Courses / Workshops - January, 2022

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January 2022

Emergency First Aid Level 3 Award

Emergency First Aid Level 3 Award

Sat, 29 Jan 2022 (09:00 - 16:00)

Luton Inspire Sports Village, Butterfield Green Road, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU2 8DD

£70.00

1.8 miles

This Emergency First Aid Level 3 course concentrates on the three principles of First Aid; Preserving Life, Preventing the casualty's condition deteriorating and helping to promote recovery. The qualification is Ofqual accredited and valid for three years, making it suitable for all industries and enabling you to meet all HSE requirements.

This Girl Can Instructor Training

This Girl Can Instructor Training

Sun, 09 Jan 2022 (09:00 - 18:00)

Alberta Close, Corby, Northamptonshire, NN18 9HB

43.4 miles

To be a This Girl Can Classes instructor, you must:

Hold a Level 2 qualification in Exercise to Music, Group Training to Music, Dance Fitness Qualification, or equivalent

Hold insurance to teach group exercise

Have experience in teaching at least one of the following:
Dance fitness
Box fitness/combat
Yoga
Toning/body conditioning
Interval training

Teach classes/be willing to teach classes in England

Coaching the Person in Front of You

Coaching the Person in Front of You

Wed, 19 Jan 2022 (17:30 - 19:30)

Online

International / Online

Coaching is all about people. This newly-launched workshop will give you a deeper awareness of why great people skills are an intrinsic part of being an effective coach. Ultimately, the more coaches understand and connect with people they coach – by observing, noticing and communicating – the more they will be able to support them and help them thrive.

Virtual Multi-Sports Time to Listen Course (Club Welfare Officers)

Tue, 18 Jan 2022 (18:00 - 21:30)

Online via Zoom

£40.00

This virtual Time to Listen workshop for Club Welfare Officers (CWO) will be delivered via Zoom over 3.5 hours and at the end of the course participants will be able to:

1. Identify what a club welfare officer does

2. Describe how a club welfare officer works with others to create a child centred environment

3. Explain how the club welfare officer role fits into the wider safeguarding environment.

4. Apply learning to case studies including sharing good safeguarding practice