Sports CONNECT Queensland Education
The Sports CONNECT Queensland Education program provides a support structure to increase opportunities for people with a disability to get involved in sport and active recreation at the level of their choice. Through inclusive training, resources and an ongoing support network for all members of the community, participants can improve their confidence, knowledge and skills to create better opportunities for people with a disability to access sport and active recreation.
Workshops are tailored to an organisation or group and can be booked by:
- Sport and recreation organisations/clubs
- Disability service providers
- Multi-activity providers
- Fitness providers
Download our Sports CONNECT Queensland Education workshop fact sheet for more information.
Booking a workshop
Contact us on the details below to discuss your organisation’s workshop needs and to obtain a workshop proposal. The cost of a workshop depends on the duration, location and the number of presenters required.
Workshops for individuals
Individuals can register for our free ‘Inclusive Sport and Physical Activity’ workshops as part of the Queensland Government’s Get Active Queensland Accreditation Program (GAQAP). Download the Inclusive Sport and Physical Activity workshop details. To find out when and where the workshops are being held and to register, visit the GAQAP website.
Upcoming Inclusive Sport and Physical Activity workshops:
- details for 2018 workshops coming soon
Embracing 2018 Commonwealth Games Legacy Program workshops
As part of the Commonwealth Games Legacy Program, the Association has worked in conjunction with the Queensland Government’s Sport and Recreation Services regional staff in Townsville, Cairns, Brisbane and South East Queensland to build capacity for inclusion in sporting club communities in the second half of 2017.
‘Inclusive Clubs’ workshops assist local sport volunteers and staff to develop an understanding of current trends impacting the disability sector with the implementation of the National Disability Insurance Scheme and the opportunity this presents for their sport.
Participants explored what it means to be a welcoming and inclusive sport, recognising the benefits of ensuring that their clubs are representative of the communities in which they sit. Sporting personnel had the opportunity to explore partnerships with the disability and education sectors leading to potential transition points for people with a disability to connect with their sport.
- Regional sports associations and local club representatives in Brisbane and south-east Queensland that attended the initial Inclusive Clubs Workshop on 24 October 2017, will return for peer feedback and mentoring on Tuesday 5 December after trialing resources developed at the first workshop.
Click here for disability education resources available through the Australian Sports Commission.
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