Training & Workshops

Get in touch with our Active Inclusion team: Phone – 08 8122 6735  Email – kranford@inclusivesportsa.com.au

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Why choose us?

For more than three decades, Inclusive Sport SA has been a leading sport and recreation industry support body in South Australia, delivering best practice inclusion and diversity guidance across sectors to create effective engagement strategies with stakeholders and inclusion awareness in the wider community.

We know you want to deliver on what you promise and that every organisation has unique needs and challenges.

Each of our offerings include:

  • tailored training/workshop experience.
  • real life scenarios to work through practical examples.
  • evaluation and feedback to identify gaps in culture and operating strategies.
  • take home resources and a digital certificate upon completion.
  • the ability to be delivered in person or online.

Who should attend?

All people who want to level up on their leadership skills, encourage increased collaboration and gain a better understanding of difference and our own behaviours.

All organisations looking to position themselves as welcoming places that respect differences, give a voice to people who are often underrepresented and through the benefits of improving awareness and internal culture, improve productivity.

Who benefits from our training?

  • Sport peak bodies, sport and recreation clubs, community organisations.
  • Local Councils, Government departments.
  • Service Providers
  • Small and large businesses
  • Your staff and volunteers
  •  Your stakeholders

Typically the duration of each training/workshop is 2-3 hours. However this can be altered to each need.

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Training modules and courses

Active Inclusion can tailor quality interactive and relevant training  solutions to support your staff to understand the drivers of success and get results. From practical advice and program frameworks; problem solving and communication techniques; and engaging service delivery models we understand that inclusion affects more than ‘the bottom line’.

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Activating Inclusion

Our introductory course that provides an overview of best practice inclusion and a starting point for building an inclusive culture within your organisation, business or community.

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Inclusive Communication and Language

Covering the dos and don’ts of inclusive language this course offers education around ensuring your organisation’s communication is welcoming, accessible and understood by everyone.

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Website and Social Media Accessibility Audit

A comprehensive guide to creating an accessible and inviting website, social media and promotional material. Includes the opportunity for a full audit to be undertaken by Inclusive Sport SA of your existing print and online marketing material.

 Challenging Behaviour in an Aquatic Environment

Providing education and strategies for those working in aquatic settings (Swim  Instructors, Life Guards and centre staff) around challenging behaviour, adaptive programming and problem solving to support participants.

Enquire Today

Interested in speaking with someone about training opportunities?

Get in contact with our Active Inclusion team HERE or Phone – 08 8122 6735  Email – kranford@inclusivesportsa.com.au

Learn More About Active Inclusion

Tailored consulting, training services, special project management and co-design opportunities.

Offering assistance in developing socially inclusive best practices for organisations/clubs/community groups.

A series of half day workshops focused on addressing specific topics and challenges relevant to the sport and recreation sector.

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Current projects, collaboration opportunities and initiatives.