Training courses

Our sports governance training courses will build the knowledge, skills and confidence to understand your governance responsibilities.

Courses are provided to help support boards, employees and volunteers working in the sport and physical activity sector in the UK.

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    Chairing Masterclass & Networking

    Date: 3rd Oct 2024

    Location: In-person - venue TBC

    Led by expert trainers, this session brings together experienced chairs and facilitates topical and in-depth discussion, encourages experience-sharing and provides a networking opportunity.

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    Essential Sports Governance

    Date: 9th Jul 2024

    Location: Online

    This introductory course is perfect for governance leads and board members alike. Essential Sports Governance provides a detailed overview of the principles and practice of sports governance and how to get to compliance and beyond.

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    Effective Minute Taking

    Date: 5th Jul 2024

    Location: Online

    Taking minutes can be hard. Vague agendas. Ambiguous agreements. An unskilled chair. All these can make the taking of an accurate record a daunting task.

    This practical and interactive one-day online course provides a toolkit of skills which will boost your confidence in the writing and presenting of accurate minutes.

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    Leading Sports Governance

    Date: 8th May 2024

    Location: Online

    This intermediate course focuses on the key role of the sports governance lead in delivering and supporting effective governance.

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    Effective Chairing Skills

    Location: Online

    Aimed at organisation chairs, this one-day course develops the core chairing skills of confidence, assertiveness and time management. Participants will be equipped with a framework for effective leadership, approaches for improving boardroom participation, managing difficult situations and overcoming barriers to good decision making.

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