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  • The College of Contemporary Health

    Southwark Healthy Weight Training for HCPs

    The College of Contemporary Health

    This course helps those who work within the London Borough of Southwark to be successful at changing the lives of people affected by excess weight. The course content includes: causes... Read more

  • The College of Contemporary Health

    Southwark Healthy Weight Training

    The College of Contemporary Health

    This course helps those who work within the London Borough of Southwark to be successful at changing the lives of people affected by excess weight. The course content includes: causes... Read more

  • High Speed Training

    Internet Safety for Schools

    High Speed Training

    Internet Safety for Schools. This internet safety for schools course teaches learners about children and young people’s uses of the internet; and equips them with the skills and... Read more

  • High Speed Training

    Fire Safety Awareness(v5)

    High Speed Training

    Fire Safety Awareness (v5). This course will teach the learner how to follow fire safety procedures in their workplace and actively minimise risks. It explains what the Regulatory... Read more

  • High Speed Training

    Data Protection for Schools

    High Speed Training

    Data Protection for Schools. This Data Protection for Schools course aims to help members of school staff understand their responsibilities under data protection law; to ensure that... Read more

  • High Speed Training

    Fire Safety for Schools

    High Speed Training

    Fire Safety for Schools. An online course designed to teach people who work in a school setting how to follow their school’s fire safety measures; minimise risks; and follow... Read more

  • High Speed Training

    Level 1 Health and Safety in the Workplace (v2)

    High Speed Training

    This Level 1 Health and Safety in the Workplace course offers learners an introductory understanding of common workplace hazards; such as manual handling; slips and trips; and stress. Read more

  • World Obesity Federation

    Overcoming Perceived Barriers in Primary Care

    World Obesity Federation

    This module highlights some of the most commonly cited barriers to managing patients with obesity in a primary care setting. Dr Charles Capper; a UK-based GP; presents a variety of... Read more

  • New Directions Training

    Classroom Management Level 2

    New Directions Training

    The course has been designed with subject matter expert advice and guidance based on the needs of schools and inspecting bodies. The course will give a knowledge and understanding of... Read more

  • New Directions Training

    Cover Supervisor v 2

    New Directions Training

    Delivers the basics of the cover supervisor’s role and responsibilities. The course covers the basics of what a cover supervisor is; what you are allowed to do and the basics on... Read more

  • Best Beginnings

    Baby Buddy: Perinatal Mental Health Module

    Best Beginnings

    This workshop trains multidisciplinary healthcare professionals to improve their conversation around perinatal mental health when working with parents. Participants will explore the... Read more

  • High Speed Training

    Anti-Bribery

    High Speed Training

    An online course designed to help both organisations and individuals understand more about the Bribery Act 2010; explaining what is and isn’t appropriate behaviour; what best practice... Read more

More information about Sport

According to SportEngland.org the contribution of the sport industry to the economy reached £20.3 billion in 2010. This represents 1.9% of the total English economy, thus placing the sport sector up in the top 15 industry sectors above motor vehicles, telecoms services, legal services, accounting, publishing, advertising and utilities. Sport employment remains a crucial component of the UK economy, supporting over 450,000 jobs, around 2.3% of all UK employment.

The Sport and Recreation Alliance (SRA) is the umbrella organisation for the governing and representative bodies of sport and recreation in the UK and includes 320 members such as the Rugby Football Union, The FA, British Racing, UK Athletics and British Rowing. The SRA explains that in 2014 there were over 2 million adults in the UK who volunteered at least 1 hour per week to the sports sector. This would cost the UK an estimated £2.7 billion a year to employ fulltime workers to undertake the work completed. About 47% of the sports industry is employed part-time, compared to 27% of the whole UK workforce (SkillsActive, 2010).

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