Presentation by Gymnastics - Sport and Recreation South Africa

Report
South African Gymnastics
Federation
SAGF National Structure
Position on SAGF Board for a National Schools Gymnastics
representative.
National High Performance Manager
National Schools and Recreational Manager
Each discipline is managed by a Program Management team
Each discipline has a High Performance Portfolio
Each discipline has a Schools Portfolio
SAGF Board
CEO
BUSINESS
SERVICES
Finance
HIGH
PERFORMANCE
CLUBS & EVENTS
HP Mgr
Admin and
International Events
RECREATION,
MPP & SCHOOLS
S&R Mgr
HP PA
Marketing
Priority Gymnast
Coaches
Major and Local
Events
Gym For All
Technical
Committee
School Sport Bodies
Priority
Gymnasts
Merchandising
HP Technical
Committee
OPERATIONAL
BUDGET
HP BUDGET
Administrators
Discipline
Technical
Committees
CLUBS & EVENTS
BUDGET
SAGF BUDGET
PROJECTS
World
Gymnaestrada
2013 Gym For
Life
Coaching
Education
Judges
Education
Matsport
Centre
Provincial
Department Of
Sport
Major Events
REC&DEV
BUDGET
PROJECTS
BUDGET
Registration options at SAGF
Four options exist for gymnasts, coaches and officials.
Fees vary accordingly.
a) Category A: Competitive
b) Category B : Recreational
c) Category C: Competitive - but who are financially
disadvantaged
d) Category D: Only compete/participate within the schools
program
Provincial and Regional
Structures
Nine Provincial Federations
with Gauteng and Western Cape having Regional Federations
as well
398 Registered clubs, institutions and schools
Over 14 000 registered members
Club information can be accessed on the SAGF website:
www.gymnastics.co.za
SAGF Provincial and Regional Structures
Province
Chairperson Administrator
Schools
Rep
Education
and training
Eastern Cape
J. van Dyk
0826576930
P. Booysens
0827026417
L. Genge
0726922981
D. Gordon
0845520485
Free State
K. van Vuuren
0824496860
H. Liebenberg
0828231639
B. Dlamini
0824242337
J. van Vuuren
0829213536
Central
Gauteng
S. Watson
0832540589
C. vd Walt
0116738998
A. Badenhorst
0828262336
Gauteng North
C. Jv Rensburg L. Gericke
0828531139
0829279135
A. Mohlopi
0829365271
M. Ndala
0824280091
Gauteng East
Z. Fenske
0827265438
C. Jooste
0836502713
SAGF Provincial and Regional Structures
Province
Chairperson Administrator
Schools
Rep
Education
and training
Mpumulanga
J. Putter
0761491235
T. van Rensburg
0839566163
P. Ntlatleng
0761657637
M. Putter
0832291575
Northern Cape
Z. Hamza
0832329686
B. Cloete
0711899419
A. Hofsta
0845188637
S. Miller
0833602997
North West
P. Moroka
0835735505
A. Theron
0721266302
S. Moeng
0835711019
A. Lategan
0836639636
KwaZulu Natal
A. Chadwick
0836612810
P. Chadwick
0836594299
B. Ngcungama
0723245649
T. Johnson
0834285779
Limpopo
P. van Allerman Z. Prinsloo
0147173330
0152952139
M. Malatji
0826622286
R. Marshall
0828679522
SAGF Provincial and Regional Structures
Province
Chairperson Administrator
Western Cape
T. Anniciello
0824489790
M. vd Merwe
0824615564
Boland
L. Lamprecht
0836527410
K. Schneeberger
0825767888
South Cape
L.Swanepoel
0825712098
V. vd Merwe
0827831775
Schools
Rep
Education and
training
S. Swartz
0846016253
K. Schneeberger
0825767888
Education and training programs 2011 - 2012
Coaches
Gymnaestrada workshops – in each Province for team members of
the SA team performing at the World Gymnaestrada in July 2011: Nov
2010 – Mar 2011
 Facilitators training – 28 people (11 teachers) – Feb 2011
Disability Gymnastics – 38 coaches (20 teachers) – Feb 2011
Gymnastics Leaders Courses – about 314 people (156 teachers) –
Feb and Mar 2011. Course is now theta accredited
Level 1 discipline specific training – in all Provinces – Apr and May
2011.
Level 1 Generic Courses – 3 Provinces – May 2011
Gymnaestrada workshops – in all Provinces – Oct 2011 – Feb 2012.
Targeting Schools, Hubs and Community Clubs.
Coaches
Grade 11/12 learners: GL course – to start coaching within
their schools. Apr – Oct 2012. Empowerment – future income.
GL courses: Feb and Mar 2012 in all 9 Provinces
Judges and Administrators
Apr – Jun 2011: Judges courses in each discipline. Held in 5
Provinces. At least 5 teachers per Province.
Apr – Jun 2011: Administrators training. Will cover admin
associated with registration and competition formats
Squad systems
At Provincial level all registered gymnasts are eligible for squad
selections across all disciplines.
National squads are selected at National tournaments
Coaches and technical officials assist at all squad trainings and
events – capacity building
LTPD – is linked to our Education and Training program and our
squad system
New Programs for 2011
Fundamental Movement Program for
Pre- schoolers
Covers all the basic movement patterns required for Physical Literacy.
Includes progress certificates, lesson plans.
Target: Pre-schools
Launch: Aug 2011
Health and Fitness Program
An Aerobic and Rope Skipping drill that can be used for PE classes and
part of a fitness program for other sporting codes.
Target: Schools, Community Clubs , Hubs and sporting clubs
Launch: Feb 2012
Tournaments
Provincially, each discipline hosts Club competitions from March
through to November each year. All gymnasts (including those at
schools) are invited to participate.
Each year (June or July) a Zonal Interprovincial competition takes
place in 4 centres in the disciplines of WAG, MAG and RG. TID
takes place at Provincial trials.
WAG also hosts the Naledi Cup each year (Provincially and
Nationally) for schools – team event.
The SA National Gym Games takes place every year in Sept/Oct
across 8 disciplines.
The National Schools tournament takes place during this event
across 5 disciplines – team event. TID takes place here.
It must be noted that events for children under the age of 8 will
be participatory in nature as opposed to competitive, in line with
the SAGF LTPD policy.
League structures 2011 - 2012
Implementation is due from August – November 2011.
Initially will start with 2 disciplines in 2 Districts within each
Province.
SAGF level 1-3 programs in each discipline will be used.
Roll out will continue until all districts are involved.
Challenges
Funding, Leadership and Communication
Unless there is sufficient funding from all stakeholders, very few of these
events will reach their full potential.
Few teachers are actively coaching due to a lack of knowledge. Most coaching
is done by Federation coaches. Pockets of activity, driven by passionate
people will happen.
Communication between Provincial Federations, Schools sport structures,
DSR and DBE’s is woeful at best, non-existent in some cases.
Unless everyone shares the common vision of having healthy and active
children, we will never be a nation that wins consistently. Strong leadership
and a structure that is recognised by all parties is required.
Way forward
Structures in place at in all levels of involvement
LTPD – in place and will be launched in June 2011
Education and training vital to the success of our leagues
and tournaments. LTCD plan is in progress and will be ready
in June.
Communication, capacity and co-operation are essential
for the success of Gymnastics

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