Planning Context. Conference Objectives. To increase momentum and ACTION on implementing plans for Ontario sport To establish clear responsibilities and accountabilities for ACTION To focus SAO plans and priorities on collective ACTION. Conference Design. Saturday 9:00 - 5:00
Saturday 9:00 - 5:00
Saturday 5:00 - 7:00
Sunday 9:00 - 1:00
( 04-06 )
Step 1 Review the Task 1 Worksheet and the input from the morning workgroups.
Step 2 As a group select a maximum of three initiatives from the morning worksheets.
Step 3 Break down the initiative into manageable activities/tasks and assign these to a lead organization.
Step 4 Reflect on your initiative and brainstorm what may prevent us from accomplishing it. List these as barriers.
Step 5 Brainstorm solutions or contingencies to overcome these barriers and record these on the worksheet.
Step 6 During your group discussion, good ideas and points will come up that should be part of the instructions giving to those responsible for moving the initiative forward. Note anything that you have discussed that would help keep the momentum going.
By 2010 Ontario will be a prominent leader of sport development in Canada providing the opportunity for all Ontarians to achieve a level of enjoyment and excellence consistent with their abilities and aspirations.
All Ontarians will be able to benefit from having access to quality experiences and development in sport, recreation and physical activities offered through a supportive and leading edge environment.
The Sport Alliance of Ontario facilitates the mobilization of the sport community to develop a coordinated approach, create partnerships and connections that will enhance the sport experience.
To provide quality facilities and customer-driven administrative services to provincial sport and recreation organizations to ensure that the sport and recreation community is supported in its endeavours.
To assist in increasing the proportion of Ontarians from all segments of Society to become involved and maintain involvement in quality sport activities at all levels and all forms of participation
To expand the number of Ontario athletes and teams achieving world-class results through fair and ethical means
To assist in developing a more connected and coordinated sport system through the committed collaboration and communication amongst its stakeholders