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Developing the Workforce

Our aim is to address inequality and empower everyone to be active in a way that works for them.

Active Sussex aims to support the development of a diverse and representative workforce (paid and voluntary) who will empower inactive people to be active.

To support this journey, it is essential to provide a positive experience for the participant. Central to this experience is having the right person, with the right skills, in the right environment.

The sport and physical activity workforce is anyone who supports sport and physical activity including:
• Clubs/groups/activity deliverers
• Coaches
• Volunteers
• The professional sport and physical activity workforce

Active Sussex aims to develop and support a diverse and skilled workforce that have the knowledge, skills, competencies and behaviours, to provide positive experiences of sport and physical activity that engage, empower and enthuse everyone.

We want to create and support a workforce that can meet the different needs of different people within the communities they work in.

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Nick Chellel

Strategic Workforce Officer

Nick is the Strategic Workforce Officer for Active Sussex, leading on workforce development for Active Sussex and the implementation of the Workforce Delivery Plan. Nick leads on projects such as the Workforce Investment Fund, Coach Core and Project 500, and is also the CYP Safeguarding Lead Officer for Active Sussex.

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