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Our workshops show you how to support people with complex disabilities to take part in sport.

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Connecting Differently Through Sport workshop

Do you support people with a disability to take part in sport and physical activity?

Our Connecting Differently Through Sport workshop aims to increase your awareness, teach specialist skills and build your confidence when supporting disabled people to access sport.

Now held virtually or in person, the workshop includes a mixture of theory, learning and practical activities. 

The workshop will help you to

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Understand how different disabilities may affect someone taking part in a sports session

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Learn about the barriers that people with sensory impairments and complex disabilities face and solutions to overcome them

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Communicate with people with sensory impairments and complex disabilities in a sports setting

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Feel more confident to adapt a sport and physical activity session to make it more accessible to all

“Really enjoyed the course, helped my understanding and made me think how I can both support and facilitate sports for the children in my care”

Disability Play Leader

Book a Connecting Differently Through Sport workshop

You can book an in person or virtual workshop as an individual or organisation. 

The workshop is suitable for those aged 16 and older. If you're under 18 you must be accompanied by an adult.

Aimed at people in a range of different roles, the workshop is useful for PE teachers, health and social care organisations or charities, sports development professionals and leisure centre staff, including front of house staff.

You'll recieve a certificate of attendance after each training session. 

For more information, please download our workshop guide