New webinar series launched to support clubs

Paul Stimpson

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Following the success of our webinars for coaches, Table Tennis England is hosting a series of webinars for clubs over the coming weeks.

The first took place on Tuesday April 14, and was an overview of the Sport England Community Emergency Fund. The session included an opportunity for clubs to ask questions relating to this.

Click here to watch previous webinars

Upcoming webinars are as follows:

  • Wednesday June 3 (noon): Ready to Return
    This session will provide an overview of the five-phase approach that Table Tennis England will be taking, plus an opportunity for Clubs and Leagues to share their stories on how they are preparing for activity after lockdown. This session will welcome thoughts and feedback on challenges clubs and leagues are facing, and suggestions on the support required to overcome these.
  • Wednesday June 10 (noon): Why is Safeguarding Important for Table Tennis Clubs and Leagues?
    How can clubs protect all their members, how to manage certain scenarios, club responsibilities and where to find guidance.
  • Wednesday June 17 (noon): The Role of the Welfare Officer
    Why does a club need a welfare officer, what are the responsibilities of the role and how much time does it take? What experience should a person have and where can they access training?
  • Wednesday June 24 (noon): Volunteer Recruitment and DBS Checking
    Who needs to be checked – the roles, what type of check should be undertaken, portability of checks, using the Update Service.

You can book your place now using the form below. Once you have registered, you will then be sent the joining details in advance of your chosen webinar(s).

Table Tennis England are looking to help ensure that clubs have access to all of the latest relevant information, are able to stay connected during lockdown, and plan for the future.

If you are a club in need of support, or have suggestions and ideas for support that would be useful to other clubs, please contact

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