Get Out Get Active learning resources part 1: What?
This series of learning resources shares the What? Who? How? and What next? from our successful Get Out Get Active programme. In these resources you will find evidence-based guidance on how to successfully support inactive people to take part in sport and physical activity.
Across the UK, millions of disabled and non-disabled people are struggling to be as active as they want and need to be. If we don't change how we approach activity, we risk many more people losing the chance to become active. Our Get Out Get Active programme supports people to live healthier, happier, and more active lives.
Part 1 of these learning resources focuses on 'What? - Get Out Get Active supporting healthier, happier and more active lives'.
These documents outline the building blocks that we used to create a successful framework to engage some of the UK's least active people in physical activity. Examples include the importance of taking a person centred approach, effective communication, and ensuring that we learn from failures.
Visit getoutgetactive.co.uk to find out more about the programme (opens in a new window).
What? - Supporting healthier, happier and more active lives video
Watch this introductory video on the Get Out Get Active approach and then access the resources below.
To view the British Sign Language version of this video please visit our YouTube playlist (opens in a new window).
What is Get Out Get Active?
Download What is Get Out Get Active? resource in accessible PDF format (opens in a new window).
Get Out Get Active: A person centred approach
Download A person centred approach resource in accessible PDF format (opens in a new window).
Get Out Get Active: Measuring our impact
Download Measuring our impact resource in accessible PDF format (opens in a new window).