Supporting Our Local Workforce During COVID-19
We know that many individual members of the local workforce are struggling and concerned about the future. Many are self-employed, whilst others will be trying to juggle family commitments as well as worrying about the sustainability of their business or club.
CIMSPA (find out more about them below) are working with partners to provide offers of free resources to help you to keep working and learning during this difficult time. Due to the rapidly evolving situation regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, CIMSPA have been tasked by Sport England to fully understand the impact that this situation is having on our sector and ultimately our ability to keep people fit, healthy and active.
If you are a coach or employer of coaches, please take just a few minutes to complete this survey and help us better understand how you are adapting to the current situation. You can also find the Phase 1 report below.
Good coaches inspire people to get active and stay active. Whether it's guiding people that are dipping their toe into sport and physical activity for the first time, accompanying others on a journey of improvement or supporting talented athletes, coaches are the experience providers that motivate people to keep going.
Sport Birmingham is fully committed to ensuring new and existing coaches working within the City, in either a paid or voluntary capacity, are supported to develop their coaching knowledge and skills in order for them to provide high quality sport and physical activity experiences in their community.
We are dedicated to offering coaching support and development and work closely with; local partners and coaches, National Governing Bodies of sport and UK Coaching to provide a coordinated approach to developing the City's workforce.