How to Coach Disabled People in Sport

Broaden Your Skills and Make Your Sport Accessible to Everyone

Suitable for all coaches, this workshop aims to answer the commonly asked questions about disabled sports participants and it will show you how, with a few minor adjustments to the way you work, you can make your coaching more inclusive and effective.

(This workshop is a 'Minimum Standard for Active Coaches' requirement for many governing bodies of sport. The 'Minimum Standards for Active Coaches' are seen as the basic standard every coach needs to meet to carry out their role safely and effectively.)

Duration: 2 hours

Group size: 6-25

"I’d recommend sports coach UK workshops because of their interactive and practical nature. The whole experience is very engaging, and it’s great to learn from other sports coaches. You’ll definitely develop as a coach and come away with plenty of ideas you can put into practice in your sessions, no matter the sport."

Joseph Skeet, multiple sports coach

You Will Learn How To:

  • include disabled people in sport
     
  • select appropriate coaching activities
     
  • make your coaching more inclusive and effective

96% of delegates rated this workshop 7 out of 10 or higher*. 

100% of delegates agreed the sports coach UK tutor performance was good/very good overall for this workshop*.

Accompanying Resource

You will receive a copy of How to Coach Disabled People in Sport at the workshop. If you can’t attend the workshop, you can buy the resource at our shop, 1st4sport.com.

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Can’t find a workshop near you? Either get in contact with your local County Sports Partnership (CSP) and let them know you would like them to run it, or you can let us know.

*Statistics taken from evaluations of 1 April 2013 – March 31 2014 workshops.

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