Anti-Racism Awareness in Sport course info

Tackling Racism In Sport

The aim of this course is to empower individuals and organisations to become proactively Anti-Racist, with the knowledge and understanding to safely challenge racist behaviours wherever they occur.

  • Understand what a Racist incident is
  • Consider what your sport needs to do to comply with the Equality Act 2010
  • Recognise and challenge micro aggressions and stereotyping
  • Be better equipped to respond pro actively to racist incidents in a safe way
  • Have a greater understanding of appropriate terminology
  • Consider how to embed Anti-Racist practice into your sport/organisation

We’ll not just learn that certain terms or stereotypes are wrong, but we’ll look into the history and reasons for this, ensuring that learners have the knowledge to challenge situations and incidents and can actually educate others..  

The course will culminate in an assessment, which will see you awarded with a certificate and CPD points on successful completion.

Launching 
January
2022

What others say about our courses

‘A fantastic course with insightful and relevant learning throughout, backed up by fantastic resources that can be utilised immediately.

Nick Edwards - Welsh Rugby Union Integrity Coordinator

topics Covered

Understand

the key elements of the Equality Act and how it relates to your sport

Recognise

what a racist indecent and understand why you should report it

Challenge

feel empowered and confident to challenge stereotypes and incidents

Embed

anti-racist practice into your sport or organisation

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Purchase more than 25 licences to get a discount on the course.

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Purchase over 500 licenses and we’ll even brand the course for you, add organisational policies and contacts and links.

In Partnership with

In Partnership with

Author spotlight

Show Racism the Red Card is the UK’s largest anti-racism educational charity. Established in 1996, thanks in part to a donation by former Newcastle United goalkeeper, Shaka Hislop.

Across the UK, SRtRC provides educational sessions to more than 50,000 individuals per year, with the aim to challenge misconceptions, stereotypes and negative attitudes in society. 

Show Racism the Red card

aCCREDITATED COURSES

Our training is accredited by both the CPD Certification Service and CIMSPA (Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity. You can collect CPD points by completing them.

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