Join us this #UKCoachingWeek as we celebrate coaches’ instrumental role in accelerating the nation’s recovery following a tough year of pandemic-induced disruption.
Coaches are catalysts for transformational change and the heartbeat of sport and physical activity, and we have a busy schedule of free live interactive events planned to help pump up your energy and enthusiasm for The Great Coaching Comeback.
A key feature of this year’s national campaign will be delivering practical solutions to help the coaching family recover and reinvent at this pivotal time, so that you can reach all those in need of your support – and reach your own potential as a coach.
We have a jam-packed schedule of free live online events that we'd love you to attend.
There are two opportunities to pick up some great tips from our popular Time2learn sessions:
Wednesday 12-1pm – Mind will host a session on ‘Prioritising Mental Well-being’. Book here.
Friday 12-1pm – the NSPCC will deliver a session on ‘Creating a Safe Space for Participation’. Book here.
For a more relaxed look at coaching why not join us for some Coach-A-Long fun, a 45-minute interactive discussion in which we will watch key clips from an inspirational movie with our coaching hats on?
Judy Murray will be our special guest for this Thursday's 1pm UK Coaching Week special, joining us to discuss the film Wimbledon, starring Kirsten Dunst and Paul Bettany. Book here.
There’s lots going on so make sure you don’t miss out by booking on today.
Coaches have been absolute superstars keeping the nation active, connected and motivated through the nationwide cycle of lockdowns. To honour our coaching heroes we launched a unique public-driven awards initiative that will give them the recognition they truly deserve.
A shortlist of coaches from the nominations have now been revealed and are ready for a public vote.
Which coach do you think has had the biggest impact in helping their local community stay happy and healthy?
Voting closes at 12pm on 14 June so make sure you get your vote in for your UK Coaching Hero.
Recover and Reinvent by Refreshing your Knowledge of Duty to Care
As part of #UKCoachingWeek we're asking you to show your commitment to the principles of Duty to Care (Safeguarding, Inclusion, Diversity, Well-being and Mental Health.)
By completing the five free knowledge checks for each pillar, and earning the Duty to Care Digital Badge, you can demonstrate your thorough knowledge and commitment to the five pillars that make up #GreatCoaching.
Once you’ve earned the badge, share it with pride on your social channels, remembering to tag us in!