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Elite Facilities Programme

for

Northern Ireland Olympic/Paralympic Sports

Governing bodies of specified Olympic sports requirements:

 

In order to facilitate the development of applications to the Elite Facilities Programme for Northern Ireland’s Olympic Sports, it is necessary to provide detailed technical, operational and high performance information to applicant organisations. 

 

This will enable applicant organisations to ascertain if their application is likely to be deemed eligible to apply to this programme and hence meet the minimum requirements of the governing body of the appropriate Olympic sport.  It will also inform applicant organisations of how to compete more favourably against some of the assessment criteria specified for the programme and hence meet, to a greater extent, the desirable requirements of the governing body of the appropriate Olympic sport. 

 

Finally it will ensure that the SCNI can coordinate the assessment to ensure:

  • transparency and accountability;
  • the effectiveness of the evaluation criteria to identify only the most successful applications for the specified sports.

 

Governing bodies of sport have provided the following main requirements for the appropriate Olympic sports.  It should be noted that these documents will be subject to further assessment by the SCNI.  Furthermore the Governing Bodies of Sport reserve the right to amend these documents, as appropriate, at subsequent programme stages.

 

1. Essential and desirable technical requirements.

  • Essential: These must be met by applicant organisations as a minimum eligible requirement for the stage one Elite Facilities Programme application.
  • Desirable: This will be an assessment criterion for the stage one Elite Facilities Programme application that will receive allocated scores.

2. Essential and desirable operational requirements.

  • Essential: This must be met by applicant organisations as a minimum eligible requirement for the stage one Elite Facilities Programme application.
  • Desirable: This will be an assessment criterion for the stage one Elite Facilities Programme application that will receive allocated scores.
 

3. Long-term high performance strategy and needs.

This will inform both the eligibility and assessment criteria of the stage one Elite Facilities Programme application.  It is required to ensure that the applicant organisation future proofs capital design work, legal agreements, management arrangements etc. to facilitate high performance needs of the future.

Organisation Name

Application Information (click to download)

Canoe Association of NI

 

Cycling Ulster

 

NI Amateur Fencing Union

 

NI Amateur Gymnastics Association

 

NI Athletic Federation

 

NI Equestrian Sports Committee

 

NI Judo Federation

 

NI Volleyball Association

ate

 

Royal Yachting Association (NIC)

 

Taekwondo Association of NI

 

UB Badminton Union of Ireland

 

UB Irish Amateur Rowing Union

 

UB Irish Table Tennis Association

 

UB Tennis Ireland

 

Ulster Basketball Association

 

Ulster Clay Pigeon Shooting Association

 

Ulster Provincial Council Irish Amateur Boxing Association

 

NI Smallbore Shooting Union

 

Ulster Women's Hockey Union

UB Irish Hockey Association

 

 

 



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