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Sport and Recreation New Zealand Officials Forum May 2010 SPARC Strategic Plan 5 key priorities: Young New Zealanders Grassroots Sport Recreation Partner Capability High Performance Key SPARC Documents SPARC Strategic Plan Community Sport Strategy Volunteer Stragegy/Plan

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sparc strategic plan
SPARC Strategic Plan

5 key priorities:

  • Young New Zealanders
  • Grassroots Sport
  • Recreation
  • Partner Capability
  • High Performance
key sparc documents
Key SPARC Documents

SPARC Strategic Plan

Community Sport Strategy

Volunteer Stragegy/Plan

Coaching Strategy/Plan Officials Strategy/Plan

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PARTICIPATE

(Lifelong)

EXCEL

PERFORM

Integrated sport

and recreation

system

TiD

LEARN

EXPLORE

Sport and Recreation Pathway

crnz whole of sport framework

Community

Administrator

Community Official

Community/Regional Coach

Participation Athlete

Performance Athlete

Performance Coach

Performance Official

Performance Administrator

Community Athlete

Performance and Competition Paddling Programme” coordinator

Club

CRNZ Regional “Performance” Coach

Level 4

Modules

Recreational Paddling Options

Sprint

Marathon

Ocean Ski

Multisports

Surf Life Saving

Canoe Polo

Slalom

Swimming Pool programmes

Sea Kayaking

CRNZ management

HP Manager

Director of Coaching

Executive officer

Performance Paddler programme

19yrs +

NZ Championships

Club

CRNZ Performance Official

Level 4

Olympics

World Championships

World Cups

CRNZ Performance Coach

Level 5

Competitive Paddler programme

17yrs +

NZ & Club Championships

Club

Youth Olympics

Junior World Championships

Trans Tasman

U23 HP Squad

U19 TiD Squad

CRNZ Performance “Competition Coach”

Level 4

CRNZ Regional “Competition” Coach

Level 4

Modules

CRNZ Performance Official

Level 3 or 4

National TiD development camps

U17

Trans Tasman

Emerging Paddler programme

School & adult age

Club & Regional

Club

Emerging Olympians programme

Yr 6-8 students

Yr 9-13 students

School

CRNZ management

Director of Coaching

Executive officer

CRNZ Community “Development” Coach

Level 3

Modules

CRNZ Performance “Competition Coach”

Level 4

Emerging Olympians Programme coordinator

School/club

CRNZ Community Official

Level 1 or 2

Introductory Paddler programme

School & adult age

Club Events

Club

Future Olympians Programme coordinator

School/club

CRNZ Community “Introductory” Coach

Level 2

Package

Future Olympians programme

Yr 6-8 students

Yr 9-13 students

School

CRNZ Whole of Sport Framework

“Have a Go” programme

Yr 6-8 students

Yr 9-13 students

School

CRNZ “Have a Go” Coach

Level 1

Package

“Have a Go” programme

School & adult age

Club

Starting Out

key role of officials for comment
Key Role of Officials (for comment)

The role of officials in an NSOs whole of sport plan is to:

‘Provide a fair and safe competition environment’

national officiating strategy 2003
National Officiating Strategy (2003)
  • Vision and Goals
  • Guiding Principles
  • Strategies
    • To provide quality training to officials
    • To provide quality support and resources for officials and officiating
    • To improve public perception of officials and officiating
  • Critical success factors
  • Outcomes
    • Increase in numbers
    • Increase in quality
    • Improved support and recognition
sparc website questions
SPARC Website - Questions
  • How many of you have accessed the officials section of the SPARC website?
  • What materials do we have on the website?
  • What materials have you used?
  • What is missing?
  • Is it the right information to help? (both NSOs and individuals)
  • Long term, how should SPARC develop this website?
sparc website
SPARC Website
  • http://www.sparc.org.nz/en-nz/communities-and-clubs/Toolkit-for-Officials/
    • Role of officials
    • Development toolkit
    • Learning areas (resources)
    • Articles of interest
    • Glossary
  • http://www.sparc.org.nz/en-nz/high-performance/Officials/
    • Research
    • PM Scholarships
pm officials scholarships
PM Officials Scholarships
  • Up to $250K invested annually, approx 15 – 20 scholarships
  • Group and individual scholarships
  • A lot of applications are declined – applicants don’t understand the programme, applications are vague and programmes are not linked to criteria below
  • There are relatively few constraints;
    • Officiating on the world stage (elite level)
    • Development/learning/accreditation
  • Process – applications, SPARC processing, moderation
pm officials scholarships questions
PM Officials Scholarships - Questions

For discussion in the last session:

  • Are the criteria appropriate?
  • Does the PM Scholarship Programme benefit the right officials? If not, how can processes be improved to do this?
  • What steps can be taken to ensure the scholarships maximise the benefits for sports?
  • Are there lessons from the Australian experience?
other considerations
Other Considerations
  • What are your needs?
  • Does SPARC have a role in meeting these?
  • What are your expectations of SPARC?
  • What expectations are or are not being met?
  • Where should officiating and official development fit in SPARC’s planning?
  • What are the joint learning opportunities for officials and coaches?
  • Are there lessons from the Australian experience?
  • Future planning - vision v realism