2024 Training Programme – BOOK NOW!


Training No Shows – if you book free training as part of the Bring it on Brum! programme and do not turn up, the cost of your place on the course will be deducted from your grant value. If you need to cancel your place on a course, you must do so 24 hours before the course starts.


Level 3 Emergency First Aid at Work
All learners will have the skills and knowledge to provide the organisation with Emergency First Aider’s that can provide treatment to their casualties in a prompt, safe and effective manner. Maximum of 2 places per organisation and each person needs to sign up using their own email address.

Monday 10th June | 9am-5pm
Billesley Tennis and Fitness Centre, Wheelers Lane Billesley B13 0ST

Friday 14th June | 9am-5pm
Oasis Academy Hobmoor, Wash Lane Birmingham B25 8FD


Managing Challenging Behaviour
The workshop explores how Doorstep Sport can be used as an engagement tool to address social exclusion, anti-social behaviour and community tension and build stronger communities. Participants learn the characteristics of ‘hard to reach’ young people and how to effectively engage with them. They are shown how to recognise the causes and triggers of anti-social behaviour and they explore the development of tools and skills that enable young people to take ownership of their issues and effectively manage challenging behaviour.

Wednesday 3rd July | 10am-1pm (Online)

Tuesday 9th July | 9am-12pm (Online)
Use code BIRMHAF24 for a free place.


Understanding Young People from Underserved Communities
This workshop will bring to life research to help learners to gain a better understanding of some of the issues that influence young people’s lives, and how this can have an impact on their sports participation levels. We will draw upon experiences in the room, challenging learners to think about the young people they work with, and the wider issues that they face on a day to day basis.

Wednesday 17th July | 9am-12pm (Online)
Use code BIRMHAF24 for a free place.


Youth Mental Health Awareness
This introductory three-hour session raises awareness of young people’s mental health. We discuss some of the common mental health issues affecting young people, including depression, anxiety, eating disorders and psychosis. We cover the different skills to work more effectively with young people living with mental health issues and the different ways to support young people with a mental health issue and relate to their experiences.

Monday 8th July | 6pm-9pm (Online)


Keeping Young People Safe in Community Sport
This 3-hour workshop promotes a whole organisation approach to safeguarding and is suitable for project managers, coaches, leaders and volunteers working in community sport environments with regular responsibility for children and young people. Using specific examples and scenarios taken from the community sport context, learners will have the opportunity to discuss and explore key topics including welfare, safeguarding, child abuse and radicalisation. Learners will develop their knowledge and understanding of the importance of early intervention and identifying, responding and reporting concerns.

Wednesday 26th June | 1pm-4pm (Online)

Thursday 11th July | 9am-12pm (Online)
Use code BIRMHAF24 for a free place.


Adverse Childhood Experiences
Based on the latest research of health & wellbeing, this workshop provides learners with a foundation of what is going on in a young person body, the short and longer-term impact this has on the behaviour and how we can make small changes by being Trauma Informed to achieve better life outcomes for young people. The workshop explores ACEs and the impact it has on Young People’s health as well as our role in using sport to build resilience with a ‘Trauma Informed approach’.

Monday 1st July | 1pm-4pm (Online)

Thursday 18th July | 9am-12pm (Online)
Use code BIRMHAF24 for a free place.


Engaging Women and Girls
This interactive workshop equips participants with practical ideas on how to best engage women and girls in doorstep sport projects, sharing the latest insight from our Us Girls programme. The workshop explains the sporting needs of young women and girls, and defines the techniques for delivering successful sports programmes for young women. The workshop covers what works to both engage and retain female participants and includes case studies from projects that are successfully engaging females.

Monday 15th July | 6pm-9pm (Online)

Tuesday 16th July | 9am-12pm (Online)
Use code BIRMHAF24 for a free place.


Risk Assessments for Youth Programmes
This course brings risk assessments to life, highlighting why they are so much more important than the ‘tick-box exercise’ they sometimes have a reputation for being. You’ll take away specific examples of good practice you can implement straight into your planning, as this course has been written especially for organisations delivering holiday programmes.

Delivered by StreetGames’ risk management partners, Pharos Response; the crisis management experts, who know only too well what happens when risks aren’t managed effectively. Designed for youth workers and/or managers who are responsible for either writing risk assessments or approving those written by colleagues or perhaps external providers you work with. Delivered in a highly engaging manner, with interactive exercises and scenario-based activities specific to holiday programmes.

Attendees will gain confidence in writing risk assessments, learn how to avoid common mistakes and know what to look for in the risk assessments of other organisations. The ultimate aim is of course to make programmes safer and support the objectives and outcomes of the programme, but also to better protect the organisation if something does go wrong. Delegates will receive a certificate of attendance.

