Inclusive Sport in-house webinar packages | Inclusion training

Inclusive Sport: in-house training

Take advantage of the Inclusive Sport in-house webinar packages

From parks to podiums, sport and physical activity have the power to change both communities and lives.

As the sport and physical activity sector drives to improve the health and wellbeing of the Nation we need to empower colleagues to develop inclusive approaches and ensure that organisations live and breathe these values, so they are welcoming and open to all.

We have collated a suite of Inclusive Sport in-house webinars to provide a learning programme to help increase colleagues’ confidence and awareness of inclusion and diversity. All the webinars will specifically focus on sport and physical activity in both funded and professional sport environments.

These in-house webinars, hosted by our expert Inclusive Sport Team, can be delivered individually or as a package of up to 12 webinars.

You can also use the webinars to complement your existing EDI activities; for example, there is a Black History Month theme and several with a LGBTQ+ History Month theme.

You can find the booking details and costings at the end of this programme.

What to expect

Format: Webinars with interaction on Slido, Mentimeter, Zoom polls and Chat Box
Platform: Zoom, Teams, Webex, or your preferred platform
Number of attendees: Maximum of 250. We can also record the webinars so you can make them available to colleagues who were not able to attend.
Length of individual webinars: 1 hour
Sport-specific content: All the webinars will be delivered by our expert Inclusive Sport Team and will include sport-focused case studies and examples.

Webinar 1: The Black and Faith Experience

In this webinar, we will explore the intersection of race and faith within the Black community. We will delve into the rich diversity of experiences, perspectives, and challenges faced by Black individuals who belong to various faith traditions. We will also aim to foster a deeper understanding of the unique dynamics and contributions of the Black and Faith experience. Join us and learn how to cultivate an environment that respects and embraces the intersectionality of race and faith.

In this webinar, we will explore:

  • Intersectionality: The concept of intersectionality and how it applies to the experiences of Black individuals who identify with different faith traditions. 
  • Insights into the significance of faith within the Black community and how it has shaped identity, culture, and resilience. 
  • Strategies for creating an inclusive environment, from kit, and dietary requirements to cultural perceptions and bias. 
  • Inclusive Practices: Learn practical strategies and best practices for creating inclusive sport and physical activity environments that respect and support the needs and contributions of Black individuals with diverse faith backgrounds. 

Webinar 2: Gender Identity – Myth busting for sport and Physical Activity

Our Trans and Gender Diverse Inclusion in Sport webinar explores how the sports sector can embed inclusion across their organisations.

In this webinar, we will explore:

  • Trans inclusive Terminology and language. 
  • The importance of gender identity and how gender stereotypes affect perception of gender identity. 
  • The context of trans people’s experience in sport.  
  • An understanding of how to support trans people. 
  • Inclusive practices across sport, ranging from coaching, facilities, supporting trans athletes and inclusive kits. 
  • Why allyship is important and how you can promote it.  

Webinar 3: Neurodiversity and Sport

The term “neurodiversity” describes the idea that people experience and interact with the world around them in different ways. There is no one “right” way of thinking, learning, and behaving, and differences are not viewed as deficits. This online seminar aims to inspire sports organisations, coaches, athletes, and supporters to foster a more inclusive and diverse sporting landscape.

In this online webinar, we will focus on how inclusive practices can create opportunities for neurodivergent individuals to thrive in sporting environments. We will provide practical strategies to promote inclusivity and support neurodivergent athletes, coaches, and colleagues.

In this webinar, we will explore:

  • An understanding of neurodiversity and its significance in the sporting context.  
  • Challenges faced by neurodivergent people in sport and physical activity.  
  • The benefits of having neurodivergent colleagues, coaches, athletes, and volunteers. 
  • Practical strategies for creating inclusive sporting environments that support neurodivergent athletes. 

Webinar 4: Banter and Bullying in Sport and Physical Activity

Banter and microaggressions are key ways in which exclusionary bullying manifests in sport. These are often more subtle forms of exclusion which have enormous impact over time.  

