We are pleased to be working with the East Midlands County Sport Partnerships to develop a better understanding of factors affecting behaviour change when working with individuals and whole communities to increase levels of physical activity.
Helen Brewis, our course leader is today working with representatives from all 5 of the region's CSPs to share behaviour change theory and consider how this might also apply to organisations as well as individuals.
More information on this workshop is available here.
‘The most valuable thing we can offer each other is the framework in which to think for ourselves’
Nancy Kline, author of the acclaimed books ‘Time to Think and ‘More time to Think’
The quality of everything we do depends on the quality of the thinking we do first. The quality of our thinking depends on the way we treat each other while we are thinking.
This two day workshop is based on Nancy Kline’s work alongside a range of models and interventions which create good coaching practice and in turn lead to high quality thinking and productivity.
Dates: 26th April & 16th May 2016
Venue: Enterprise House, Tibshelf, Derbyshire
Facilitator: Helen Brewis
Cost: £280 per person
For further information and online booking click here
We're delighted to be teaming up with Derby City School Sport Partnership to offer a comprehensive package of support to primary schools covering Physical Activity, PE and School Sport.
Our 'This School Can' package has been developed over several years and tested in a number of schools across Derby and Derbyshire with significant and measurable impact on children's physical literacy, achievement and attainment as well as teachers' confidence to deliver a well balanced and progressive PE curriculum.
The package is aligned to the national curriculum and the latest requirements of Ofsted and supports schools to make the most of the PE and Sport Premium funding.
For more information please click here or email email@example.com
The Department for Culture Media and Sport (DCMS) published the strategy 'Sporting Future' in December.
Particular importance is placed on promoting sport to people from all backgrounds – be it through taking part in activity, watching live events or volunteering.
Sport England has also been asked to further engage those groups who aren’t doing sport as regularly as others – such as women, disabled people, those from poorer backgrounds and older people.
Sport England is inviting views on how they can achieve the goals set out in the strategy. The consultation deadline is 26th February so don't miss out. Complete the online survey here.
Sporting Future can be accessed here.
Our very popular Behaviour Change Training Course is running again on Tuesday 19th April, 9.30-4.30 at Enterprise House, Newton Road, Tibshelf, Derbyshire DE55 5PH
The purpose of the workshop is to look at the challenges in engaging individuals in physical activity and learn behaviour change strategies that can be used on a day-to-day basis when talking to people about their activity levels.
Helen Brewis, Course facilitator is a registered Occupational Psychologist
Course Fee: £95.00
There are limited places available, for further information and to book a place please contact firstname.lastname@example.org