CIMSPA professional standards project updates
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UK Coaching Week set to return in 2019
CIMSPA is asking frontline sport and physical activity professionals to take part in a survey as part of its workforce registration and regulation consultation - funded by Sport England and delivered by independent consultants Sporting People.
CIMSPA is inviting its partners to add their expertise to this consultation.
Cardiff Metropolitan University have achieved a sector-first by having its BSc in Sports Management undergraduate degree programme endorsed against the sport and physical activity sector’s professional standards framework.
CIMSPA has opened recruitment for two new Audit and Probity Committee members.
CIMSPA is transitioning to a refreshed brand identity in line with our growing role as the custodian of the sport and physical activity sector.
Our impact report details how our work and that of our partners is helping deliver a great workforce for the sport and physical activity sector.
CIMSPA employer partner Salford Community Leisure are using the sector’s Leisure Duty Manager apprenticeship standard to provide better progression opportunities for its duty managers.
CIMSPA partners Biomechanics Education’s mission is to “improve movement through Education”.
In December 2017, CIMSPA began recruiting for new subcommittee members to join our newly formed Membership and Disciplinary committees. This process has now been completed and members announced.
The Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity (CIMSPA) are pleased to announce the release of five new Professional Standards for 2019 in addition to the twenty previously published.
With the Elevate 2019 conference under six months away, the first wave of seminar streams has been announced, including our very own CIMSPA group of seminars, chaired by our CEO, Tara Dillon.
Each month we will be highlighting one of our quality assured training providers. This month we look at Move it or Lose it and the work they are doing with the elderly.
CIMSPA have commissioned independent consultants Sporting People to undertake a consultation project on the appropriate level of registration and regulation for the English sport and physical activity workforce. Just announced are six workshops taking place in March across England – a great opportunity to take part in this important project.
CIMSPA are excited to announce the first meeting of its Youth Panel. The group is comprised of fourteen members from the across the UK with a range of backgrounds and experiences.