Conference presentations 2016

Presentations from the CIMSPA conference, 11 February 2016 

Keynote 1: Outcomes of the sport strategy and what it means to you

Stephanie Maurel, strategic lead for clubs and workforce, Sport England
Simon Macqueen, strategic lead, Sport England

Outcomes of the sport strategy and what it means to you from Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity

 

 

Benchmarking risk against national data

Gill Twell MCIMSPA, head of group operations, Right Directions

Benchmarking risk againt national data from Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity
 

 

Update on new sentencing guidance on health and safety breaches

David Egan Partner, DWF LLP

 

Update on the new sentencing guidance on health and safety breaches from Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity


  

 

The development of the new sport and physical activity education landscape – a highly skilled workforce, with employers in the driving seat

Spencer Moore FCIMSPA, Development director, CIMSPA
Rebecca Ward, Education and standards manager, CIMSPA


 

The development of the new sport and physical activity education landscape from Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity

 


Local priorities - informing intervention design

Carl Bennett FCIMSPA Founder/director, Amber Health Insight

 

Local priorities - informing intervention design from Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity

 

A new era of shared sector-wide business intelligence, driving commercial returns and evidencing local impacts – the DataHub

Alex Burrows, Director, 4 global

A new era of shared sector wide business intelligence, driving commercial returns and evidencing local impacts - the DataHub from Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity
 

 

 

How further education can support employers in our sector in developing a highly skilled workforce

Colin Huffen MCIMSPA, Strategic lead for policy, AoC Sport
Matt Rhodes, Policy officer, AoC Sport

How further education can support employers in our sector in developing a highly skilled workforce from Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity

 

Obtaining public health investment to effect transformational change

Lyndsey Sims FCIMSPA, Business development director, Active Tameside

 

Obtaining public health investment to effect transformational change from Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity
 
 

Potential impact of physical activity on public

Dr Steven Mann Phd, Research director, ukactive

Potential impact of physical activity on public health from Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity
 
 

Employment contracts: Are they worth the paper they are written on?

Les Potton Chartered FCIPD ACII, Director and managing consultant, Target HR and Training Ltd

Employment contracts: Are they worth the paper they are written on? from Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity
 
 

 

Keynote: Apprenticeships – how your organisation can get in and go far...

David Sampson, Head, standards development team, BIS/DfE Apprenticeships Directorate, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills

Apprenticeships- how your organisation can get in and go far... from Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity