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Australian sport: The Pathway to Success ASC Briefing 19 May 2010 A better Australia Health, well-being, social cohesion and inclusion, international relations, international success, economic benefits, national identity and pride Collaborative national sports system creating opportunities for all Australians to participate and excel ASC State and AOC/APC/ACGA NSOs Other system (including SSOs Local Govt and Clubs) partners “A shared vision for Australian sport” Cohesive effective national sports system: critical building blocks • new National Sports Policy Framework - clear objectives / KPIs • greater funding certainty- longer time horizons • vastly improved connectivity, alignment and collaboration- planning and delivery coordination • whole of sporting pathway focus- high performance and development /participation (not or) • boosting children’s participation • strengthening core system elements including talent identification and development, coaching and officiating, SO capacity and support, facilities, volunteer support, inclusion strategies and athlete well-being • increased research and sharing best practice to drive system improvement and innovation • ASC system leadership and new priorities Australian sport: The Pathway to Success Increasing Strengthening Striving for success participation in sport sporting pathways “Whole of sport approach” Key reform package components Increasing sport participation Supporting NSOs Building Participation places to Boosting child planning participation Supporting Breaking down Breaking play More NSO funding people and barriers to down barriers RLCIP athletes with women’s and to Indigenous Club funding assistance Building the Sport and disability girls’ Education Education Strategy Support coaching and officiating participation participation Revolution training Australian Sports Social Inclusion and Foundation Sport Strategy Key reform package components Strengthening sporting pathways Support for volunteers, coaches and officials Talent identification Athlete contribution and development Boosting AIS athlete volunteer National Sport Volunteer development Strategy Expand and enhance scheme NTID pathway NSO funding for Coaching and Officiating NSOs employing TID staff Local Sporting Champions Development Managers Emerging athlete funding Additional coaching and Strengthen national level officiating training for competitions community C&Os Key reform package components Striving for success Supporting and retaining high Reforming Boost research Boosting performance Australia’s high and innovation international coaches and Investing in high performance More funds for competition officials performance delivery system applied research Funding to NSOs for Support for retention of athletes AIS/SIS/SAS Alignment Increased sports international national coaches science support for Increased funding for competition Access to expert athletes top 3 and top 10 technical staff athletes. More funds for coaches and officials to access training ASC’s Future Funding Horizon – new direction ASC Government Funding 1988/89 to 2013/14 250 Other Programs (inc ASOP, NTAFL etc) 200 AASC Aust Paralympic Committee “Pathways 150 High Performance to Site Redevelopment AIS Integrated Sports Success” $mill $195 million in 100 new baseline Olympic Athlete Program funding Increased ASC base funding 50 Maintain the From 2010/11 includes High Performance support, AIS Momentum/Next Step Integrated Sport Initiative and Local Sporting Champions End of current financial year 0 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 Financial Year Ending ASC future funding horizon- prior to new direction ASC Government Funding 1988/89 to 2013/14 250 large Other Programs pending funding decrease 200 with loss of AASC terminating / lapsing Aust Paralympic Committee program High Performance funds 150 Site Redevelopment AIS Integrated Sports $mill 100 End of current financial year funding Olympic Athlete Program 50 Maintain the Momentum/Next Step ASC Base Funding 0 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 Financial Year Ending Benefits to Sport • Secure increased funding base with rolling 4 year funding envelopes – provides surety for sports moving forward and allows them to plan with confidence – sports now have a more secure platform to grow their capacity and sustainability • Strengthened sporting pathways • Stronger NSOs – increased organisational capacity to deliver • Increased funding for athletes and coaches – coach attraction and retention – athletes not “distracted” • Better aligned high performance program – AIS and State and Territory Institutes of Sport collaborating and with improved coordination of program delivery Benefits to sport • Increased opportunities for aspiring emerging athletes through increased investment in TID and Local Sporting Champions program • Increased support for volunteers, particularly coaches and officials – extra resources for training and education – along with a reward scheme • Stronger focus on getting people participating in sport, especially children – For the first time, sport and education will be partners at Commonwealth, state and local levels, getting more kids physically active and loving sport • Specific population groups will have more opportunities to participate in fun, safe and inclusive sport environments Benefits for ASC • Our role and positioning as system leader reinforced – “ in recognition of the significant leadership role played by the ASC, Australia’s peak national sport agency will be tasked with progressing Australian Sport: The Pathway to Success” • AIS remains with ASC – integrated and guided by our planning and system leadership – recognition of importance of continuing to invest in SSSM • Our strategic plan’s fundamentals affirmed – particularly pleasing is the