This guidance is provided as a good practice guide to performance measurement for sport. It will assist local authority providers of sport and recreation services to demonstrate how key sporting outcomes are being delivered, as well as how efficient and effective those services are.
It gives a shortlist of core indicators that Sport England is encouraging all authorities to adopt as well as a ‘basket’ of other indicators from which appropriate local indicators can be selected, depending on your local priorities.
Information and guidance is also provided on the function, selection, measurement and interpretation of performance indicators and on the use of benchmarking
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Reference : Sport England. (2001). Performance measurement for the development of sport: A good practice guide for local authorities. London: Sport England
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