Courses

Duty to Care Toolkit and Digital Badge

Date: On going

The Duty to Care Toolkit is a series of Knowledge Checks and coach learning resources set across the five distinct pillars that represent the Duty to Care ethos: Safeguarding, Inclusion, Diversity, Well-being and Mental Health.

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Coaching others to coach

Date: N/A

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 they can be?

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Social Prescribing Training

Date: On request

Develop the skills and knowledge to have better conversations about physical activity and sport when social prescribing.

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Physical Activity Clinical Champions Training

Date: On request

Learn how to integrate brief physical activity advice into everyday clinical practice. These sessions are free and led by Public Health England-trained facilitators.

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Making every contact count

Making Every Contact Count

Date: Ongoing

Making Every Contact Count is an evidence-based approach to improving people's health by using everyday conversations to promote behaviour change. These courses are delivered in Hampshire by Wessex Public Health Network.

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Renewal: Safeguarding and Protecting Children

Date: Ongoing

Refresh and update your understanding of safeguarding at your convenience.

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Safeguarding Adults

Date: Ongoing

Safeguarding adults is everyone’s responsibility. Learn how you can support and promote the welfare of adults on this online course, endorsed by CIMSPA.

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Online: Mental Health Awareness for Sport and Physical Activity

Date: N/A

This course lasts approximately 2-3 hours. Gain the confidence to be able to support people experiencing mental health problems, and help them to thrive inside and outside of your sessions.

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Online: Keeping deaf and disabled children safe in sport

Date: N/A

Developed in partnership with the NSPCC’s Child Protection in Sport Unit the Keeping Deaf and Disabled Children Safe in Sport module, is a convenient way for you to learn how you can make sport inclusive for children with a condition or impairment.

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