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

Upcoming Workshops and Training

Social Media Marketing: A guide for Clubs, Charities and Not-for-profit Organisations

Session 1: Social Media Content(1st August): Sign up

Session 2: Facebook and Paid Advertising(8th August): Sign up

Session 3: Instagram, Twitter and TikTok(15th August): Sign up

Club Matters - bespoke club development workshops

Training Request

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.

Please describe your training or workshop request and let us know how this will benefit you or your organisation.

(Limited to 50 words)

Please, let us know if you have any feedback for any of our previous training opportunities or workshops by detailing the workshop name, workshop date (or best estimation), and your comment of feedback, which could include "how you think the workshop could be improved", "what aspects did you find useful", and any other comments about your experience.

Ryan Gordon

Ryan Gordon

Lead for Workforce and Network Resilience

Ryan is the Lead Officer for Workforce and Network Resilience. His role involves coordinating and delivering GBA Resilience Support to organisations around Berkshire as well as developing and implementing GBAs Workforce Plan. Originally from Zimbabwe, he moved to the UK when he was 15 and went on to complete a degree in Sport and Exercise Sciences, with a specific focus on Psychology. Prior to this role, he worked in Cricket Development, and is an ECB Coach Developer, mentoring and tutoring future coaches and an Advanced Coach (Level 3) in Cricket. His personal passion for sport has allowed him insight into the impact physical activity can have, and he specifically enjoys delivering sessions to help boost self esteem and enjoyment. Outside of his role, he plays cricket, golf, swimming, rugby and enjoys watching football.

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