Themed UK Coaching resources week 6 – Inclusive Coaching

May 26, 2021 | by Matt Halfpenny


UK Coaching is offering support to England Boxing coaches as the Covid-19 lockdown continues to ease thanks to a series of online learning resources – with week 6 focusing on Inclusive Coaching.

They offer valuable assistance for coaches of all abilities, not just around the return of in-person coaching following the Coronavirus Pandemic, but also on an ongoing basis for those looking to improve their skills.

The resources – a mixture of tips, webinars, infographics, templates, workshops, guides, videos, diagrams and expert opinion – will be made available over the course of the next six weeks.

The six themes are Return to Coaching, Coaching Philosophy, Coaching the Person and Developing Relationships, Wellbeing, Coaching Children and Inclusive Coaching.

To access the material, England Boxing members will simply need to click on the links on the topics below.

While some of the content is free, others will need coaches to register with UK Coaching, and others, such as workshops, will require the payment of a fee.


Inclusive Coaching


What is Inclusion? Your Comprehensive Guide to Becoming a More Inclusive Coach Guidance
Coaching People with a Visual Impairment eLearning *(£)
How to Create an Inclusive Environment Guide
Understanding the Activity Inclusion Model Guidance
Equality In Sport and Physical Activity (from April 21) Online workshop *(£)
Inclusive Activity Programme eLearning module eLearning
The Benefits of Diversity in the Team Video
The STEP Model Explained Video
Strategies for Reducing the Impact of Unconscious Bias Tips
Understanding Unconscious Bias Guide
Your Duty to Care: Diversity and Inclusion Webinar
Coaching People with Autism Tips
Communicating with Visually Impaired Participants Tips
Coaching People who have Difficulties with Speech Tips
Women and Informal Sports Participation (part 1) Guidance
How to Attract New Female Participants to Your Sessions (part 2) Guidance
Women and Informal Sports Participation: Creating a Suitable Workforce (part 3) Guidance
Helping More Women Get Active Tips
Coaches Must Remove Barriers to Female Participation in Sport Opinion

*those marked with a £ sign incur an additional cost to subscription; however some are discounted for subscribers.