Equals exists to actively promote greater involvement in sport and physical
activity by disadvantaged communities particularly the Black, Asian and
Minority Ethnic (BAME) population.
a registered charity, we are committed to continuing this legacy of change.
Through our varied activities – campaigning, carrying out research, influencing
legislation, informing and educating, auditing and providing expert consultancy
to businesses – we have maintained our position as the leading advocates for
the wellbeing of families everywhere, helping to put an end to unnecessary
suffering at work, on the road, in the home, and at leisure as we strive to
achieve our vision: Life, free from serious accidental injury.
with more than 10,000 members, the Swimming Teachers’ Association (STA) is an
independent swimming teaching and lifesaving organisation, and delivers the
highest quality training across four key business areas – Swimming Teaching,
Lifesaving, First Aid and Leisure Management.
home page for Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council.
Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity launched in 2011, CIMSPA is the professional development body for the UK’s
sport and physical activity sector. CIMSPA has been awarded chartered status by the Privy Council, which came into
effect at the start of January 2012. CIMSPA provides leadership, support and empowerment for professionals working
in sport and physical activity and a single unified voice for the sector.
The Institute holds two long term strategic priorities:
- To provide opportunities for young leaders to develop and succeed
- To provide leadership on the development and management of career pathways
Active Black Country
Black Country is one of 44 County Sports Partnerships (CSPs) in England working
to provide opportunities for people to participate in sport and physical
activity across the Black Country.
Community Leisure UK
Community Leisure UK is a membership association that represents cultural and leisure trusts and
social enterprises throughout the UK.
Quest continues to be the Sport England recommended Continuous Improvement Tool for leisure facilities and sports development teams, designed to measure how effective organisations are at providing customer service. It has been running for over 20 years now and continues to evolve with the changes within the industry. Quest is supported by Sport England, Sport Wales, Sport Scotland and Sport Northern Ireland as well as organisations like CIMSPA, ukactive, Chief Leisure Officers’ Association and Community Leisure UK.
Albion players present plaque to centre team
SLT offer patients under the phyio team at Sandwell & West Birmingham NHS Hospitals Trust special offers on membership