricular/Competitions
Sports

Participation

in Colleges
Talent Identification (Mentors)

Local Authority programmes/Leisure Centre sessions

other
sports

CLUBS
World Class Start
(Performance) (Mainstream/Participation)

JAE

County/Regional Squads

JAE

World Class Potential
National Squads

Coaching & Officiating

ACE

World Class Performance

Long Term Athlete
Development Gymnastics Pathways

Centralised Training


								
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