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Your management pathway to recognition and status
A new route into CIMSPA management membership promises to be more accessible and inclusive for a management career in the sport and physical activity sector.
'Stronger Together' - CIMSPA launches Facebook group to provide support for the sector during the Covid-19 crisis
CIMSPA launch new facebook group to provide interactive support for the sector during Coronavirus (Covid-19).
Remembering Steve Franks
We would like to pay tribute to CIMSPA Chartered Fellow Steve Franks, who sadly died on 30 April 2020 from complications after contracting Covid-19.
Meet the first Chartered Activity and Health Practitioner
We’re pleased to announce today that CIMSPA member Kayley Stabler has successfully become the first Chartered Activity and Health Practitioner.
CIMSPA relaunch Chartered Management process and welcome newest chartered member
We're building pathways to chartered membership and fellowship for everyone in our sector.
Introducing the new CIMSPA membership benefits programme
Here at CIMSPA we are always working to make sure our members get the best possible value from their membership
Chartered applications now open
We're building pathways to chartered membership and fellowship for everyone in our sector
Meet our members: Jim Feenan
In this installment we introduce Jim Feenan, co-founding director of The Fighting Chance Project (Scotland)
Exclusive UK Coaching Club available to CIMSPA members
Members can enjoy an inclusive subscription to the exclusive UK Coaching Club

Incorporated by Royal Charter Charity registration number 1144545

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