There are a number of generic courses that are aimed at coaches, teachers and sports development professionals with an interest in developing skills to make sport more inclusive for disabled people. Below is a list and brief explanation of the available courses.
This workshop tackles questions that are frequently asked by sports teachers, coaches and participants about how to work with disabled sports people. This includes a whole spectrum of new ideas for inclusion, the workshop will introduce and offer guidance to any coach involved with disabled people in sport, the emphasis being to introduce coaches to the Inclusion Spectrum and effective practice.
At the end of the workshop, coaches will be able to:
New scUK Inclusive Coaching Workshop launched
The sports coach UK workshop 'Coaching Disabled Performers' will be replaced by a brand-new workshop, 'Inclusive Coaching: Disability'.
This workshop is designed to help coaches ensure they are more inclusive in their coaching, so reducing the barriers to participation that disabled people may face.
How will running this workshop benefit coaches? It's a good question. In short, they will:
• enhance their current coaching skills so their practice can be more inclusive
• be brought right up to speed with the basic elements of classifications in disability sport
• get to grips with participant pathways for disabled participants
• gain additional knowledge by reflecting on their, and other attendees', experiences.
What's more, the workshop includes a practical session coaching disabled people so it's the perfect environment for your coaches to get some hands-on experience.
Plus, they will get this practical and informative supporting workshop resource.
To arrange this workshop for your coaches contact North Yorkshire Sport on 01423 841079 or email@example.com.
This practical course will ensure that pupils with special education needs, learning difficulties, physical or sensory impairments can take part in a positive PE and games experience. Delivered in a sports hall delegates receive an active hands-on learning experience. Packed with new skills and teaching methods you are guaranteed to go away buzzing with ideas.
Disability equality training is delivered through interactive workshops, group discussions and DVD clips that bring the subject to life and make the learning fun. Candidates will review appropriate terminology, discover a variety of important communication techniques, help understand their obligations under the Disability Discrimination Act plus much more!
If you are interested in sport specific disability and equity training contact the relevant National Governing Body (NGB) to see if they have a disability and equity module available within their coaching qualifications.