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Level Two Diploma in Public Services Unit/s 9: Sport and Recreation in the public services.

Lecturer Danny Brett

Assessor Danny Brett

Learning Outcomes and Criteria Targeted:

Learning Outcomes Unit 9: Learning Outcome 1 Unit 9: Learning Outcome 2 Unit 9: Learning Outcome 3 Unit 9: Learning Outcome 4

Grading criteria covered P1, P2, P7 P3, P4 P5, M1, D1 P6, M2

Learner work Submitted:

Task Number Task 1 Task 2

Task descriptor Benefits of sport and recreational activities wall display Scenario related planning pack

Submitted Yes/No Yes/No

Issue Date: September 2012 Submission Date/s: w/c 17/12/12 Actual Date of Submission/s: Learner Declaration: I certify that the work in this assignment is all my original work and any information gathered from the internet, books, magazines etc. must be referenced in the appropriate way. I am aware that copying and pasting work from the internet will result in me having to resubmit my work.

Signed: ………………………………………………………….

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Level Two Diploma in Public Services Introduction: Sporting and recreational activities play important roles in the public services. This unit investigates how they benefit the individual members and the services as a whole. The unit explores the importance of sporting and recreational activities to individuals and the public services including health, social development, self-esteem etc. The unit also looks at organisation of activities looking at safety, planning, organisation of activities etc.

Scenario: You have recently been given the task of organising an individual and team development weekend for a group of armed forces cadets. You are to plan a weekend programme of events for this group. The event will last two days (Saturday and Sunday) and one night. You must plan prepare and organise a main sport and recreational activity along with various other tasks and events that will stretch and challenge the cadets. You must fill out all necessary paperwork, advertising and planning documentation. Choose your sport and recreation activities carefully. You will need to fully plan the activities and think about all the considerations that need to be made when organising and running your events.

Task 1: Will give you the chance to: P1: Identify different sports and recreation activities used by the public services P2: Describe the importance of sports and recreational activities to the public services. 

Produce a large colourful poster which identifies 5 different sport or recreational activities that the public services take part in.

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The poster must also include a description of a benefit to the Public Services of taking part in each of the sport and recreational activities.

On your poster for each Sport or Recreational activity (in total 5 minimum); 1) Describe what the benefit is. (x5) 2) Give an example of how you could get each from your Sport &/or Rec. 3) Give a public service which would want members to have this benefit and describe why it would help them. 4) Include a colourful image to represent each activity/benefit.

Completed Poster - Date Due: w/c 24/09/12 School of Sport, Public Services, Travel & Tourism


Level Two Diploma in Public Services Task 2: Will give you the chance to: P3: Explain the safety issues when organising sport or recreational activities. P4: Identify the responsibilities of the different people involved in sports and recreational activities. The following must be completed in detail

Complete

 List of do’s and don’ts for your two activities  Illustrated pictures of the risks of your two activities  Detailed timetables of events for the two days  Risk assessment for the two activities  Kit lists for individuals and organisers  Safety practices report.

Main Sporting Activity…………………………………………… Main Recreational Activity…………………………………… Notes

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Level Two Diploma in Public Services Recreational Activity: Draw five risks associated with your sports activity P3 achieved YES / NO

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BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Public Services Sports Activity: Draw five risks associated with your sports activity P3 achieved YES / NO

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BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Public Services P4 achieved YES / NO

Timetable of events for weekend away Saturday

Sunday

Time 0630

Description Rise and shine

Time 0630

Description Rise and shine

1030

Lights out

1030

Lights out

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BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Public Services P3 achieved YES / NO

Sport and Recreational Activity Risk Assessments: Sports Activity

What are the risks?

Example: 1)

Dehydration

Who might be harmed?

Participants Referee’s

How will they be harmed?

Headaches, Nausea Light headed (may fall) Dizziness’, confusion

What precautions will prevent or limit this? 1) Provide drinks breaks in activity

monitor to make sure taking water 2) Provide sheltered area out of sun if outdoors 1)

2) 2) 1) 3) 2) 1) 4) 2) 1) 5) 2)

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BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Public Services P3 achieved YES / NO Adventur ous Outdoor Activity

What are the risks?

Who might be harmed?

How will they be harmed?

