MSP have been supporting people in the sport and physical activity sector to access the training they need for over two decades.
From meeting minimum standards to broadening your horizons through Continuing Professional Development, we can help you, whether you are a coach, volunteer, club, workplace or community organisation.
Everyone has different motivations for training and you may find one style of learning suits your needs better than another. So we offer a range of different courses and events throughout the year: from formal training, leading to certification; through to informal training in the form of knowledge sharing, networking, talks and workshops.
We’ll also help to signpost you to other reputable organisations wherever we can if we don’t offer the training you’re looking for.
65% of people said qualifications or training were a considerations when choosing a coach*
Over half of active coaches reported that they do not have any formal coaching qualifications (58%)**
For workplaces and community organisations
As well as having over 20 years’ experience of helping people to access training for the sport and physical activity sector, we work with respected industry partners, including UK Coaching (Formerly Sports Coach UK) to offer the very best standard of training.
Over the last five years alone, we’ve trained thousands of people from the Liverpool City Region and beyond to help them continue working or volunteering in the sport and physical activity sector, including people from over 100 different clubs.
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Sources:* YouGov survey on behalf of UK Coaching ‘Coaching in the UK – Participation Survey (October 2017)’ of 20,000 adults and 1,000 children – figure based on respondents who had received coaching in the previous twelve months.
** YouGov survey on behalf of UK Coaching ‘Coaching in the UK – Participation Survey (October 2017)’ of 20,000 adults and 1,000 children – figure based on all those who had coached in the past 12 months.