How to achieve Ability Club status

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Rida Iqbal

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As you may be aware, we at Table Tennis England are making some changes and improvements for our clubs. This change places a heavy emphasis on the PremierClub Ability Status offered to clubs; it shows that they are committed to becoming accessible and actively engaging people with disabilities at their respective clubs, by undergoing the free training offered by Table Tennis England.

To support and further develop our PremierClub Ability Status programme we are going to be creating a dedicated newsletter and Table Tennis England webpage as well as support clubs through applications for our Disability Table Grant Scheme; which offers 50% funding support on table purchases.

The new webpage and newsletter will look to keep our clubs informed with updates from British Para TT, opportunities from key partners, key funding streams specifically aimed at disability clubs as well as a place where our clubs can share their best practices.

The webpage will allow players to find a list of our PremierClub Ability Status at the click of a button – Creating more members for you.

All our PremierClub Ability Status will be promoted by us to our National Disability Sport Organisation (NDSO) networks creating more opportunities for our clubs.

Achieving Ability Club Status

All of our clubs can achieve Ability Club Status by taking advantage of our free Disability Awareness Training and agreeing to Table Tennis England’s Best Practices Agreement.

To register an interest in undertaking the Disability Awareness Training, contact Helen Dennett, Projects Officer via [email protected]

If you are not an Ability Club but would like to receive these updates and be added to the mailing list please contact: [email protected]

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