Get Berkshire Active organises a range of events each year to
- provide knowledge and expertise
- encourage collaboration
- share good practice
- facilitate networking opportunities
All to help raise the importance of improving the lives of people in Berkshire through physical activity.
We work with a diverse range of organisations from local authorities, charities, third sector organisations, police, health partners. We welcome new partners to the network to help us collectively reach more people and increase and improve physical activity levels notably for people living in the lower socio economic areas and for older people, women and girls, disabled people and other minority groups.
To register and join the GBA's Partner Network please contact email@example.com
Partner Network Forum
Our Partner Network Forums happen three times a year and feature a key topic along with GBA updates and networking opportunities.
Some feedback from our recent Partner Network Forums:
"GBA helps me to think objectively about the challenges ahead and around reinventing the wheel"
"Simply put-offering everyone the chance to come together, share information and network is the most valuable outcome of this event"
"Good facilitation of networking"
Previous Partner Network Forums
Other CPD and Networking events
Outside of our Partner Network Forum events GBA organises additional forums which tend to focus on a key outcome, issue or audience. Whilst our Partner Network Forum events typically take place at our HQ at Bisham Abbey, these additional forums take place in a variety of locations across Berkshire. They are typically delivered in collaboration with key partners and allow for more time to explore the identified topic or theme.
"It was great networking with various organisations /individuals, as well as getting our primary school offer to schools which had little or no experience of Badminton. Well done on a well organised conference and those who attended seemed to be really engaged" - Alex Roe, Badminton England, about the GBA Physical Activity Conference for Primary Schools