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The Young Leader Award is a great introduction to leadership, giving young people aged 11 and over knowledge of how to organise and lead small games and activities that can be used as a part of uniformed organisation, community club or sports club sessions. The Young Leader Award aims to help learners develop leadership skills such as organisation, communication and teamwork, as well as helping to build confidence and self-esteem as they take on responsibility of leading their peers and younger children.
An event for community run sports clubs and associations who may have questions concerning their current legal structure / who are looking to restructure and are seeking specialist knowledge to determine which structure best suits their current and future needs.
Our three-hour workshop, Mental health awareness for sport and physical activity, was developed with support from sports coach UK, and is designed for coaches, sport administrators, volunteers and front of house staff. What's covered? We've listened to people living with mental health problems and people working in the sport and physical activity sectors to create a practical workshop that will help you: •Understand common misconceptions about mental health and the impact of stigma and discrimination •Identify the positive impact that being active has on physical and mental health •Appreciate the barriers that stop people getting active •Talk confidently about mental health •Know where to signpost people to if they need support •Identify practical actions to make your service more accessible for everyone
This workshop will help coaches recognise poor practice and the red flags of abuse, while also prompting a review of your coaching practice to ensure that you provide a positive and enriching experience for all children. Nearly half a million coaches have been through the Safeguarding and Protecting Children workshop in the last 20 years or so. The workshop has been developed in partnership with the NSPCC and CPSU and updated to include content on Anti-radicalisation and Vulnerable Children and Adults. The development of new guidance and scenarios is designed to counteract the latest threats to emerge that could impact on the physical or mental health of children in modern Britain. Vulnerable Children and Adults Some children might be at greater risk of abuse than others (eg disabled children, children in care or talented young people in sport), while some adults are vulnerable and may be at a greater risk of abuse. We have worked with the CPSU to develop some new scenarios that take into account additional vulnerabilities these groups may encounter and how we can ensure their voice is always heard in sport. Anti-radicalisation We have worked with the Police Prevent team to help develop new guidance and scenarios that will help coaches understand the warning signs that a young person may be being radicalised. We have also included information on how anyone with concerns can contact the NSPCC anti-radicalisation hotline.
This one-day course will help you meet your regulatory requirements if your risk assessment indicates that first aid training covering emergency protocols only, is sufficient for your workplace. Who should attend? This course is designed for people who want to receive training in emergency first aid and is especially suited for nominated first aiders in smaller, low risk working environments. What you will learn? The content of this course provides basic life saving first aid and workplace health and safety regulations, covering the following: The role of the first aider Health and safety (first aid) regulations Managing an emergency Resuscitation (adult CPR) Communication and casualty care Seizures (adult) Bleeding (minor and severe) Shock Burns Unresponsive casualty Choking (adult) Defibrillator pad placement Defibrillator prompts and how to respond