UK Deaf Sport announces new National Conference for 2015

31 Mar
31 Mar

UK Deaf Sport is delighted to announce the first UK Deaf Sport national conference.

The UK Deaf Sport national conference 2015: “ReDEAFining Deaf Sport“, will be held on Friday 15 May at The Wesley hotel, near Euston station in London. Aimed at sport development professionals the conference will look to address the following key topics:

  • The importance of becoming DEAFinitely Inclusive
  • How to be innovative and adapt delivery planning, marketing and communication to include deaf people
  • Knowing your audience. Understanding research and insight about your audience to ensure the right provision is available.

The conference will bring together a line-up of expert speakers and contributors from the world of deaf sport to discuss the key issues and opportunities, explore innovative ideas and exchange examples of better practice with delegates. UK Deaf Sport are keen to attract professionals working within the sports development sector to the conference, including delegates from National Governing Bodies of sport, County Sports Partnerships, Local Authorities and other organisations with similar remits.

If you work in the sports development sector and are interested in attending the UK Deaf Sport national conference 2015 please click here to register.  The cost of the conference would be £75 but is being offer free to support people access the knowledge that they need to increase deaf sports provision and awareness.

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Reaching Potential

UK Deaf Sport aims to enable Deaf people to reach their full potential in sport. We work to increase opportunities by working in partnerships with key organisations to create a sporting future that is DEAFinitely Inclusive from grassroots through to Elite level Sport.