Exclusive UK Coaching Club available to CIMSPA members

Previously known as the UK Coaching Learning and Development platform, the new UK Coaching Club pioneers a new tiered subscription for coaches of all levels across sport and physical activity.

Whether you’re an aspiring coach just starting out in your coaching career, or a seasoned coach or fitness professional looking for fresh ideas and perspectives, the UK Coaching Club brings the sport and physical activity coaching community together in one place.

As part of our partnership with UK Coaching, eligible members can enjoy exclusive access to all the resources, support, benefits and learning and development opportunities UK Coaching Club offers.

A subscription to the exclusive UK Coaching Club gives you 12-months unlimited access to 500+ exclusive resources, industry-leading member-benefits and some fantastic money-saving offers. A standard subscription is free, but prices begin at £24/year.

Being part of the club:

  • gives you unlimited access to a huge library of industry training materials, webinars, videos, professional templates, expert guides, toolkits, and evidence-based coaching tips that will help you transform your coaching game
  • saves you money with industry-leading member benefits and offers from organisations such as Nike, Human Kinetics and Muhdo
  • provides you with great support with services such as 24/7 1-2-1 professional consultations on legal, tax and counselling available
  • develops your skills whilst saving you money with exclusive member-only discounts available on a variety of online courses – many CIMSPA endorsed – such as the highly regarded ‘Mental Health Awareness in Sport and Physical Activity+’ where you can enjoy 33% off
  • and much more!

Access to the UK Coaching Club is available to personal trainers, gym instructors, group exercise instructors, exercise referral practitioners, swimming teachers, yoga instructor associates, pilates instructor associates, coaches, coaching assistants and senior activity and health practitioners.

For more information, go here.


Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity

CIMSPA's work enhances the career opportunities and professional development of the workforce operating in sport, fitness, exercise, leisure, gym, coaching, health and wellbeing. We achieve this through sector-wide engagement, membership, networking, events, directories and professional standards.


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