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Course Adventuree #4 - Service Sectors in Your Community.pptx

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  1. ADVENTURE #4 – SERVICE SECTORS IN YOUR COMMUNITY By: Jacob Gallacher S# 300351615
  2. THE THREE SECTORS • Public Sector: “Government either indirectly or directly delivers leisure and recreation services” (Lunn, 2022) • Commercial Sector: “The commercial sector has responded to the business opportunities of leisure and recreation and has recognized the need for innovative leisure and recreation goods, supplies, and services” (Lunn, 2022) • Voluntary Sector: “The voluntary sector is the area of service that has the closest ties to local communities, as organizations in this sector are operated primarily by volunteers” (Lunn, 2022)
  3. SOUTH SURREY’S PUBLIC SECTOR • South Surrey’s public library • Grandview Hight's Secondary school • South Surrey Recreational center
  4. SOUTH SURREY’S PUBLIC LIBRARY Photo from: https://www.surreylibraries.ca/locations/semiahmoo-branch General information: a) South Surrey public Library b) 1815 152 St, Surrey, BC V4A 9Y9 c) The South Surrey public library is an example of the public sector as it is funded primarily through the government. This goes for the worker’s pay, new books and upkeep charges. d) The Library as elements of recreation. Largely in part due to the events held for all ages within the building. Book enjoyers of all ages can enjoy a book while the sit, meet new people with similar taste and enjoy the vast number of seminars and speakers that come to talk about their new books and why The public library can be evaluated under the public sector through the “why” and “focus cliental.” The why, “Usually free or fees are subsidized; necessary for society Public good, ”(Lunn, 2022) the library has no fee and free to sign up to sign-out books to read and the focus cliental, is the “General public.” (Lunn, 2022)
  5. GRANDVIEW HEIGHT'S SECONDARY SCHOOL Photo from: https://educationnewscanada.com/article/education/level/k12/3/91640 0/our-newest-school-grandview-heights-secondary-is-ready-to-open- its-doors-.html General information: a) Grandview Heights Secondary school b) 16987 25 Ave, Surrey, BC V3Z 0Z9 c) Grandview is viewed as a public sector due to it being government funded with little help from personal and fundraisers d) At Grandview heights secondary school, all three NCCP topics are covered, coaching, (physical) education and recreation. As Grandview is a school, there are sport teams which fall under coaching, physical education classes which fall under (physical) education and, for recreation, often after school there will be drop-ins for different sports being held for people of all skill levels.
  6. GRANDVIEW HEIGHT'S SECONDARY SCHOOL CONTINUED • As I mentioned Grandview Heights Secondary school touched on the NCCP of (physical) education. They do this through the required physical education classes. When I was a student, my favorite activity to learn and play was basketball but, without the help of James Naismith, this would not of been possible, as mentioned in course adventure #2, he was the creator of basketball and, “In 1891 he invented the game of basketball while being in charge of the indoor physical education program for Y.M.C.A.” (Lunn, 2022) Not only did he create the sport I love, he also helped pave the way for many great P.E teachers to come as he molded the physical education we know today and brought it to become more resolved around sport where previously P.E was more for creating healthy and fit young individuals to help fight in our wars.
  7. SOUTH SURREY RECREATIONAL CENTER Picture from: https://www.surrey.ca/parks-recreation/recreation-facilities/south-surrey-recreation- arts-centre General information: a) South Surrey Recreational center b) 14601 20 Ave, Surrey, BC V4A 9P5 c) The South Surrey Recreational center is an example of a public sector as its sole purpose is to give the people of south surrey a weight gym, sport gym and many other utilities for a cheap fee. Also, the rec center is funded through the government d) The south surrey recreational center has coaching, education and recreation. As the name suggests, recreation happens throughout this establishment, with gyms being open for drop-ins, space able to be booked out in case of an event and other fun activities. For coaching, many community ran organizations run out of the recreational centers as field and gym rents are cheaper as the government gives them a better rate if they are a non-profit, also, it is possible to book a private trainer to help you within the gyms. Finally, education happens in every space of the rec center. Whether that is parents coaching their kids, during community ran events or even the many day camps that is ran through the rec center as a forum of daycare for parents when their kids are out on break.
  8. SOUTH SURREY’S COMMERCIAL SECTOR • Southridge Secondary school • Club 16 gym • Morgan Creek golf course
  9. SOUTHRIDGE PRIVATE SCHOOL Picture from: https://www.southridge.ca/admissions/tuition-and- fees General information: a) Southridge Private School b) 2656 160 St, Surrey, BC V3Z 0B7 c) As the name suggests, Southridge is a part of the private sector, as you must pay are large sum of cash to send your child here. Which fits the general description perfectly, “recreation for which the consumer pays and for which the supplier expects to make a profit” (Lunn, 2022) d) As we saw with Grandview Heights Secondary School, Southridge connects to all three NCCP topics, coaching education and recreation. Just as Grandview, Southridge offers numerous sport teams to be apart of which fall under coaching. Physical education classes which fall under (physical) education, where students will be taught basic movement and skill techniques for a variety of physical activities and, the school offers many after school programs such as sports, art, computer science and more, something for each student.
