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Organizational capacity in Sport Organizations

In past year, extent to which the organization has sufficient staffing and human resources relating to:

  To a great extent Some extent Not at all Unsure/Not applicable
Administrative staff 35% 42% 13% 10%
Managerial staff 37% 36% 14% 14%
Executive or board members 50% 34% 10% 6%
Coaching, officiating, technical staff 33% 53% 10% 4%
Volunteers 22% 49% 20% 9%
(-) Suppressed cell         
Source: CFLRI, 2020-2021 Sport Organizations survey    

 

% of sport organizations indicating sufficient staffing and human resources to a great extent relating to:

  Atlantic Quebec Ontario West North
Administrative staff 32% 39% 32% 32% -
Managerial staff 30% 44% 34% 32% -
Executive or board members 39% 49% 50% 51% -
Coaching, officiating, technical staff 29% 28% 34% 40% -
Volunteers - 17% 22% 29% -
(-) Suppressed cell          
Source: CFLRI, 2020-2021 Sport Organizations survey        

 

% of sport organizations indicating sufficient staffing and human resources to a great extent relating to:

  Smaller organizations (<151 participants) Larger organizations (≥151 participants)
Administrative staff 30% 41%
Managerial staff 31% 43%
Executive or board members 42% 59%
Coaching, officiating, technical staff 36% 29%
Volunteers 25% 21%
(-) Suppressed cell    
Source: CFLRI, 2020-2021 Sport Organizations survey  

 

Regarding quality sport programs, % of sport organizations indicating sufficient financial resources: 

 

  To a great extent Some extent Not at all Unsure/Not applicable
To support the organizational infrastructure 20% 59% 16% 5%
To support the governance 31% 38% 19% 12%
To support facilities and venues 14% 47% 29% 10%
For development of coaches and leaders 13% 51% 29% 7%
To support athlete development 14% 49% 30% 6%
For communications-related activities 9% 38% 46% 7%
For increasing recruitment 11% 44% 41% 4%
To ensure gender equity 27% 34% 22% 17%
To address inclusion and accessibility 22% 37% 27% 14%
To address concussion, injury prevention, and return-to-play protocols 29% 38% 19% 14%
To ensure safe sport 43% 41% 11% 5%
To address new procedures as a result of COVID-19 29% 50% 17% 4%
(-) Suppressed cell        
Source: CFLRI, 2020-2021 Sport Organizations survey      

 

Regarding quality sport programs, % of sport organizations indicating sufficient financial resources (to a great extent)

  Atlantic Quebec Ontario West North
To support the organizational infrastructure 26% 20% 16% 22% -
To support the governance 27% 38% 25% 27% -
To support facilities and venues - 13% - 15% -
For development of coaches and leaders - - - 16% -
To support athlete development - 13% 12% 16% -
For communications-related activities - - - 12% -
For increasing recruitment - - - 14% -
To ensure gender equity 28% 28% 24% 28% -
To address inclusion and accessibility - 23% 18% 24% -
To address concussion, injury prevention, and return-to-play protocols 26% 34% 30% 25% -
To ensure safe sport 41% 46% 41% 41% -
To address new procedures as a result of COVID-19 26% 29% 27% 31% -
(-) Suppressed cell          
Source: CFLRI, 2020-2021 Sport Organizations survey      

Regarding quality sport programs, % of sport organizations indicating sufficient financial resources (to a great extent)

  Smaller organizations (<151 participants) Larger organizations (≥151 participants)
To support the organizational infrastructure 19% 21%
To support the governance 27% 37%
To support facilities and venues 14% 13%
For development of coaches and leaders 13% 14%
To support athlete development 14% 14%
For communications-related activities - 12%
For increasing recruitment 7% 14%
To ensure gender equity 26% 28%
To address inclusion and accessibility 21% 25%
To address concussion, injury prevention, and return-to-play protocols 29% 31%
To ensure safe sport 45% 41%
To address new procedures as a result of COVID-19 28% 29%
(-) Suppressed cell    
Source: CFLRI, 2020-2021 Sport Organizations survey  

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