KUCS

Information about KUCS

Published on November 27, 2007

Author: Goldie

Source: authorstream.com

Content

Kingston University and College Sport:  Kingston University and College Sport A ‘one campus’ approach to the provision of student sport and recreation in Kingston Slide2:  Aims & Objectives A Partnership providing “a one campus” approach of sport & recreation provision Increase overall participation in all activities Offer a wider range of sport & recreation to students and staff at both institutions (population equates to potentially 30,000 people) Slide3:  Kingston College ‘Current’ Sport & Recreation Provision Only 16 hours of activities offered in total Limited Choice of Sports Paid £10.00 per year for Sports ID card Activities free of charge to all students Slide4:  Kingston University ‘Current’ Sport & Rec Provision A choice of 35 activities A Dance & Wellbeing Programme Limited choice of Health & Fitness classes Discounted deals with local Recreation providers Students charged a fee per activity Slide5:        Eg. Kingston College Stop Recreational Programme Slide6:  Kingston University Fit Together Programme Sports - Volleyball, Archery, 5-a-side Football, Basketball, Badminton, Golf, Skiing & Snowboarding, Tennis, Table Tennis, Horse Riding, Squash, Waterskiing. Dance - Street Dance, Breakdance, Hip Hop, Bollywoood, Ballet, Contemporary, Salsa, Chinese. Well Being - Pilates, Tai Chi, Power Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Capoeira. Areobics - Step, Power Stretch, Legs Bums & Tums, Body Conditioning, Leisure -Ten pin Bowling, Laser Quest, Go Karting, Paint Balling, Swimming. Slide7:  Kingston College previous participation An average of 10 per activity Football was most popular 200 sports members in total 500 Arena Gym members Kingston University previous participation An average of 8 per activity Dance programme was most popular and profitable 1900 members of Fitness Centre 1200 student members of Students’ Union Sports Clubs Slide8:  Kingston College current participation An average of 20 people per activity Football and Health & Fitness are most popular 1000 Gym members Kingston University previous participation An average of 15 people per activity Dance programme is still the most popular and profitable 1900 members of Fitness Centre Slide9:  Promoting the KUCS “GET ACTIVE” Programme Get Active Flyer Get Active Webpage linked to both websites Get Active timetables Freshers’ Fairs Get Active awareness weeks Slide10:  Participation Monitoring Budgets Politics CRB Staffing Advertising Current Issues to resolve

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