  10. CLUB 16 AND SHE’S FIT GYM General information: a) Club 16 Trevor Linden Fitness / She’s FIT! Gym b) 16050 24 Ave #135, Surrey, BC V3Z 0R5 c) Due to the Bi-weekly membership cost, Club16 falls under the private sector. As Ed Lunn states, “The commercial sector has responded to the business opportunities of leisure and recreation and has recognized the need for innovative leisure and recreation goods, supplies, and services.” (Lunn, 2022) Club16 charges a premium for their service as before in the area, there was not many gyms easily accessible, thus Club16 saw this as an opportunity to create a busies that would fill this hole. d) The gym itself only touches on recreation, as people within the area workout at Club16 to better them selves as well to gain a feeling of enjoyment and fulfillment. With Club16 you could argue that is touches the coaching aspect of NCCP with the trainers available to train you but, they are on contract and thus not directly correlated with the gym. Picture from: https://www.yelp.ca/biz/club16-trevor-linden-fitness-south-surrey- surrey Club16 can be evaluated under the private sector through “Why,” “What,” “How much,” and “Where When How.” For why, Club16 is “Provided for a cost; profit oriented,” (Lunn, 2022) for what, Club16 is largely “Consumer desire, Based on demand, High level training and, specialized service,” (Lunn, 2022) for how much, Club 16 relies on “Revenue from fees and corporate sponsorship,” and for where when how, Club16 targets “anyone who can afford the service, provided at own facilities.” (Lunn, 2022)
  11. CLUB 16 AND SHE’S FIT GYM CONTINUED • As a human, it is in our nature to strive for the best in life, whether that is the best house, cars, job or our ideal self image. Club16 understands this and markets their business to people attempting to reach their ideal self image. As it is stated in course adventure #1, “Your ISI is a description of a best possible version of yourself – a picture of you fulfilling your potential as a skilled, happy, expressive, and self-actualized person. It is a positive mental image of the person that you want to be and become.” (Lunn, 2021) With this in mind, CLub16 and She’s fit has been able to target these individuals and make a profit off their life goals.
  12. MORGAN CREEK GOLF COURSE Photo from: https://www.morgancreekgolf.com/golf/photos General information: a) Morgan Creek Golf Course b) 3500 Morgan Creek Way, Surrey, BC V3Z 0J7 c) Morgan Creek golf course is part of the private sector as it is privately own, thus making its income through the goods and activities they offer. d) Just as the schools, Morgan Creek golf course represents the three NCCP topics perfectly. Coaching happens everywhere on the course, whether it is at the range with a private coach or just some friendly advice from your buddy out on the course. Education is represented with the warp- up area and the range where you can find people of all skill levels working and improving their game, from basic techniques to mastery skills. Recreation is happening allover, from the course to the practice facility and even the club house. There is something to do for all people here, allowing you to find enjoyment in many things.
  13. SOUTH SURREY’S VOLUNTARY SECTOR • Coastal Football club • Good shepherd Church • Peace Arch Scouting group
  14. COASTAL FOOTBALL CLUB Photo from: https://www.coastalfc.ca/single-post/2020/01/05/coastal-fc-pro-d-day- camps General information: a) Coastal Football club b) 2295 148 St, Surrey, BC V4A 0B1 c) Coastal FC is an example of the non-profit sector, is part due to majority of the jobs required to run the program are volunteer, which allows the FC to keep the cost down thus, making their program more accessible to families. d) Coastal FC represents both coaching and recreation. Each team has a coach that helps develop each child that is on their team, teaching them basic sport and non-sport specific skills to help develop the child. Also, recreation, parents sign their kids up to coastal for many reasons, mainly due to the exercise and chance to meet new friends but, for the child, being signed up for Coastal means you are gaining physical fitness and literacy while enjoying your time and
  15. GOOD SHEPHERD CHURCH Photo from: https://canada247.info/explore/british_columbia/greater_vancouver/surrey /good_shepherd_church.html General information: a) Good Shepherd church b) 2250 150 St, Surrey, BC V4A 9J3 c) The Church of Good Shepherd falls under the non-profit sector. As they solely rely on donations from their patrons to keep open and to be able to offer many free camps, Sunday school and other activities for their community d) All churches are different but for Good Shepherd, they touch on the NCCP topic of recreation. As a church they offer many programs free of charge for children. Including summer camps, bible lessons and even sport activities. The Good Shepherd Church can be evaluated as a non-profit through “Why” “How Much” and “Who.” For why, the Church takes donations to “sustaining services” (Lunn, 2022) that they offer to their community. For how much, the Church asks for “donations and fundraising” (Lunn, 2022) to keep operations running and, for who, the Church targets “The group who establish interest,” (Lunn, 2022) such as Catholics.
  16. GOOD SHEPHERD CHURCH CONTINUED • The Good Shepherd Church can be related to our course adventure #3 through the medical wheel. The church is built on the values of faith, spirituality, trust, mental and physical embodiment. Just with the aboriginals within the course adventure, the people of the church use the four sides of the medicine wheel, spiritual, metal, physical and emotional to embody their views and “achieve balance and harmony in all four areas” (Lunn, 2022) of their lives.
  17. PEACE ARCH SCOUTING GROUP Picture from: http://www.6thpeacearch.com/ General information: a) 6th Peace Arch Scouting Group of beavers, cubs and scouts b) Located at a variety of locations surrounding South Surrey and Peace Arch c) The Scouts are part of the non-profit sector, as the leaders are often volunteers that are either parents or individuals that went through the program themselves and want to provide the opportunity that they had to the next generation d) The Scouting groups represent both education and recreation. The education portion is often correlated with the badges they earn through learning and mastering new skills, which can range from basic motor skills to more advance life skills. Recreation is represented through the many activities they perform from sports, to
  18. REFERENCES • Lunn, E. (2021). Adventure #1 – Benefits, Ideal Self, & Activities, 1–22. • Lunn, E. (2022). Adventure #2 – History of PE & REC, 1–27. • Lunn, E. (2022). Adventure #3 – Physical Literacy, Play, & Perspectives, 1– 19. • Lunn, E. (2022).Adventure #4 - Service Sectors in Your Community, 1-10
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