Looking to Increase Participation in Your Sessions?
Increasing participation is about understanding the needs of different groups of participants. Anyone who has a passion for sport knows how good coaching can make a difference. It plays a vital role in ensuring participants keep coming back to take part.
For those of you who prefer hands on learning experiences we have a range of workshops that are perfect to help you do just that! They all include a practical element so you will have the chance to put what you learn into practice.
If you primarily coach adults then ‘How to Deliver Engaging Sessions: A Guide for Developing Adults Through Sport’ is the ideal workshop for you. It will develop your coaching skills, to meet the needs of different participant groups, and help engage new participants at your sessions.
For those who coach children, you can play your part in developing children’s physical literacy and make sure they want to keep coming back to sport. The FUNdamentals of Movement series of workshops includes:
- An Introduction to the FUNdamentals of Movement
- FUNdamentals of Balance
- FUNdamentals of Coordination
- FUNdamentals of Agility
Why not attend ‘An Introduction to the FUNdamentals of Movement’ to find out more about this series? You’ll learn about the key skills that underpin the majority of sports AND find out how to put the FUN back into your sessions. Past attendees of the workshops Alison Tootill and Andy Sommers certainly saw the benefits to their coaching.
If you want to open up your coaching sessions to people of all abilities, you need to understand the needs of different groups. Attending Inclusive Coaching: Disability will improve your ability to coach sport for disabled people. Don’t just take our word for it; watch what past attendees of the workshop think.Add to My Folder