Stronger together - join our support for the sector

CIMSPA is leading a sector-wide campaign to provide the sector’s amazing, adaptive workforce with both the resources and support to continue working where they can in these challenging times.

We are inviting suppliers, training providers and other companies to join us as official CIMSPA Stronger Together supporters. We’ll make sure that your contribution is fully recognised and reaches the sport and physical activity workforce.

If you have any questions, or want more information please contact Phill Wright at
See below how you can benefit by joining CIMSPA in supporting the sector – submit your application today.

Your offer to the sector

  • The resources we are seeking include online CPD, video masterclasses, webinars, ebooks and access to digital platforms and support systems.
  • Each offer must be submitted through the online application linked below and will be verified by the CIMSPA team.
  • Once your first offer has been accepted, you will be offered an initial three-month agreement as an official CIMSPA Stronger Together supporter.
  • As part of the agreement, you will be asked to supply a high-resolution company logo.

Our recognition of your support

  • Each of your accepted offers will feature on our sector-wide stronger together online hub.
  • CIMSPA will make at least one social post for each offer, recognising your support.
  • CIMSPA will look to amplify your own online promotion of offers that get accepted through this programme.
  • We will list your organisation in our directory of official supporters within the online hub.
  • All supporters will be given access to social media graphics and CIMSPA Stronger Together logos.


The challenge

Like many sectors, the sport and physical activity sector has been significantly disrupted by the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. With all gyms, leisure centres and sports clubs across the UK currently closed.

This has created multiple challenges for over 500,000 members of the sector’s workforce. With social distancing, self-isolation and sanctions on daily life, the task of keeping the UK active and healthy is arguably more important now than ever before. Without access to our facilities we are having to be more creative and versatile in our work.

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