During this training, we will discover the impacts of these behaviours on individuals and the culture of organisations. We will end the webinar by looking at ways to tackle these behaviours as individuals and as an organisation. 

In this webinar, we will explore:

  • The legal framework: including discrimination, harassment, case law, risk and  responsibility.  
  • The distinction between impact and intent.  
  • The role that fun and rapport play in sport and physical activity.  
  • Where to draw the line on banter.  
  • Strategies to call out rather than standby: challenging and reporting unacceptable behaviour.   

Webinar 5: Is sport a safe space for LGBTQ+ women and non-binary participants? 

This webinar looks at the safety and inclusivity of sports for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBTQ+) women and non-binary individuals. You will gain insight into the challenges faced by LGBTQ+ participants in sports and understand the importance of creating safe and inclusive environments.

The session will provide actionable strategies for organisations and individuals to promote inclusivity in sports and support effective allyship for LGBTQ+ women and non-binary individuals.

In this webinar, we will explore:

  • An understanding of the challenges and barriers that LGBTQ+ women and non-binary individuals encounter in sports and physical activity.
  • Good practice for fostering a safe and inclusive environment that welcomes and supports LGBTQ+ participants in sports.
  • How to be an effective ally and advocate for LGBTQ+ women and non-binary individuals in sports, promoting a culture of inclusion and respect.

Webinar 6: Gender Bias in Sport & Physical Activity

Birmingham 2022 was the first-ever major multi-sport event to award more medals to women than men. 49% of athletes attending the Olympics in Tokyo were women, and 40.5% of athletes attending the Paralympics were women. Whilst this is good news, there is still a long way to go across the whole spectrum of Sport and Physical Activity, especially when considering intersectionality.

This webinar will examine gender bias in sport and how that intersects with other characteristics. We will also explore the underrepresentation of women in different areas of sport, from workforce to participation.

In this webinar, we will explore:

  • How gender bias manifests in different areas of sport and physical activity.
  • Examples of gender bias in research, insight, and experience.
  • Examples of people and organisations creating change.
  • How you can be more inclusive to individuals of all genders.

Webinar 7: Intergenerational Inclusion in the Sport and Physical Activity Sector 

At the 2022 Games in Birmingham, we saw George Miller, aged 75 years, win a gold medal for Scotland in lawn bowls and Anahat Singh, a 14-year-old badminton player, compete for India. It’s not just on the international stage where we see such a diversity of ages, but also in classes, clubs, community centres, the countryside, and parks all around the country.

The passion for being active transcends age and generational boundaries. Nowadays, workforces are more likely than ever to be intergenerational, comprising of five generations working together. This is even more apparent in sport and Physical Activity, where staff, volunteers, officials, and coaches can be from such a broad spectrum of age groups.

In this webinar, we will support you in understanding the different dynamics of intergenerational environments and how to create inclusive spaces where everyone can thrive.

In this webinar, we will explore:

  • The characteristics of the different generations in the sport sector today.
  • How organisations can adapt their style to get the best out of people from different generations.
  • What needs to be considered on a strategic level to maximise inclusion.
  • Good practice strategies for working/playing/competing in diverse age environments.

Webinar 8: Inclusive Uniforms and Kit 

We need to think about every aspect to ensure sport and physical activity is inclusive. A huge part of this is what we wear to get active. So often, poorly thought-out rules and stereotypes around kit hinder participation. In this webinar, we will explore the different ways that kit can impact on participation and provide tips on how to ensure kit can be inclusive.

In this webinar, we will explore:

  • How non-inclusive kit affects participation in sport and physical activity.
  • The barriers that non-inclusive kit create through examples, insight and experience.
  • What you can do to ensure your approach to kit is inclusive.

