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» 28.06.17: UK Coaching Summit 2017
Simon and Kath attended the UK Coaching Summit in Belfast at the start of June. The theme of the Summit ‘Extending Our Reach’ reflected UK Coaching’s broader definition of coaching. It was a great opportunity to network, meet new people and share good practice in workforce development. "The UK Coaching Summit is the annual opportunity to get up to speed with the latest in how the coaching network is progressing particularly following the launch of the coaching plan for England. It was great to see the coaching network putting the structures in place to growth the workforce"  

» 12.06.17: Staff News May/June 2017
As always we've had a busy month at Sport Structures both in and out of work! We've had a wedding, celebrated anniversarys and more. Read all about what our staff have been up to the past month below...

» 12.06.17: We got involved with #VolunteersWeek
Volunteers Week took place 1st - 7th June and we took part on social media. We decided to share stories from our own staff on why they volunteer and where, check them out below...


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» 09.06.17: BBO Bridges Coaching Communities programme: Participant Progression
  In the past month, the our BBO BRIDGES programme which is funded jointly by the European Social Fund and the Big Lottery Fund has completed in Dudley, where 50% of the participants have found a progression route into either employment, further education or working with a fellow BRIDGES partner. This is a great achievement for the individuals and shows the importance of the BBO BRIDGES programme to the local community. We are continuing to work with those who are yet to find a progression to support them specific to their current needs. Our next programme begins in Walsall on Wednesday 28th June, for more information contact Leah Evans or Dan Jones

» 08.06.17: Apprenticeship CPD Day
Thursday 1st June 2017 played host to our bi-yearly apprenticeship CPD day at our offices in Edgbaston. These events are held to enhance all aspects of our apprenticeship provision and to ensure our workforce are being heard and supported. The day included information on standardisation and quality assurance, Ofsted and learning programmes. Lots of best practice was shared by the tutors and we’d like to thank all our tutors that attended and helped to make the day so informative!