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Running Sport Workshops
Do you ever find yourself banging your head against a brick wall when trying to run your Club?
Now there is a solution which provides wholehearted support for the biggest hearted supporters of English sport - you, the volunteer. Sport England offers you Running Sport, the programme that equips you with the know-how and skills to be the best you can be at running your club. All of our essays writers reviews that focus on this programme are available at
Running your sports club needn't be an uphill struggle. The Running Sport programme is made up of workshops, booklets, and home study packs which advise you on almost all aspects of managing, developing and administering your club.
Whether you are a coach, official or administrator, you will find Running Sport is filled with tools, tips and techniques that you can begin to use from the moment you finish any part of the programme, and for long afterwards. It gives you practical solutions to the real problems you face day by day in running your club.
·Sports development planning
All you need to know to produce an effective development plan for your club
· Funding and promoting your club
Find out how to raise the funds your club needs, and how to promote your club effectively
· Planning for sports development
The basics of sports development, what it is and how to set about writing a plan (Introductory booklet only)
No time to go to a workshop? This booklet will give you basics of how you can plan for your club to progress. Planning for Sports Development will give you a broad overview of sports development and explain:
·        A club for all
This workshop will help you find out how your club can benefit by welcoming all sectors of the community.
You can assess how well you are doing at the moment and what else you could be doing to make your club more accessible to more people. That includes:
·        Sports facility development
How to prepare for a sports facility building project.
This workshop will help you through the early stages of planning a building project for your club. The main aims of the workshops are to enable you to:
· Developing sporting partnerships/ Developing junior clubs
Helping schools and sports organisations to provide quality opportunities for young people to progress in sport
Young people are the future of sport, and it is important that they are able to move from sport at school to a more adult environment that is safe, effective, attractive to them, and that helps them progress in their chosen sport. This workshop focuses on two key areas in making this transition, and can be tailored to meet the needs of schools and/or sports organisations. The workshop will enable schools/sports organisations to:
At the end of this workshop schools and sports organisations should be able to:
· Volunteer Management
'Making the Most of your volunteer workforce'
Volunteers are the lifeblood of all sports organisations. This workshop will help you to manage effectively the volunteers that are essential to the current and future success of your club. At the end of the workshop you will be able to:

If you would like to book onto any of these courses, or have other requirements not covered by the above courses contact the Active Sports Office on .
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