Engagement stream

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Each session will be interactive and include an expert in the field, a top performing facility and team delivering a case study and the opportunity for delegates to share best practice and ask questions.

RD Dash

Gill Twell, Head of Operations, Right Directions
Utku Toprakseven, Partner & Director of Sport Intelligence, 4 Global

This interactive session will look at how the Quest reporting app ‘RD Dash’ works and give advice on how to get the most out of your Quest report and the benchmarking the RD Dash offers. The session will also look at the results from 2019 and give the audience an update on the Quest Report.

Increasing participation

Eugene Minogue, Head of Physcial Activity, Leisure & Sport (PALS), City of Westminster
Jonathan Hearn, Relationship Manager - Sport, Westminster City Council
Andy Davidson, Contract Manager, Everyone Active

This will look at how you can work collaboratively with other service providers to enhance what is offered and reduce inactivity across the catchment area by identifying and addressing local needs.

Engaging with BAME Disabled Communities

Focusing on the work of Sporting Equals and Activity Alliance - Learnings from the ‘Get Out Get Active’ Project

Shaheen Bi, Director of Projects, Sporting Equals

This session will look at ways to encourage increasing physical activity levels amongst disabled people and individuals with health conditions, with focus on programming, facilities and services. This will include looking at the IFI Mark Accreditation.

Suffolk Public Health Exercise Referral Accreditation

One Year On

Warren Smyth, CEO, Abbeycroft Leisure
Philip Lowen, Most Active County Partnership Programme Manager, Suffolk County Council Public Health
Stuart Stokes, Managing Director, Refer All

The exercise referral session will look at how to have a clear framework, process and pathway to provide a consistent approach for users of the referral scheme. It will also include looking at physiological and psychological interventions and how to measure the success of the referral scheme.

Incorporated by Royal Charter Charity registration number 1144545

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