Workforce Regulation Consultation Update

We are currently updating CIMSPA members with an update on the sport and physical activity sector’s workforce registration and regulation consultation project.

CIMSPA and Sport England have commissioned Sporting People to undertake an independent research and consultation project on the appropriate level of registration and regulation in England to support qualified and competent professionals in the sports and physical activity workforce.

Sporting People are currently conducting a series of one-to-ones with industry leaders, national agencies and CIMSPA partners.

Later this year the discussions are being opened up to a broader section of the industry through a series of workshops around the country.

  • London – Tuesday 5 March

  • Bristol – Wednesday 6 March

  • Loughborough – Tuesday 12 March

  • Birmingham – Wednesday 13 March

  • Leeds – Thursday 14 March

  • Manchester – Tuesday 19 March

Venues are being confirmed as this update is being written and we’ll make sure attendees are briefed as soon as we have this information.

Click here to register for your place.

This consultation comes on the back of the outcomes revealed in the Duty of Care in Sport Review carried out in 2017 by Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson which outlined a clear desire, at a parliamentary level, that opportunities to be physically active and play sport are presented to the public in a safe and consistent way.

We look forward to meeting many of you at one of the workshop events.

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