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Triathlon England AGM and Workshops

On November 10 2018 we welcome triathletes, coaches, volunteers and enthusiasts to join us in attending one of a number of low-cost and free triathlon focused workshops, which in turn offers Home Nation members the opportunity to experience a full day of activity in conjunction with the Triathlon England AGM (see schedule)

At our AGM in November we invite our Home Nation Members to have there say and vote on any possible changes which may arise.

The seven workshops on offer run from 10:00 and cater for a number of different groups. Find out more about the sessions on offer and how to register your attendance below.


Club Volunteer Experience; Giving your volunteers an excellent experience

This workshop describes how to creating a excellent experience will help you gain and hold on to volunteers. 

This workshop will cover:

  • Develop a positive culture of volunteering within a club enviroment
  • Identify how to develop the volunteer's experience by assessing the value of club volunteers
  • Where to find out information to help improve the volunteer experience

Register Here

2019 Regional Junior Race Series Workshop

This workshop is open to all regional committee members involved in organising a regional junior race series, participants looking to race in the series in 2019 and event organisers that want their junior event to be a part of a regional junior series.  The workshop also welcomes parents, coaches or club committee members that have an interest in junior racing.

The workshop will include:

  • Review of the 2018 season
  • Summary of participants survey
  • New guidelines to support the junior race series in 2019
  • 2019 season preview

Register Here

The Club Experience; How to be an extraordinary club for your people

This workshop will develop your skills, improve your knowledge and ultimately help you develop your club.

By the end of the workshop, you should be able to: 

  • Understand what is meant by Club Experience and why it's important to get it right
  • Understand the participants in their club
  • Consistently deliver a great club experience
  • How to bring about a change in your club.
  • Identify ongoing support

Register Here

Time to Listen; Training for club welfare officers

This workshop describes how a club welfare officer works with others to create a child centered enviroment and reflect on case study examples to improve their practice, hosted by Linda Haywood.

Register Here

Clean sport and Anti-Doping

This Free workshop will enable people to understand the anti-doping rules associated with triathlon they know how to 'be clean and stay clean'.

Register Here

Maximising Funding Opportunities

This workshop will develop your skills, improve your knowledge and ultimately help you develop your club.

This workshop is aimed at supporting clubs that are seeking to grow and need to identify potential sources of funding that can assist them in growth.

By the end of the session attendees should be able to: 

  • Indentify a project, mindful of the national agenda for sport and the funding opportunities available
  • Indentify sources of funding, including grants, sponsorship and general fund-raising
  • Assess whether achieving community amateur sports club (CASC) status or charitable status could be a potential source of additional revenue.

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Young Person Activator Course

To provide young people (aged 14-17) with the opportunity to gain the skills and confidence to lead and assist in the delivery of triathlon sessions and grow participation in their local club, school, or community group.

Young Activators will develop the skills to:

  • Assist a coach with the set up and running of club activities.
  • Lead sessions under the supervision of a coach or PE teacher. This might involve helping to organise an activity within a session i.e a transition skills challenge, leading the warm-up/warm down, splitting athletes into groups in preparation for the session.
  • Assist in wider club or school triathlon activities such as volunteering or helping to organise GO TRI events or other competitions.

This is NOT a coaching qualification. However, this award can provide useful insight into the role of a coach, and might be the first step towards a formal coaching qualification in the future. The course gives Young Activators the skills and experience to improve the enjoyment and quality of club and school triathlon sessions, which will also help to further grow the sport.

Register Here

We encourage those attending workshops to stay on for the Triathlon England AGM (register here), with a light lunch provided for those who register their attendance for the AGM.

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2018 British Triathlon and Triathlon England AGM Schedule

Time Activity
09:30 Arrival & Registration
10:00 - 13:00
Workshops (View Options)
13:00 - 14:00 Buffet Lunch for registered attendees with acknowledgement of the Triathlon England Award winners at 13:30.  
14:00 - 15:00 Triathlon England AGM 
- Attendance is free. Please register here so we can cater for numbers.

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