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Strategic Plan

The purpose of Gymnastics Nova Scotia is to promote the sport of gymnastics as a multi-discipline sport providing the opportunity of participation and promoting fitness, well being and social values at all levels of interest and ability, regardless of age, from the recreation to the high performance level.

2018 Vision for Success:

Our vision provides us with the picture of what our desired future will be. It enables us to articulate a common understanding of what our future goals and desires are for Gymnastics Nova Scotia and the development of gymnastics in Nova Scotia. In 5 years’ time our vision looks like this:

GYMNASTICS NOVA SCOTIA IS A “BEST PRACTICE” ORGANIZATION

  • Strong Board and effective work structure
  • Fiscal Stability
  • Strong corporate sponsorship involvement
  • Vibrant organization achieving our collective vision
  • Effective succession planning for Board and Committees
  • Effective policies to guide decision making

TECHNICAL LEADERSHIP IN PLACE TO ACHIEVE OUR VISSION

  • Increased coaching capacity to service both the recreational and competitive streams in all disciplines
  • More learning facilitators in various disciplines
  • Strengthen officials development and delivery

PROGRAMS AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR ALL

  • Increase in the number of participants and opportunities for all levels (recreational, elite competitors, able bodies, individuals with disabilities )
  • Skill development, training and competition programs are age and developmentally appropriate based on new LTAD model
  • Continued success of NS athletes on national teams
  • Increased funding/supports for athletes

ENHANCED COMUNICATIONS AND MEMBER ENGAGEMENT

  • Improved engagement and communication between recreational clubs and GNS
  • Enhanced systems for gathering input and feedback from members
  • Better understanding of GNS and its vision/priorities by members and partners
  • Better link with non-members (Municipal Recreation Departments, Day Cares) and intro programs such as Tumblebugs.

CLUB GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT

  • Increased number of clubs throughout the province
  • Increased representation of clubs at competitions.
  • More clubs with full time coaches