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Val Sabin Action Kids Training Licenced Training Partner Scheme


What is a Licensed Training Partner?


A Licensed Training Partner is any organisation which undertakes to organise and market a series of Val Sabin training courses in a locality.


Who are Licensed Training Partners?


Existing partners include Universities, School Sport Partnerships, Coaching Companies, County Sports Partnerships, Nurseries, Local Delivery Agencies and even the YMCA.


Training Courses


We have a whole range of training courses which cover • • • •





Sports – Mini Basketball, Hockey How does the Scheme work?


Val Sabin and the partner identify courses which are going to be in demand in the partner’s location, agree dates and a venue to host the courses and to confirm the Course Trainer’s availability. The partner is responsible for:- •


Marketing the course locally.


• • •


Receiving payments, confirming numbers. Providing a venue.


For this they receive a 15% fee, calculated on the per person price sold to the delegate. (Maximum number on a course are 25 unless by prior arrangement.)


Val Sabin Publication and Training are responsible for:- •


Providing marketing material to aid the partner •


Using the VSPT website to market the courses (this often drives other delegates to the course)


• Where applicable using any other means available to VSPT to aid the marketing of the course. (Letter to school, coaches etc)


• Providing the course trainer.


• Providing resource materials for each delegate, workbooks, CD’s where applicable and certificates.


Primary Education - Gymnastics, Dance, Athletics, Games and Positive Play Secondary Education - Gymnastics and Dance.


Coaches “in the Curriculum” - Gymnastics, Dance, Athletics, Games.


Early Years “Action Kids” - Babies, Early Stages, Core Principles, Music and Movement, At Home, Parachute Games and Song and Rhyme.


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