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Kerry Dexter

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01452 393 607

Active Gloucestershire Training Programme 2017 - 2018

Our training programmes present a great opportunity to broaden understanding and knowledge on a whole range of topics to support you in your role. The programmes currently available are listed below and you can click on the respective button to see more details about each course and book a place.

If you have any questions about the courses; would like to discuss running a course for a large group; or require training in an area that we don’t currently offer, please get in touch with our, Head of Operations, Kerry Dexter by email here or call 01452 393 607


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Access for all: workshop on inclusive and accessible communications

A half day workshop on how to reach more disabled people through more accessible communications and better marketing practices.

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            Mental Health Awareness for Sport and Physical Activity

Mental Health Awareness in Sport & Physical Activity

A FREE 3-hour workshop to give participants a broad understanding of mental health issues and their impact on participation in sport and physical activity.

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            First Aid Course

First Aid

This course is regulated through Nuco Training, and provides an accredited NVQ award in First Aid at Work.

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            Safeguarding

Safeguarding & Protecting Children

This workshop is aimed at any individual who is involved with coaching, leading or assisting within children’s activities.

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            Female Coaches

Glos Girls Can: New Female Coaching and Leadership Network Event

Our first Female Coaching Network Event is open to all female instructors, coaches and leaders who live and/or deliver activity in Gloucestershire.

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            Multi Sport - Time to Listen

Multi Sport - Time to Listen

Club Welfare Officers must have attended a Safeguarding and Protecting Children workshop previously and will need to bring their own reporting procedures to the workshop.

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