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Fit For Sport welcomed as 100th CIMSPA employer partner
The Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity (CIMSPA) is today celebrating its 100th employer partnership as Fit For Sport join the sector’s chartered institute.
Assistant Swimming Teacher Professional Standard consultation now open
CIMSPA has opened consultation on the Assistant Swimming Teacher professional standard
CIMSPA and UKSCA developing standards and endorsement partnership
CIMSPA is please to announce that it will be developing an important new partnership with the United Kingdom Strength and Conditioning Association.
CIMSPA and UK Coaching launch coaching professional standards
CIMSPA and UK Coaching have today released the first sector professional standards related to coaching in the UK.
CIMSPA partners with UK Anti-Doping to support clean sport
CIMSPA partners with UKAD to support clean sport.
UKAD secures fitness industry commitment to new education programme
UKAD have committed to a new education programme to highlight the risk of taking performance enhancing drugs.
Consultation for Coaching in a High Performance Environment specialism opens
CIMSPA's first professional standard in the talent and high performance sector is open for consultation now
UK Coaching launches Safeguarding Adults e-learning course with CIMSPA backing
This is the first course to be endorsed against our ‘Safeguarding Adults and Adults at Risk (Technical Specialism)’ Professional Standard.

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