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We are continuing to pull together a list of online workshops or webinars which might be or use to you, your club or your community organisation. Take a look at the links below for more details:

Our Latest Workshops will be updated here when available

Club Matters is Sport England’s one stop shop for sports clubs, groups and organisations involved in the delivery of physical activity and sport. Club matters provides free convenient, practical resources to help organisations to develop, grow and become more sustainable and successful.

Club Matters will be delivering online workshops.

For more information and to be kept up to date on virtual workshops please visit their website.  

For the foreseeable future we will be running UK Coaching Safeguarding and Protecting Children workshops online via virtual classroom sessions.

The workshops will run for two hours and will follow the same process as our face to face workshop with the same content being covered.

In order to attend any of our online workshops you must have access to a laptop, tablet or a smartphone (however functionality may be limited using this device). Throughout the session you must have access to a fully functioning microphone and audio system.

This is a collaboration between West Midlands based sport, physical activity and mental health organisations committed to working together to increase the number of service providers who are equipped with the skills to support and engage people who may be going through a mental health experience in physical activity.

We have access to free licenses for an online e-learning course in Mental Health Awareness in Sport. For more details on the course, click here.

If you would like access to a licence then please get in touch with Daniel Allen.

Each week UK Coaching will be holding a conversation about a particular coaching topic that they know is important to coaches and one that many would like to learn more about.

The ‘Curious Coaches Club’ will have three parts to it:

1. Watch ‘A Conversation About…’ between expert coaches live on a Monday or on-demand via UK Coaching.org 

2. Engage and take part in a more in-depth community-of-practice style conversation about the topic on Wednesday from 11.00am to 12 noon or Thursday from 18.00 to 19.00 via smaller informal gatherings of coaches hosted by one of their team. Book on one of the Community of Practice webinars, although note that, to attend a session, you must have attended the live open webinar or watched it ‘on demand’ via UKCoaching.org.

3. Continue the conversation via the community aspect of ‘Connected Coaches’ hosted on UK Coaching website.

For details on the upcoming courses, click here.

The ‘Inspiring Positive Behaviour in Sport’ eLearning module from UK Coaching helps you develop your skills in managing disruptive behaviour. It will also challenge you to think about what you deem acceptable behaviour from your participants.

Click here for for more details and to book.

Complete this course from UK Coaching and you will feel more confident including people with a visual impairment in your sports and activity sessions. Packed full of helpful tips, practical solutions and vibrant videos*, the 6 modules will increase your knowledge, assurance and skills to be able to coach people with a visual impairment.

For more details and to book, click here.

England Athletics are working with UKA in partnership with EduCare to provide online education resources for clubs. 

For more details click here.

Reed.co.uk has more than 40,000 courses, some of which are free.

For more details and to book, click here.

Swim England are working to develop further FREE online CPD opportunities and sign posting to helpful resources, including some additional live webinars.

Their hope is that this will allow you to keep your staff up-to-date, engage with your swimming lesson parents and provide an opportunity to support teacher development without needing to deliver face to face training.

The existing resources are available for you to access now:

Learn to Swim webinars
Teaching hub
Continuous Professional Development

Swim England have launched a new online CPD course, helping those in the sector to understand the importance of safeguarding. Click here for more information.

1st4Sport has online modules whereby learners can work independently or dip-in when they have a specific challenge.

For more details, click here. 

Are you responsible for helping coaches to learn and develop?

Do you consider yourself to be a coach developer, a coach educator, a mentor, a tutor or somebody else who just wants to support coaches and enable them to become the best coach they can be?

This course is designed to support people like you. It is a course dedicated to developing the people who develop the coaches. It is particularly intended to support people who are just beginning to support coaches or those who want to develop their expertise in the role further.

The course is introduced by Lucy Moore and Stuart Armstrong of Sport England. Lucy is a Coach Development Manager and Stuart is Head of Coaching and Professional Workforce. Both are active coaches and coach developers.

Click here for more details and to book.

Various free courses available from the Open University.

Click here for more details.

Nutrition Society have a range of live webinars which provide an opportunity to ask the speaker questions. If you are unable to view the live webinar, you can register for a link to the pre-recorded version.

For more details, click here.


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