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Five Pillars of Duty to Care: Diversity

Diversity is who you attract to your session. Organisations, clubs and coaches have an obligation to provide equality of opportunity for those taking part. This precludes discrimination on the basis of race, religion, gender, age, ability or sexual orientation

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Do you feel ready to put your knowledge to the test? If so you can enrol now for FREE, otherwise you can continue reading this page to find more resource tips and guides and learn more about our courses and online learning products around this intrinsic theme of Duty to Care.

 Collect all five pillars

When you have completed the learning for each pillar and demonstrated your thorough knowledge of the principles of Duty to Care you will earn our nationally-recognised Digital Badge. Find out more.

UK Coaching has an extensive range of free and subscribe to access learning solutions around Diversity.

You can access our resource tips and guides and learn more about our workshops and online learning products around this intrinsic theme of Duty to Care below.

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Your Duty to Care: Diversity and Inclusion

In this recording of a Time2Learn session, UK Coaching's Heather Douglas provides coaches with tactics and advice on embracing diversity at all levels of sport

Unconscious Bias Series

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  • Shining a Spotlight on Diversity in Coaching

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  • Why Is It Important to Embrace Diversity Within the Coaching Workforce?

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  Knowledge Check

 Collect all five pillars

When you have completed the learning for each pillar and demonstrated your thorough knowledge of the principles of Duty to Care you will earn our nationally-recognised Digital Badge. Find out more.