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CIMSPA welcomes Sporting Future strategy second annual report
CIMSPA has welcomed the recent publication of the second annual report for the government's "Sporting Future" strategy.
CIMSPA steps up professional standards pace with consultation on management, coaching and specialism standards
CIMSPA has today launched a partner and public consultation on the next development phase of the CIMSPA Professional Standards Matrix.
CIMSPA response to the IFA occupational maps consultation
CIMSPA is responding to the IFA consultation regarding draft occupational maps for UK plc.
Working with Inactive People wider consultation now open
CIMSPA have begun a wider consultation on the forthcoming professional standard for Working with Inactive People
CIMSPA lead Business of Physical Activity seminar at Elevate 2019
CIMSPA are lead supporters of Elevate 2019, the UK's largest physical activity trade show
CIMSPA partners with UK Anti-Doping to support clean sport
CIMSPA partners with UKAD to support clean sport.
UKAD secures fitness industry commitment to new education programme
UKAD have committed to a new education programme to highlight the risk of taking performance enhancing drugs.
CIMSPA extends sector training needs insight with new Raising the Bar
CIMSPA have announced a new partnership with Future Fit Training to extend their Raising the Bar annual research work.
CPD highlight: Study Active
This month CIMSPA talk to Study Active about their quality assurance visit with CIMSPA.
New CIMSPA professional standards consultation launch
CIMSPA opens a wider consultation for the Health Navigator professional standard.

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