|1.||Investigate and critique the processes associated with recruiting and retaining participants in community sport / active recreation organisations;|
|2.||Review and reflect on strategies used by community sport / active recreation organisations to encourage participation for a targeted group such as players, coaches / instructors, scorers, committee members or umpires / referees;|
|3.||Collaborate to consult and negotiate with a manager from a selected sport / active recreation club to create or modify a framework to recruit and retain participants as players, coaches / instructors, scorers, committee members or umpire/referees;|
|4.||Apply a socio-ecological model to increase participation in a community sport club/active recreation organisation; and,|
|5.||Reflect on how an innovative framework leads to encouraging participation through effective recruitment and retention strategies.|
|Assignment||Critical reflection on targeted sport club||20%|
|Assignment||Assignment Part 1: Group strategies development framework||30%|
|Assignment||Assignment Part 2: Collaborative group strategies infographic||30%|
|Presentation||Peer review presentation and club manager presentation||20%|
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