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CIMSPA partners with UK Anti-Doping to support clean sport
CIMSPA partners with UKAD to support clean sport.
CPD highlight: Study Active
This month CIMSPA talk to Study Active about their quality assurance visit with CIMSPA.
CIMSPA training provider partner and CPD offer grows
We're highlighting new CPD from CIMSPA training provider partners.
CIMSPA welcomes Newman University as a higher education partner
We extend a warm welcome to Newman University as they officially become a CIMSPA Higher Education Partner
National dementia charities partner with social enterprise to make leisure accessible
Alzheimer’s Society UK, Dementia Action Alliance and Places Leisure have partnered with Elearn4business to develop dementia awareness online training
University of Wolverhampton backs CIMSPA as number of Higher Education partners grow
Their partnership with CIMSPA is part of their new sports curriculum, launching next year.
Our sector leadership
CIMSPA has established a reputation for working with partners on behalf of the whole sport and physical activity sector.
CIMSPA endorses three new degree programmes at Edge Hill University
Three sports management degrees at Edge Hill go forward with the confidence of the sector’s professional standards.
CIMSPA endorses two University of Cumbria degrees
CIMSPA's Higher Education partner – the University of Cumbria – has had two degrees endorsed against the sector's professional standards.
CIMSPA and TA6 partner on #makethecomeback campaign
CIMSPA and TA6 have worked in partnership to create "Make the Comeback", a campaign designed to support to energise the public into returning to local facilities when they reopen.

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