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News: April 2017

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» 27.04.17: Successful Multi-Skills Course hosted at Calton Willows Academy
 As part of our internal quality assurance strategy, we visited day one of our 1st4Sport Level 2 Multi-Skills course which was held at Calton Willows Academy, Nottingham on Saturday 22nd April. The course, led by experienced tutor Gordon Fearn, was attended by twelve learners from a variety of backgrounds. The majority of learners hope to use this qualification to support their work coaching in schools. We wish them the best of luck for the rest of the course.

» 27.04.17: First down and ten
Sport business team members Simon Kirkland, Jobeth Bastable and Rebecca Gibson have started to support the British American Football Association in a stakeholder consultation held at the home of Saracens Rugby Club. The consultation gain views of members about how the NGB was doing, consulting on the vision and key objectives. Following a day of facilitation some key actions for the next year were agreed. We hope this is the start of a growing relationship.

» 25.04.17: Wolverhampton is Set to Go!
  Our BRIDGES programme has been running since September 2016 in Walsall, Sandwell and Dudley. It is now time to start the programme in the City of Wolverhampton!


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» 25.04.17: Supporting British Shooting in their next steps
Outline  Last year we supported British Shooting in developing and writing their Sport England core market funding submission. We were delighted that the funding submission was a success with a 4% increase in funding. We were asked for further support in preparation for the 4-year cycle and in particular with their commercial strategy.

» 25.04.17: Staff News March/April 2017
Its been a busy couple of months at Sport Structures. We have welcomed new staff, celebrated birthdays and of course been working hard. With the changes in the staff team we thought it was time for a new staff photo....