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What does NGB stand for?
National Governing Bodies
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What are some of the roles of the NGB?
Making rule changes, maintaining and improving the standards of sport, deciding on sanctions and enforcing them, increasing parcipation, promoting the sport's image to the world
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How do they help coaches? NGB
They develop coaches to the level of the performer being coached, provide more coaches by increasing the number of coaches trained
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How do they help officials? NGB
Each NGB has staff responsible for developing officials' skills and education
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What do the NGB organise?
They organise competitions at all levels, from the local level to the international level
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Where does Sport England invest money?
In organisations and projects which aim to encourage more involvement in sport
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What does Sport England create?
Create opportunities for people in further education to take part in current and/or new sporting activities regularly
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Sport England undertakes a survey, what information does it gather?
Gathers information about the population's sport and recreation habits- a lot of people take part in the questionnaire so the results are meaningful
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What funding is available from Sport England?
Sport clubs, community organisations, schools. Small grants help young people and adults get involved in sport and keep the habit for life
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Who is Young Sport Trust funded by?
The Government, Sport England and corporate partners
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What is Young Sport Trust?
An independant charity that aims to improve young peoples' lives through sport
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What is the aim of Sporting Start (Primary)? YST
Aims to give primary pupils a firm base of physical activity to help them go on and become healthier, social and active young people
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What is the aim of Sporting Best (Secondary)? YST
Works with secondary schools to provide sports programmes and events for young people
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What is the aim of Sporting Chance? YST
Aims to ensure that all young people regardless of any disability have a chance to take part in sport
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What is The Dame Kelly Holmes Legacy Trust?
Charity aimed at helping young people to develop skills, knowledge and confident through the support of sport stars
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What are the aims of The Dame Kelly Homes Legacy Trust?
Aims to inspire young people by using their sporting heroes as role models and mentors
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Who helps The Dame Kelly Holmes Legacy Trust?
It has a team of Olympians, Paralympians, world, commonwealth and European champions
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