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Building a Workforce for the Future Launch

A strategic plan providing direction to develop London’s physical activity and sport workforce for now, and the future

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London’s Blueprint for a Physically Active City has a vision to be the most physically active city in the world, with a focus on five fundamental areas including championing the development of a bigger and better workforce to support activity. Building a Workforce for the Future questions that ambition and points the way towards developing a workforce that can meet the complex, diverse and evolving needs of Londoners.

On Tuesday 12 December the launch will introduce Building a Workforce for the Future – the journey so far and where we are heading to. Key themes will be explored through panel discussion with experts and leaders including the Royal Society for Public Health and UK Coaching. There will also be the opportunity to network with others from within and beyond the physical activity and sport sector that will have a key role to play in Building a Workforce for the Future.

 

Agenda

 

9.30 – 9.45 – Arrival and refreshments
9.50 – Welcome, Shirley Cramer, Royal Society of Public Health, Chief Executive
9.55 – Introduction, Tove Okunniwa, London Sport, CEO
10.00 – Introducing Building A Workforce for the Future, Dean Nevill, London Sport, Specialist Advisor – Workforce
10.15 – A Broader Workforce in Action, Dr Mike Brannan, Public Health England
10.30 – Panel Discussion: Shirley Cramer CBE, Royal Society for Public Health; Mike Gannon, UK Coaching; Bethan Palmer, Morar HPI (invited)

11.00 – Call to Action
11.05 – 11.30 – Networking and close

Location

28 Portland Place, Marylebone, London

 

 

 


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