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SCHOOLS VOLLEYBALL
BUSINESS/IMPLEMENATIN PLAN aligned to 5-year
Strategic and Development Strategy
2011-2012
Aligned to the VSA LTPD Strategy
CONTENT
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Introduction: VSA
Current: Schools Volleyball Strategic Planning
Update/Progress
Vision/New: Proposed Plan 2010-2012
Conclusion
VSA STRUCTURE
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National Executive Committee
Director: Schools Volleyball
Provincial Committees
9 Provinces affiliated with development & league structures
Schools Sport Structures to be included into Provincial
Executive Committee Structures (primary and high schools)
AGM held on 29th November 2010: The following provinces
have established their School Volleyball Provincial Structures:
Gauteng, Western Province, Northern Cape, Limpopo.
Outstanding due to be finalized by 31st March 2011. This
period will also be utilized to verify all structures as per the
School Sport Policy.
SRSA BUSINESS PLAN – SUBMITTED ON 30TH
NOVEMBER 2010
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Utilized 5-year VSA Strategic and Development Strategy
Utilized South African map for each province to identify
current programs and new programs planned for period
January – June 2011. Focus is on cluster programs.
The alignment with the White Paper is critical and
therefore the following provinces have been identified as
focus areas: Northern Cape, North-West, Mpumalanga,
Limpopo and Eastern Cape.
Programs as per the 5-year plan addresses access,
mass participation, education & training, and
transformation.
CURRENT
CURRENT
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The 5-year Strategic and Development Strategy started in
2009 and was distributed and presented to provinces in
September 2009.
The provision of the Draft School Sport Policy by government
provided a much stable environment since no strategy can
be implemented unless there is a good governance system
with strong leadership involved.
This Business/Implementation Plan is based on the 5-year
Strategic and Development Strategy.
Very important is that all schools development will and
should be aligned to the Volleyball South Africa LONG TERM
PARTICIPANT DEVELOPMENT (LTPD) STRATEGY.
Includes Indoor as well as Beach Volleyball
PARTNERSHIP FRAMEWORK
Provinces
Clubs
Volleyball
SA
Communities
Schools
PROGRAMS - CURRENT
NATIONAL
Provincial Age
Groups
Competitions
only U/18 and
U/21
International
(ISF)
PROVINCIAL
LOCAL /SCHOOL
Clubs
Only 4
provinces
active
Schools
Development
Programs
Local
Government/
NGOs
Programs
NEW / VISION
IMPLEMENTATION PLANS/ACTIVITIES UPDATE
DEVELOPMENT & PROMOTION STRATEGY
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1st draft discussed at IPT Information Session held
on 25th September 2009 and submitted to provinces
thereafter.
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The program implementation/Plan of Action – is
based on the 5 year strategy and informed by
reports submitted by provincial structures at the VSA
2010 Annual General Meeting.
DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY (2011-2012)
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a,b,c ”DIG IT” Mini Volleyball at primary school
”Spike It” at high school
From clubs to schools
Primary School (6 to 10 years)
Secondary School (11 to 18)
Link to existing projects and development programs
Department of Education: Life Orientation and Sport
Programs
Physical Education
PROGRAMS – NEW - LTPD
NATIONAL
Provincial Age
Groups
(primary & high)
increase to U16,
18 & 21)
National &
International
PROVINCIAL
LOCAL /SCHOOL
Schools &
Clubs
Dig-It & Spike-It
programs
Schools
Development
Programs
District, Local
Government &
NGOs
Programs
LTPD
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Structure: National with mentorship for all provinces
Coaching (start with Cap Level 1 and evaluation will
identify candidates for higher levels of training)
Technical (referees: all levels)
Administration & Management Capacity Building:
Club/organizational administration
Team Management
PR, Marketing & Branding
Events Management
Community & Sport Development
PROPOSED PROGRAM 2011-2012
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Submission of Business Plan and Budget to SRSA
Tuesday, 30 November 2010
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Election of provincial and national structures
March-April 2011
3.
Planning Workshop /”Unpacking the Strategic Plan”
April 2011
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Provincial Visits /Road Shows (clusters)
February – April
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Schools Provincial Activities
March – September 2011/2012
6.
Inter-Provincial Indoor Volleyball Tournament
September 2011/2012
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International Schools Volleyball ISF Events, Puerto Rico
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Beach Volleyball
Nov-Dec 2011/2012
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Top Schools Tournaments (age groups)
March/April 2012
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International Schools Volleyball ISF Events
July 2012
July 2011/2012
GOVERNANCE – PROVINCIAL & NATIONAL
STRUCTURES – JANUARY – MARCH 2011
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Submit provincial contact details with
Executive Committees profiles to VSA
Confirm provincial committees or date to be
elected and submit detailed plan for 2011
Elect national structure after 31 March 2011
– Guided by the School Sport Policy
PROVINCIAL VISITS – FEBRUARY- APRIL 2011
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Provinces to confirm dates by 31st March
2011
Invite all districts, Sports Council, Department
of Cultural Affairs & Sport, club
representatives, local government, etc.
Workshop preparation is a partnership!!
Forms part of broader consultation, PR,
Marketing & Branding of the sport
PLANNING WORKSHOP/”UNPACKING THE
STRATEGIC PLAN” – 29-30 APRIL 2011
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2-day workshop to further unpack the
Strategic, Business and LTPD Plans.
Provincial planning critical to ensure an
informative and successful workshop.
CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS
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Governance systems
Full-time Human Resources
Project management approach versus main stream operations
Stakeholder involvement at provincial level
Financial support
Principals, learners and educators participation
Technical co-ordination (full-time at provincial level)
Facilitators and volunteers (administration, facilities management,
training and development, events management, etc.)
Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting (to include a balance
scorecard)
MONITORING, EVALUATION AND REPORTING
Evaluate number of participants and levels of satisfaction
 To include but not restricted:
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Focus groups
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Visual material (photos, video footage)
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Online web count
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Provincial meetings
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Events based assessments (e.g. questionnaires)
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Quarterly provincial reports (technical, practical, training
and development and events)
vii. Target groups (learners, educators, coaches,
administrators, volunteers and family members)
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PARTNERSHIP FINANCIAL MODEL
Sport & Rec S.A./ NLDTF
 Volleyball South Africa
 Provincial Dept of Sport
 Corporate
50%
20%
30%
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SUCCESS
100%
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CONCLUSION
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Strategy takes care of broad areas, excluding detailed project plans.
This to be developed by the implementation team with focus on
provincial representatives.
Project time lines agreed by all stakeholders and to be the same for
all province to facilitate good implementation, monitoring and
evaluation.
Focus is on mass participation ultimately applying the LTPD principles
of volleyball as outlined by our recently prepared and due to be
published book.
Focus on development however ensure a path to high performance
programs at school, provincial and national levels.
Programs to be integrated with the proposed and VSA Development
Center
THANK YOU
“There is no security on this earth.
There is only opportunity”
Douglas MacArthur

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