The UK Sports Association for People with Learning Disability (UKSA) is a registered charity that has launched its dynamic Engage! workshops run by experienced tutors in the disability and sports sector supported by British sports stars with learning disability.
Their next workshop takes place at Burnley FC on Wednesday 3 February 2016 and you can read about the programme here.
You will see ability in its truest sense, you will gain insight into proven communication models that really work and have an opportunity to network with likeminded individuals and organisations.
Learning Disability Accessible Communication workshops will provide useful tools to enable you to better engage with people with this hidden disability either as athletes, associates, customers, colleagues or employees.
You will receive invaluable communication tips and techniques from British athletes themselves. You will receive tailored advice from our expert tutors. You will leave with a toolkit with tips on accessible communication techniques for you and your organisation.
You will also find out what else UKSA can help you or your organisation to better engage people with learning disability; whether in business, National Governing Bodies of Sport, sports clubs or simply on a day to day basis.
These valuable and insightful workshops will provoke stimulating debate and provide a unique opportunity to engage directly with British sports stars with learning disability, all of whom have achieved success on the international stage. Hear their stories and aspirations both in and out of sport and leave this this workshop truly inspired.
Places are strictly limited, so don’t miss out – book without delay.
Workshops are taking place in the following towns and cities and places can be booked online:
Burnley with Tom Hamer and Josh Walne on 3 February 2016 – Click to book
Swansea with Jack Thomas and Dan Pepper on 22 February 2016 – Click to book
Dates in Belfast, Leicester, Liverpool, and Manchester to be confirmed later this year for other courses.
For more information about any workshops, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0207 490 3057.