GBA Training and Courses
If you would like to attend any of our future forum events or training courses, let us know via our training request form: GBA Training Requests
Or get in touch with our Workforce Officer: email@example.com
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Upcoming Workshops and Training
In collaboration with Activity Alliance and UK Coaching, the Inclusive Activity Programme is being delivered as an online workshop!
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If you're interested in attending or learning more about this online workshop, click on the following link:
Who is it for: sports coaches and activity providers, community activators working in disabled people's organisations, local charities, community housing and scout/guide groups, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, and care and support workers.
Previous Workshops and Training
Berkshire Clubs Forum:
We are hosted our first Online Clubs Forum on the 9th of September, on sharing experiences and planning ahead in our Return to Action.
These events are free for any club colleague or coach working or living in Berkshire.
To express interest in our future forum and networking events, please get in touch with us via our training request form: GBA Training Requests, or email our Workforce Officer: firstname.lastname@example.org
Let us know if you would like to see us organise a new or repeat workshop or training opportunity!
If you or your workforce have any specific or general training needs, please let us know. All feedback and insight that we gain are used to tailor the support that we aim to provide to the Berkshire workforce and sport & physical activity sector.
These forms are completely anonymous, however if you would like us to respond to your request or feedback, pleases do provide us with your email address below.
Strategic Lead for Starting Life Well
James is the Head of Starting Life Well at Get Berkshire Active. His role is to support partners in getting more young people active and enjoying the benefits that physical activity and sport can bring. Before he began working in the Sports Development sector, he was a Primary School Teacher and Sports Coach, which gave him the key skills to support and understand young people. In the Sports Development sector, he has previously worked in a local authority and a neighbouring Active Partnership, taking on roles centred around children and young people, safeguarding and inclusion. His passion for physical activity comes from his own positive experiences of taking part in football, athletics and any sport he has the opportunity to do.