What precautions will prevent or limit this? 1)

1) 2) 1) 2) 2) 1) 3) 2) 1) 4) 2) 1) 5) 2)

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BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Public Services P4 achieved YES / NO

Kit Lists for activities: Sports Activity:

Recreation Activity:

General kit:

Individual kit

PS kit (Equipment) Individual kit

PS kit (Equipment) Individual kit

PS kit(Equipment)

e.g: Football boots

e.g: Goalposts

e.g: Swimming e.g: Money pool

e.g: Transport

e.g: Towel

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BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Public Services P3 achieved YES / NO

Do’s and Don’ts for your Sport and Recreation Activities:

Sport activity: Do

Don’t

Recreation Activity: Do

Don’t

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BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Public Services For your adventurous outdoor activity (AOA) you need to look in detail at the safety rules which are associated with taking part. Produce a short report which: 1. Identifies 5 safety practices for your AOA. 2. Good and bad practices for these safety rules.

P4 achieved YES / NO

3. What the individual has to do for each rule. 4. What the coach/instructor has to do for each rule. 5. What the organisation/manager has to do for each rule. 6. What happens if these safety practices are not followed?

Before completion of report a table including all the required information will have to be completed; Example below; Safety Practice 1 Point Point Point Point Point Point

Safety Practice 2

Safety Practice 3

Safety Practice 4

1 2 3 4 5 6

Completed Poster - Date Due: w/c 17/12/12

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Safety Practice 5


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Grading criteria covered in this assignment P1: Identify different sports and recreation activities used by the public services. P2: Describe the importance of sports and recreational activities to the public services. P3: Explain the safety issues when organising sport or recreational activities. P4: Identify the responsibilities of the different people involved in sports and recreational activities.

Assessment Guidance These are the key words that are used for the grading criteria in this unit – make sure you know what they mean.

 Identify means point out (i.e. choose the right one) or give a list of the main features.  Describe means show your knowledge and understanding of the issue, event or subject.  Explain means to look at a subject closely in order to understand it and improve your knowledge.

Unit Content 1 Know the importance of sport and recreation to the public services Sport and team games: eg football, netball, basketball, hockey, rugby, cricket; individual sports eg cross-country, running, climbing, skiing, tennis, badminton, sailing. Recreation: eg cinema, theatre, hobbies, music, the arts; importance; health, fitness and wellbeing; self-esteem, personal development, stress relief; shortterm benefits eg increased heart rate, increased lung function; long-term benefits eg stronger heart and lungs, muscle tone.

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BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Public Services Importance to the public services: enhanced productivity; improved staff loyalty; reduced staff absenteeism; healthier workforce; team morale. Uniformed public services using sport and recreation: the armed forces; police; fire service; prison service. Non-uniformed public services: subsidised gym membership; gyms at the workplace; sports clubs membership.

2 Understand the safety issues to be considered when organising sport and recreation activities Safety: health and safety; appropriate and protective clothing eg shin pads, gum shields, gloves, pads, helmets; surfaces; risk assessments of equipment and facility; first aid provision eg kit, first aider, procedures equipment, surroundings, staff. Responsibility of different people: involved eg organisers, duty of care, Criminal Record Bureau (CRB) checks, knowledge of procedures, first aid; participants; correct clothing; good health; reasonable care of self; uninjured.

3 Be able to plan a sport activity used the public services Planning: insurance; teams; equipment; cost; transport; facility; staffing; risk assessment; session plan; staff coverage; education/information/venue; refreshments; emergency supplies eg first aid kit, communication (telephones).

4 Be able to participate regularly in public services sport and recreation activities Venues: sports clubs; activity centres; fitness centres. Benefits: physically fit; mentally fit; pass fitness tests; good communicator; team player; improving fitness

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Date ………………………….

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BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Public Services ASSESSMENT REPORT

ASSIGNMENT TITLE Sport and recreational activities and health and safety issues.

UNIT (S) 9 –Sport & Recreation in the Public Services

STUDENT NAME: ASSESSMENT CRITERIA P1: Identify different sports and recreation activities used by the public services. P2: Describe the importance of sports and recreational activities to the public services. P3: Explain the safety issues when organising sport or recreational activities. P4: Identify the responsibilities of the different people involved in sports and recreational activities.

ACHIEVED

COMMENTS

YES/NO (Task 1)

YES/NO (Task 1)

YES/NO (Task 2)

YES/NO (Task 2)

GENERAL COMMENTS:

ACTION REQUIRED:

STUDENT COMMENT:

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Assignment one