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2006 Prime Ministers High Performance Coach Scholarship programme

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2006 Prime Ministers High Performance Coach Scholarship programme

    PROJECT BASED HIGH PERFORMANCE INVESTMENT

    2009

    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY SHEET Applicant to complete

    Instructions

1. The purpose of this application is to give SPARC a brief overview of the project you are seeking support

    for. Please consider this as a summary document it should provide SPARC with the key information only.

    SPARC may request you to supply additional information in writing or via a meeting with the investment panel.

2. If a meeting is required, the investment panel will contact you with questions in advance of the meeting if it is felt

    that the application does not provide enough detail.

3. Please type all responses into this Word document.

4. Applications will be assessed using the following investment decision criteria (please consider these criteria when

    completing this executive summary and preparing your presentation):

    i. Ability to contribute to SPARC’s High Performance objectives, which are:

    ? creditable Olympic Games performances (ability to move beyond first round for team sports,

    top 16 placing for individual sports);

    ? medal winning world championship / world cup performances;

    ? medal winning Paralympic Games performances;

    ? medal winning Commonwealth Games performances; and

    ? creditable Winter Olympic Games performances.

    ii. The likely success of the project, which factors:

    ? recent performance history;

    ? the ability of the NSO to successfully implement high performance projects;

    ? the availability of athletes, coaches, support personnel, and other resources (technology,

    information, facilities, etc) to implement the project.

5. All applications are weighed in relation to each other and against their ability to deliver outcomes aligned to

    SPARC’s high performance strategy. The submission of an application does not guarantee that the application

    will be successful. Final decisions are at the discretion of the SPARC Board.

    6. Closing date for applications is 1pm Monday 5 October 2009.

    Late applications will not be considered except at the sole discretion of SPARC. If you wish to be considered for

    an extension please contact your SPARC Relationship Manager by 1pm Monday 28 September.

    An electronic copy of this summary template should be sent to hpinvestment@sparc.org.nz, and copied to your

    SPARC Relationship Manager in advance of the closing date for applications.

    You are not required to send through your presentation file in advance.

    You will receive an acknowledgement receipt of your application within 24 hours of submission. If you do not

    receive this acknowledgement please contact your SPARC Relationship Manager to ensure that your application

    has been received.

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PROJECT BASED HIGH PERFORMANCE INVESTMENT

    2009

    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY SHEET Applicant to complete

Contact Details

    National Sport Organisation Contact Person Name Position Tel Mobile Email

Project background

In the box below, summarise the project or campaign for which you are applying for investment. SPARC requires a short

    snapshot (2-3 paragraphs) of what you will be trying to achieve through the project.

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PROJECT PLAN

    Complete this section for the critical high performance projects that are not specific to an actual campaign (e.g.

    athlete development, coaching, sports science, technology projects, etc)

Please outline the key components of your project. Keep in mind this is a summary document only (limit to 1-3 pages).

What is the project?

    Why is it critical to performance improvements for your sport/team/athlete(s)?

How will you implement the project?

    Which major event are you targeting to demonstrate that improved performance?

Which athletes/teams are involved in the project?

What is the current level of performance of the athletes/teams?

    What are the key milestone measures used to track the progress of the project?

What are the potential risks to the completion of the project and how will these risks be managed?

Provide an itemised budget overview

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CAMPAIGN PLAN

    Complete this section if your application is specifically for a campaign targeting a major event (e.g. world

    championships).

Please outline the key components of your campaign. Keep in mind this is a summary document only (limit to 1-3 pages).

What is the major event your project is targeting?

    What is the qualification process for earning entry into that major event?

What is your performance target for that event?

Which athletes / teams will deliver the performance target?

    What is the current level of performance of the athlete(s) / team(s)?

    What is the anticipated level of improvement required to achieve the performance target? (E.g. times, performance, ranking, distances, etc).

    What are the milestone measures used to track performance towards the target?

    What are the key strategies required to achieve the performance target?

    Who are the support personnel required to meet the athlete(s) / team(s) needs in achieving the performance target (coaches, science, etc)?

What are the potential risks to the completion of the project and how will these risks be managed?

Provide an itemised budget overview

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Additional supporting information

Is there any additional information SPARC should consider in assessing your proposal for support?

By submitting this form, you are confirming that:

    ? you have read and understood SPARC’s Project-based High Performance Investment Criteria;

    ? any personal information supplied as part of the application is supplied with the knowledge and consent of the

    person to whom the information relates and for the purpose of assessing this application; and

    ? you understand that SPARC is subject to the Official Information Act 1984 and information held by SPARC may

    be released under that Act.

SPARC is subject to the Privacy Act 1993. Any person may apply to SPARC for access to personal information that

    relates to them, and will be given the opportunity to correct the information.

If your application contains information that is confidential or commercially sensitive, you should mark the information as

    such, and SPARC will take this into account if considering whether to release or withhold the information under the

    Official Information Act 1984.

    Signature of Applicant Date

    Name of Applicant

    Closing date for applications is 1pm 5 October 2009.

    Late applications will not be considered except at the sole discretion of SPARC.

    Applications should be submitted via email to hpinvestment@sparc.org.nz, and copied to your

    SPARC Relationship Manager.

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