Quest Webinars allow you to undertake specific Quest module training without the need to leave the office or factor in travel-time making it a time-efficient method of training and increasing your knowledge.

Each webinar is delivered and hosted by a specialist in each field alongside a Quest Manager and Assessor to give complete insight into each module, the standards expected at the assessment and what the assessor and mystery visitor will be looking for.

Quest Webinars provide you with valuable insight and the opportunity to ask questions to ensure that you and your team know what to expect and how to prepare for each module. Each session will consist of a 45 minute presentation and 15 minute Q&A session.

Each webinar costs just £15 plus Vat to attend and you can have as many team members sit in on the session with you to ensure you get the most out of the webinar. Following the session each attendee will receive a certificate of attendance and CIMSPA members will also receive CPD points.

 

Engaging with Children - Webinar

GPLUS13 Engaging with Children 0-11 Years

Module Outcomes:

  • To work collaboratively with other service providers to provide inclusive, high quality and accessible opportunities for all children and families of young children to participate in sport, physical activity and physical education and meet the CMO guidelines of at least 180 minutes (3 hours), spread throughout the day for under 5 year olds and at least 60 minutes and up to several hours every day those aged 5-11 years.
  • To reduce the levels inactivity in children by making sport, physical activity and physical education fun and accessible to them.
  • To address inequality in a pro-active way, through effective interventions that widen access for: disabled children; girls; those living in deprived areas.
  • To encourage children and the families of young children to be more active.
  • To provide evidence of the long-term impact on children in terms of their: physical and mental development and health and wellbeing.
Event Date 02/06/2017 10:00 am
Price £18.00 incl. VAT
Location Online
£18.00 20

Engaging with Young People - Webinar

GPLUS23 Engaging with Young People 12-19 Years

Module Choices

  • To provide inclusive, high quality and accessible opportunities for all young people to participate in sport and physical activity and meet the CMO guidelines of at least 60 minutes and up to several hours every day.
  • To reduce the levels of young people who are inactive by making sport and physical activity fun and accessible to them.
  • To address inequality in a pro-active way, through effective interventions that widen access for: disabled young people; girls and young women; those from low socio-economic backgrounds; and those who are not in employment, education or training (NEETs).
  • To work collaboratively with other service providers to expand and enhance the offer, align services and build pathways into employment and higher standards of performance in sport.
  • To involve young people in the planning, delivery and leadership of activities.
  • To provide evidence of the long-term impact on young people in terms of their: health; community integration; personal development; employability and sporting achievements.
Event Date 26/06/2017 10:00 am
Price £18.00 incl. VAT
Location Online
£18.00 20

Engaging with Volunteers - Webinar

GPLUS25 Engaging with the Voluntary Sector

Module Outcomes

  • There is an effective plan to engage, recruit and develop volunteers which is building up capacity.
  • There is action planning to make volunteering more diverse and representative of the local community.
  • Volunteers are rewarded and recognised for their contribution.
  • There are pathways in place to provide volunteers with opportunities to develop skills that support both individual development and/or economic development.
  • Work to engage with and develop a strong volunteering base makes a clear contribution to maintaining/raising levels of participation in sport and physical activity.
Event Date 26/06/2017 2:00 pm
Price £18.00 incl. VAT
Location Online
£18.00 20

Inclusive Fitness Initiative (EFDS) - Webinar

GPLUS10 Inclusive Fitness Initiative (EFDS)

Module Outcomes

  • To encourage greater physical activity levels
  • To align with and support current government and sector specific objectives
  • To provide evidence of positive outputs and outcomes
  • To engage people with a range of impairments and health conditions in the design of effective interventions and activities
  • To promote successful inclusive delivery and leadership good practice
  • To support sport and leisure providers with guidance and tools
Event Date 04/07/2017 10:00 am
Price £18.00 incl. VAT
Location Online
£18.00 20

Doorstep Sport - Webinar

GPLUS36 Doorstep Sport

Module Outcomes:

  • The organisation is working with a range of local partners and the community to deliver a sport and physical programme that is engaging young people (teenagers and young adults) from disadvantaged backgrounds (http://www.streetgames.org/resource/areas-deprivation-postcode), some of whom were previously inactive.
  • There is vibrant and varied doorstep sport programme being delivered, taking place at the right time, at the right place, in the right style, with the right people and at the right price to meet the needs of young people - http://www.streetgames.org/our-work-doorstep-sport-clubs/principles-doorstep-sports-club.
  • The organisation measures and reviews the doorstep sport programme, involving participants, staff, partners and stakeholders, and uses this process to action plan and set targets for the development and improvement of delivery.
  • The organisation can demonstrate impact and positive results around activity levels, participant profile, attendance levels, retention rates, personal achievements and wider community benefit.
Event Date 04/07/2017 2:00 pm
Price £18.00 incl. VAT
Location Online
£18.00 20

Exercise Referral Programming - Webinar

GPLUS35 Exercise Referral Programming

Module Outcomes

  • The exercise referral programme has a clear framework, process and pathway in order to provide a consistent approach for users, including
    best practice from key organisations such as National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), ukactive and the British Heart Foundation (BHF)
  • The exercise referral programme offers both physiological and psychological intervention and support for service users
  • The exercise referral programme provides a wide range of measures for each service user, including baseline measurements, individual measurements and wider
    measures, such as level of physical activity, health and wellbeing and behavioural change
  • The exercise referral programme offers access to a wide range of physical and wellbeing activities, with clear continuation / retention plans in place
  • The exercise referral programme has a clear set of measurable outputs and KPIs and can show tangible evidence of results and impact towards stated outcomes
  • The exercise referral programme can provide a clear picture of financial performance as well as clear links to how it is improving the local health and wellbeing
    agenda
Event Date 11/07/2017 10:00 am
Price £18.00 incl. VAT
Location Online
£18.00 20

Promoting Mental Wellbeing - Webinar

GPLUS34 Promoting Mental Wellbeing

Module Outcomes

  • Increase in the percentage of the population taking part in physical activity and sport at least twice in the last month
  • Decrease in the percentage of people physically inactive
  • Increase in the percentage of adults utilising outdoor space for exercise/health reasons
  • Increase in the number of people volunteering in sport
  • Improved subjective wellbeing
Event Date 11/07/2017 2:00 pm
Price £18.00 incl. VAT
Location Online
£18.00 20