Physical activity professionals are in a unique position to support people to transform their lives, by improving their health through activity and helping them manage long term conditions better. To do this effectively there is a need to support people to create their own solutions that will lead to developing robust physical activity habits.
This live one-hour webinar will introduce you to the concept of ‘person-centred practice’ to support behaviour change. We will explore the concept of physical activity behaviours, look at the barriers people experience, and how to connect with them to lay the foundation for long term change.
As a physical activity professional understanding the needs of your audience is an essential component of being able to them to develop a positive relationship with moving. To do this effectively there is a need to support them to create their own solutions that will lead to developing robust physical activity habits.
This live one-hour webinar will continue to build on the concept of ‘person-centred practice’ from episode one. We will explore unconscious bias, raising your awareness to help you to engage with a more diverse audience, as well as highlighting some listening and questioning techniques to help you to connect with your audience and truly understand their needs.
Particularly for those new to activity, providing a structured and clear pathway is an essential part of achieving long term change. To do this effectively there is a need to empower people to build an action plan for them to make progress in a way that works for them, developing robust physical activity habits.
This live one-hour webinar will explore action planning with clients, to ensure that is carried out in a person-centred way that gives the best possibility of success. We will explore the importance of action planning and sustained motivation, the principles of goal setting and how to monitor progress to increase motivation and learning.
Considering the limited amount of time people engage with you, your sessions or the service you offer - keeping people engaged and motivated can be a real struggle. To do this effectively requires you to support people to become independently active, where their engagement is through choice rather than necessity. Only then can you unlock your true potential to provide the support they need to remain motivated and focused.
This live one-hour webinar will explore the key principles linked to creating a self motivated environment. It will also provide you with some tips and tools to keep people engaged and support long term sustained behaviour change.
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