recognition of our role in working with other Government Departments (DEEWR, DoHA, DFAT, FaHCSIA, Infrastructure) – recognition of the importance of contribution to broader Government objectives – recognition of the appropriateness of driving for a more cohesive and collaborative system 2010 Roadmap: SRMC Reform Priorities •National Sport and Active Recreation Policy Framework •Sport Institutes Technical Advisory Group •Indigenous sport reform May – Jun 2010 Jul – Sep 2010 Oct – Dec 2010 2010 Roadmap – ASC Strategies and NSO Planning and Funding • NSO funding • NSO Strategic • NSO Sports assessments Plans by 30/9 Development plans incorporating • Confirm NSO planning • NSO High participation by 30/12 requirements Performance Plans 30/9 May – Jun 2010 Jul – Sep 2010 Oct – Dec 2010 Development of key national strategies: • Sport and Education • Volunteers in sport • Sport and Social Inclusion System leadership strategies ASC’s new collaborative planning approach NSO Strategic Sports ASC Plans SDSRs and SISs Building system cohesion ASC and SDSRs work with ASC NSO SSOs to strengthen their NSO–SSO alignment SDSR SSO Current alignment is strongest horizontally Governments need to strengthen the vertical alignment to role model expected behaviours and reinforce the importance of the NSO-SSO relationship Aligning high performance Key elements ASC is leading Collaborative Partnership AIS ASC NSO the Agreement / SRMC reform* strengthening of alignment and National Athlete Support collaboration by Scheme joint SIS/SASs SIS SDSR SSO and AIS AIS reforms engagement with the NSO on high RAS local clubs performance govt planning High Performance Roadmap NSO assessments ASC Board Final HP SIS/SAS completed and agrees to plans consultation draft list of priority final priority approved, re NSO sports agreed with sports and funding assessment SIS/SAS and notional confirmed criteria NSOs advised allocations 30 20 May 3 June 5 July September ASC Board Consultation Meeting with agrees meeting with priority interim NSO draft priority NSOs, assessment NSOs & advise criteria fringe group notional 24 May 14 June allocations, commence detailed planning Late July INCREASING PARTICIPATION mm collaboration for complementarity SDSRs ASC Private providers Health promotion bodies eg. new $ VicHealth conditionality $$ AASC Other sport NSOs providers SSOs Sport and Clubs Education, Volunteers , Social Strengthen relationships Inclusion mm and alignment Sport Development / Participation Roadmap Consultation with SDSRs about NSO participation Priority sports planning and advised of funding. notional SDSR SDSR Consultation allocations, Feedback on assessment meeting with commence assessment of NSOs draft priority detailed criteria completed NSOs planning 20 May 27 May 14 June Late July ASC Board NSO assessments ASC Board Final sport approves complete and draft agrees to development interim NSO list of priority final priority / participation assessment sports agreed with sports and plans criteria SDSRs and NSOs notional approved, 24 May advised allocations funding 31 May Mid July confirmed 31 December 2010 Roadmap – ASC organisational change • Finalise 10/11 Divisional Business • Commence detailed implementation Plans and budgets planning and delivery of core new initiatives aligned to new • Continue to build organisation capacity and priorities shift our culture including “1ASC “ as part of • Commence next restructured ASC aligned to the new direction steps in organisational • Clarify future direction of AASC program change: re-structuring and capacity building May – Jun 2010 Jul – Sep 2010 Oct – Dec 2010 Development of key national strategies: • Sport and Education • Volunteers in sport • Sport and Social Inclusion System leadership strategies What are we seeking? • Identify which sports should be targeted for investment to maximise the impacts reflected in the objectives – Objectives ultimately derived from the new National Sport and Active recreation Policy Framework – Need to assume some interim objectives for the first iteration : these informed by Ministerial Charter letter and State and Territory consultation • Need to define criteria to determine the priority sports – Existing ASC criteria need to be reviewed cognisant of the interim objectives • sports excellence : international competition results and planning capacity/ cap • sports relevance : participation level and cultural significance • sports effectiveness: governance, management and financial viability – New criteria likely to differ for high performance and participation Some considerations re criteria • How should international success be defined? • Should capacity to self fund be a consideration? • Should all criteria be equally weighted? • Is the current weighting afforded Olympic sports appropriate going forward? • How should membership (current participation) be measured? • Should we adopt different objectives and criteria (weighting) for high performance pre 2012 and post 2012? Concluding thoughts 1. We have been given the opportunity to take Australian sport to the next level – we need to think sport and sports 2. We are at the beginning of a new collaborative planning process which will require tolerance for ambiguity, agility, trust, and understanding that we have some critical timelines to hit in the first iteration of this new process 3. We should think from an integrated not individual jurisdiction perspective- both planning and program delivery: “whole of system contribution focus” Concluding thoughts 4. It is critical to secure strong NSO-SSO alignment, particularly around NSO strategic plans: this has implications for both governance, culture and relationships 5. It is likely that ASC will strengthen performance review and accountability requirements for funding as a part of the “new world”
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