UK Coaching has launched a new initiative — ReTrain to ReTain — to provide skills, training and support to volunteer sports coaches including BSAC Branch Officers and instructors.

As part of their Great Coaching Comeback campaign, this new UK Coaching initiative has been launched funded by Sport England. The fully-funded scheme aims to provide skills, training and targeted support for 25,000 volunteer coaches who have been negatively impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Please note: as this is funded by Sport England, the initiative is currently only open to clubs based in England.

Support available to Branch Officers and instructors

Are you a volunteer who lives in an area of economic deprivation or who supports under-represented groups?

You could benefit from UK Coaching providing eligible coaches with 12 months' access to online training courses and resources to help you develop your coaching skills and provide you with the minimum requirements to encourage and facilitate your smooth return to coaching.      

This includes fully-funded access to:

  • a subscription to UK Coaching Club (worth £24 per year)
  • Renewal: Safeguarding & Protecting Children (Digital Kids option) eLearning
  • Mental Health Awareness for Sport & Physical Activity+ eLearning
  • St John Ambulance First Aid Digital Refresher eLearning

Applications are open until 31 March 2022, and support will be provided to the first 25,000 successfully eligible applicants.

Find out more

 


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The BSAC network is working together to keep people connected to the sport. With online training, special interest webinars, competitions, support to clubs and the trade, and much more...we'd love you to join us.

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