Monday 17th June | 2:00pm-5:00pm (Online)


Let’s Talk About Food
We are excited to invite you and members of your staff team along to this in-person interactive, informative and practical session to support your provision around food and nutrition during the upcoming Winter HAF provision. The content and information are based on up-to-date research from colleagues at Loughborough University around feeding practices, and provide fundamental guidance to support the development of children’s approach to food. Following previous feedback, there will also be a number of practical workshops for you and your colleagues to choose from to increase your confidence providing food-based workshop as part of your holiday club.

By attending this session you will be invited to be part of the Hakuna Fruitata project (subject to receiving a HAF funding agreement) with lots of additional resources also available for you to access.

Please do bring along your own refreshments. Please note that non-attendance will result in a charge to your organisation as per our terms and conditions.

Tuesday 11th June | 6pm
Venue: Shard End Wellbeing Centre, 170 Packington Avenue, Shard End, Birmingham B34 7RD

Wednesday 12th June | 10am
Venue: Trefoil House, Blucher Street, Birmingham B1 1QL


Outdoor Cooking
Training is delivered in person and covers the following; adults are introduced to fire safety around the pit and fire circle, how to build a fire safely, how to forage for fire materials (if available on site), learning what works best and in which order to utilise the materials, how to prepare a stick for cooking by safely learning to whittle and how to prepare the food to cook on the fire and share the meal at the end of the session.

Monday 10th June | 1pm-3:30pm
Venue: Masefield Community Garden, Lindsey Avenue, Birmingham B31 2DT


Activator Essentials
This three-hour session will help the participant understand the principals of activation as well as the skills and qualities of an activator. We will look into how best to describe your audience, discussing how your style will meet their motivations and what skills, knowledge and experience you need to get people involved. The workshop will also help participants to identify different ways to adapt activities and tasks to suit the audience

Wednesday 10th July | 9am-12pm (Online)
Use code BIRMHAF24 for a free place.


Autism Awareness Training
Delivered by trainers from Resources for Autism. Learners will understand what autism is about and how it can impact daily life, gain increased confidence in work, communicating and interacting with autistic people, have perceptions of autism challenged and learn how ti implement autism specific strategies in to daily practice.

New dates coming soon.


Maximising 5 Ways to Wellbeing
This live 1.5-hour webinar is a great opportunity for you to spend a bit of time thinking about your wellbeing and the wellbeing of young people you work with during these very challenging times. The session will be based on the 5-ways to wellbeing and how we can make small changes in our lifestyles to look after ourselves and each other. Come prepared to get involved in some fun, lighthearted activities that may be useful to use try out with other colleagues, youth groups and partners you are working with.

This live 1.5-hour webinar is a great opportunity for you to spend a bit of time thinking about your wellbeing and the wellbeing of young people you work with during these very challenging times. The session will be based on the 5-ways to wellbeing and how we can make small changes in our lifestyles to look after ourselves and each other. Come prepared to get involved in some fun, light-hearted activities that may be useful to use try out with other colleagues, youth groups and partners you are working with.

New dates coming soon.


Olympic and Paralympic Multi-skills workshop

We have a new and exciting training opportunity available this summer for local partners in the StreetGames network.

StreetGames is delighted to be one of the charity partners of Team GB, and this year we have been working closely with the British Olympic Foundation and their Get Set Path to Paris Programme to provide a brand new Olympic and Paralympic-themed multi-skills activator workshop. The workshop will offer a chance to experience games linked to both the Olympics and Paralympics and will provide volunteers, young people, youth and community workers and community sports coaches and leaders with a multi-skills approach to coaching young people in their local community.

Wednesday 29th May | 10-1pm
The Lighthouse 100 Alma Way, Aston, Birmingham, B19 2NA


Level 2 Food Hygiene
This Level 2 course is for anyone who works where food is cooked, prepared or handled.

Online course, completed in your own time.

Your code to access this training will take a couple of days to become live after booking, email pam.noel@streetgames.org with the full name of the person wanting to undertake the course and which organisation you are from. This will be limited to a maximum of 3 people per organisation.


Food Allergy and Intolerance Training
This interactive training has been developed by the Food Standards Agency (FSA). It is for food industry organisations and businesses, consumers and others who would like to learn more about food allergies and how to handle allergens safely.

Food Allergy and Intolerance Training


GDPR and Data Protection Training
This GDPR training Course helps organisations that handle personal data how to comply with EU and UK General Data Protection Regulation. Only 1 code per organisation is available.
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Additional Courses with StreetGames

StreetGames is hosting a variety of workshops and webinars throughout 2024. As a Bring it on Brum! provider, you are entitled to access this training too.

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to access the full list of StreetGames workshops and webinars.

You can also access StreetGames Open Courses. These courses are fully-funded so are available at no additional cost to you. Use Code BIRMHAF24. Additional fees may be applicable for the Level 1 in Developing Community Activities for Youth At Risk course because this is an accredited qualification.