Webinar 9: Inclusion and the Fan / Spectator Experience

This webinar will examine the relationship between inclusion and the fan/spectator experience. We will delve into the various aspects of creating an inclusive environment at sporting events, ensuring that everyone feels welcome, respected, and engaged. By understanding the significance of inclusion in the fan/spectator experience, we can foster a sense of belonging and enhance the overall enjoyment for everyone involved.

In this webinar, we will explore:

  • An understanding of the connection between inclusion, diversity, and the fan/spectator experience.
  • The impact of inclusive fan experiences on brand reputation and long-term audience engagement.
  • Strategies for creating an inclusive environment, from ticketing and facilities to communication and customer service.
  • How to address common challenges and barriers to inclusion in sporting events.
  • How to Implement practical strategies to enhance inclusion and diversity within the fan/spectator experience.

Webinar 10: Performance Sport and Inclusion

How do we create more Inclusive talent/performance development environments and ensure talent pathways are accessible to those with the most potential rather than just those with the most opportunity? This webinar will explore how you can create more inclusive talent and high-performance environments and ensure the demographic of your pathways can become more representative of the population.

In this webinar, we will explore:

  • An understanding of the current talent and high-performance landscape.
  • Suggested reasons/evidence for lack of inclusion and diversity in many areas of performance sport.
  • How organisations are working to change the status quo.
  • How to address barriers and create inclusive talent pathways and high-performance systems.

Webinar 11: Tech and Digital Inclusion in Sport 

In this webinar, we will explore the relationship between technology, digital platforms, and inclusive practices in the world of sport. It will also delve into how technology can be harnessed to promote diversity and inclusivity, enhance accessibility, and create equitable opportunities within the sports industry. By examining real-world examples and emerging trends, participants will gain valuable insights into leveraging technology for greater inclusion and accessibility in sports. 

In this webinar, we will explore: 

  • The role of technology in fostering inclusion and diversity in sports. 
  • Strategies to enhance digital accessibility and reach diverse audiences in sport and physical activity. 
  • Innovative tech solutions and digital platforms that promote inclusivity in sports. 

Webinar 12: Parents and Carers in Sport

In this training, we will explore the vital role of parents and carers in supporting and nurturing young athletes. The session aims to enhance understanding and provide practical strategies for creating an inclusive and supportive environment for parents and carers within sport. We will delve into their unique challenges and highlight their involvement’s benefits.  

By the end of the webinar, participants will gain insights into the importance of parental and carer engagement, along with strategies to foster positive relationships between parents, carers, coaches, and young athletes. 

In this webinar, we will explore: 

  • An understanding of the significance of parental and carer involvement in sport. 
  • The challenges and barriers faced by parents and carers in sports settings. 
  • How to build effective communication channels between parents, carers, coaches, and athletes. 
  • How to Implement strategies to create an inclusive and supportive environment for parents and carers in sport. 

In-house webinar prices and package offers

Members price exl VAT Non-members price excl VAT
Individual webinar £750 £800
Package of 2 webinars £1,500 (£750 per webinar) £1600 (£800 per webinar)
Package of 3 webinars £1,950 (£650 per webinar) £2,100 (£700 per webinar)
Package of 4 webinars £2,600 (£650 per webinar) £2,800 (£700 per webinar)
Package of 5 webinars £3,250 (£650 per webinar) £3,500 (£700 per webinar)
Package of 6 webinars £3,600 (£600 per webinar) £3,900 (£650 per webinar)
Package of 7 webinars £4,200 (£600 per webinar) £4,550 (£650 per webinar)
Package of 8 webinars £4,400 (£550 per webinar) £4,800 (£600 per webinar)
Package of 9 webinars £4,950 (£550 per webinar) £5,400 (£600 per webinar)
Package of 10 webinars £5,000 (£500 per webinar) £5,500 (£550 per webinar)
Package of 11 webinars £5,500 (£500 per webinar) £6,050 (£550 per webinar)
Package of 12 webinars £6,000 (£500 per webinar) £6,600 (£550 per webinar)

How to book your webinars

Please speak to your account manager or alternatively fill out our online booking form using the link below.