Why Sports Conference 2018
Delivering Positive Outcomes
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WHY SPORTS 2018
DELIVERING POSITIVE OUTCOMES
2ND OCTOBER 2018
ROYAL SOCIETY OF MEDICINE

Why Sports 2018 Conference

08:00-09:00 Registration, Coffee and Networking
09:10-10:30 Morning Plenary Session 1
09:00
Chair`s Opening Address
  • A very warm welcome to the Why Sports 2018 Conference
Yvonne Harrison (confirmed)
Managing Director
Project `92
09:10
Department of Digital, Culture, Media & Sport
  • Sporting Future Strategy 3 years in
  • What have we achieved 
  • Plans for 2019 and beyond 
Andrew Honeyman (confirmed)
Head of Sport
Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport
09:25
Sport England
  • Towards an Active Nation - Lessons learned, surprises and partners 
  • What can we achieve in 2019? 
  • How has the sector responded to the strategy? 
Lisa O`Keefe (confirmed)
Director of Insight
Sport England
09:40
Improving Facilities, Removing Barriers
  • Swim England Dementia Friendly Swimming Project
Mrs Elaine McNish (confirmed)
Head of Health and Well-being
Swim England
Mr Damian Stevenson (confirmed)
Insight and Partnerships Director
Swim England
10:00
Headline Sponsor Presentation
  • Supporting the elderly population to remain active
  • What is Motiview
  • How can the product help the elderly and those living with dementia remain active
Stian Lavik (confirmed)
Director
Motitech UK Ltd
10:20-10:30 Question and Answer Session
10:20
Opportunity to fire questions at our panel of experts
10:30-11:00 Morning Refreshments and Networking
10:30
Refreshments Served in the Atrium
11:00-12:30 Morning Plenary Session 2 - Positive Outcomes
11:00
Behavioural Change Engaging the Disabled and Non Disabled Audience Together
  • Get Out Get Active Progress to date 
  • Training 
  • Volunteering 
  • Understanding the challenges
Andy Dalby-Welsh (confirmed)
Deputy Chief Executive
Activity Alliance
11:15
Volunteering is the golden thread - How Manchester City Council, The Manchester NHS Clinical Commissioning Group, Universities and Greater Sport are Using Technology to Enable Volunteers to Build Stronger Communities
  • Volunteering must be a grassroots movement but it needs to be facilitated and enabled by the larger civil partners and technology.
  • The importance of building a volunteer eco-system - People want to help, you just have to know how to ask and make it easy for them.
  • How to reward and recognise those organisations and individuals to encourage long term change. 
Mr Chris Martin (confirmed)
Founder and Director
TeamKinetic
11:30
Get Set To Go
  • Update into investment projects and national awareness 
  • Examples of our ongoing work
Hayley Jarvis (confirmed)
Community Programme Manager
Mind
11:45
Case Study Presentation from Knight Kavanagh Page
12:00
Case Study Presentation from SportsAble
12:15
Case Study Presentation from Public Concern at Work
Francesca West (confirmed)
Chief Executive
Public Concern at Work
12:30-13:15 Workshop Presentations
12:30
Data and Insight – How to use it to manage performance, improve programmes and secure investment (Guy Whittle Auditorium)
  • Managing Change. How to implement new data systems and processes, navigate the pitfalls and pain points and use to drive performance improvements.
  • Analysing primary data to improve programmes and outcomes for participants. Drawing on specific examples from Chance to Shines schools and Streets programmes
  • Securing investment. Using primary and open data to build a case for future investment at a local and national level
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Tim Crabbe (confirmed)
CEO
Substance
Vanessa Greene (confirmed)
Impact and Evaluation Manager
Chance to Shine
Richard Joyce (confirmed)
Operations Manager
Chance To Shine
12:30
Presentation from Carter Corson (Max Payne Auditorium)
  • Speaker to be confirmed
Hazel Carter-Showell (confirmed)
Managing Director
Carter Corson
12:30
Workshop Presentation (Seminar Suite)
  • Sponsor to be confirmed
13:15-14:30 Lunch and Networking
13:15
Lunch and Networking
  • Food served in the Atrium 
14:30-15:15 Workshop Presentation 2
14:30
Presentation from ZG Lighting (Guy Whittle Auditorium)
George Kaiafas (confirmed)
Managing Director
ZG Lighting UK Limited
14:30
Supporting a Community to Transform Itself through Sport (Max Rayne Auditorium)
John Herriman (confirmed)
CEO
Greenhouse Sports
14:30
Presentation from My Customer Lens (Seminar Suite)
Paul Roberts (confirmed)
Director
My Customer Lens
15:15-16:30 Afternoon Plenary Session - The Art of Engagement
15:15
Data Challenge
  • What is next for open data
  • Helping the sector understand the benefits of open data
  • The do's and don't's of GDPR 
David Beardmore (confirmed)
Commercial Director
The Open Data Institute
15:30
Presentation from Upshot
  • Interactive case study presentation 
Joseph Flagg (confirmed)
Senior Consultant
Upshot
16:10
Consumer Insight
Jane Frost (confirmed)
CEO
Market Reseach Society
16:30-16:30 CONFERENCE CLOSE
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