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Indiana University, Bloomington
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Sph-R 230 - Recreational Sports Programming
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R230 K206 Recreational Sports Programming Facility Case Study Sturts University Student Recreation Center 1 10 000 sq ft room equipped for strength and conditioning training complete with office space a lab for fitness testing consulting and stretching area 2 Suspended indoor 1 8 mile jogging track 3 Two 2 500 sq ft multi purpose rooms dance studios 4 6 indoor basketball courts convertible to 2 volleyball courts 5 Indoor in line skating facility 6 6 outdoor lighted tennis courts 7 Outdoor multi purpose athletic field can accommodate 4 flag football 2 soccer or 2 softball fields with lights 8 One club sport field used for club rugby lacrosse and soccer can accommodate just one sport at a time equipped with bleachers for spectator 9 Outdoor jogging walking track surrounding the athletic field 10 Olympic sized swimming pool with diving well 11 Locker room shower facilities 12 Outdoor open parking facility Clientele consists of students faculty and staff at the 30 000 student university Students range in age primarily from 18 30 however older graduate students as well as faculty and staff also use the facility and programs Programs include fitness wellness group fitness classes weight lifting cardiovascular fitness testing and consultation informal sports informal participant driven activities using existing facilities intramural sports usually in the evening using outdoor multipurpose facility basketball courts and in line skating facility club sports using outdoor club field rugby soccer and lacrosse must share also indoor clubs such as karate fencing tae kwon do and table tennis which share indoor multi purpose rooms with the group fitness program aquatics intercollegiate swimming and diving team shares the facility workouts in the mornings synchronized swimming club uses the pool open swim throughout the day and occasional special events community sponsored programs that rent facilities other university sponsored programs that utilize facilities such as the University Dance Department etc YOUR JOB 1 Develop a membership plan for your facility Consider who is eligible to join what fees charges would you suggest consider clientele different membership options daily use passes etc How will access to your facility be controlled Will you have a membership card What if customers forget to bring it with them What is included in the various membership options day pass yearly membership spouses family semester summer Locker towels swimming weight rooms etc students facility staff 2 3 4 guests monthly day week passes Consider facility availability When are your facilities available Are your tennis courts open for use in December How about your multi purpose and club athletic fields Consider different user groups when should the swimming team have priority in the pool How about the synchronized swimming club Should group exercise classes have priority in the multi purpose studios When should clubs be allowed to use these facilities Develop a facility schedule for one fictitious day in October You must juggle informal open recreation intramurals club fitness and aquatics programming Assume all user groups listed above are active on this day What are your staffing implications Concentrate on facility supervision as opposed to program staff What types of staff positions will you want on duty How will you control access to the facility How will you ensure proper evaluation procedures Who will supervise activity 5 6 7 8 areas or swimming pools What certifications should your staff have What happens if there is a maintenance issue What about security List hours of operation for ALL of the above facilities What is your facility reservation policy If someone is not affiliated with the university can they utilize the facility for a special event If so what are the parameters costs etc What about students faculty and or staff What areas are generally reserved by these groups for use Are there time restrictions on when facilities can be reserved and for how long How will you handle customer issues Complaints suggestions lost and found Who will be responsible for these areas create an organizational chart of who is responsible for what Is there anything else to consider Participant conduct rules Disciplinary procedures Specific facility use policies women s only basketball courts regulations on pick up games running direction on track etc What will you do to promote inclusion accessibility and diversity Attention to each of these should be reflected in your policies


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