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CRT Home Internationals Girls Qualifier 2023 Registration

CRT Game On Privacy Notice

How we will use the information about you:

The information about you will be used to by the Trust and our external coaches (if applicable) to deliver CRT Game On, monitor the success of our programme and help us plan for future ‘CRT Game On’ activities. Sensitive information is collected: for health & safety and to help ensure the programme is targeting the right people. Statistical data will be created from this information to support any future funding bids. We may pass on the statistical results to other organisations as well but will ensure that you cannot be identified from these statistics. Where activities are funded and/or delivered in partnership with external organisations, we may share the information you have given us with them, which may include personal information. For a list of funders/partnerships please contact gdpr@coalfields-regen.org.uk. We will not sell your personal data to any third parties. Your details will be securely stored. For more information and your rights please see our Privacy Policy.

CRT Support

CRT Support - Organisational Diagnostic Tool

  • Members of the CRT Support Programme will have the opportunity to share knowledge with each other through a members network. If you would like to be a part of this please tick to confirm the following: · You are happy for your contact details, provided to the Trust as part of the CRT Support programme, to be shared with CRT Support members that have also signed up to share knowledge. · You will be joint Data Controllers with the Trust in respect of the contact details acquired and will not: o share these details with anyone unless the appropriate consent has been obtained; o breach data protection. · You will inform the sharing knowledge members and the Trust if there has been a data breach. · You will comply with Data Protection Act 1998, the General Data Protection Regulation ((EU) 2016/679) and any successor legislation.

One to One Support Referral Form

Please complete the below form and one of our health and wellbeing coaches will be in contact through your preferred contact method. 

CRT Engage

CRT Engage is all about you!

CRT Engage coaches work with you on a one to one basis to tackle your individual health and skills needs – helping you to create a better life.

Our coaches are based in your area and are there to support you every step of the way.

CRT Engage isn’t like other programmes as it’s all about you! You tell us your goals – whether it’s to feel more confident, learn a new skill with our employment coach or get fit with our wellbeing coach – our CRT Engage team work with you to make it happen.

You can access CRT Engage through our website or other local organisations but you can also contact us directly to get support. You’ll have a chat with one of our friendly coaches and together we’ll come up with a plan to help you get going.

CRT Engage is currently available in the Five Towns area of Wakefield and in Meir, Stoke on Trent. This is what we can offer you:

Coaches dedicated to you – CRT Engage coaches work to help you achieve your goals whether it’s through helping you build your confidence, finding a course which is right for you or helping you improve your community through volunteering. CRT Engage coaches will support you, cheer you on and give you a bit of a push when needed!

A listening ear – CRT Engage coaches can set up a call to offer advice, a friendly chat or even arrange a walk with you.

Training – We can help you find free training which works for you – whether that’s through local organisations or online courses.

Meet new people  – Loneliness can affect us all but CRT Engage coaches can help you make new friendships as we know all the best groups filled with people like you in your area.

Healthy eating – We can help you eat healthier! Whether it’s meal plans, shopping lists or offering advice. CRT Engage’s expert nutritionists help you shape a plan which works for you – whether you want to lose weight or manage a health condition.

Barrier busting  – Sometimes a little thing can stop you making progress – whether it’s needing work clothes or getting a bus pass, we’ll do what we can to help get you on track.

CRT activities – CRT Engage coaches also run groups in your area. Whether it’s sports clubs, community cafes or healthy eating groups – we’re likely to have a group to suit you! You’re in complete control – you can take part in groups whenever you want and stop at any time. We work at a pace to suit you.

Interested in accessing our one to one support? Click the button below to register.

This project is part-funded by the UK government through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund being delivered in partnership through the West Yorkshire Combined Authority and Wakefield Council.

The UK Shared Prosperity Fund is a central pillar of the UK government’s Levelling Up agenda and provides £2.6 billion of funding for local investment by March 2025. The Fund aims to improve pride in place and increase life chances across the UK investing in communities and place, supporting local business, and people and skills. For more information visit the UK Shared Prosperity Fund website.

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CRT Game On

CRT Game On uses the power of sport to change lives for the better in former coalfield communities. Our free sessions allow everyone to get involved, get active and learn new skills.

CRT Game On has five different strands:

Football 5ives

Football 5ives are free sessions to get young people off the streets and on to the football pitch. We run Football 5ives in 26 former coalfield communities and are always looking for ways to bring it to new places. Football 5ives gets young people healthy while helping them to learn new skills, supported by our dedicated coaches on local football pitches.

Game On Girls

Game On Girls introduces girls between five and twelve years old to football. It’s all about boosting confidence, learning new skills and having fun. We want girls to build a lifelong love of sport and bring on the next generation of female players in the professional game.

Lifelong Sport

Whether you’re two or eighty-two years old our Lifelong Sport programme has something for you. Everyone is welcome, whether you’re a seasoned pro or total beginner, we have an activity to help you live a more active life. We help a child to find the sport for them, leading to a lifetime of benefits. We also bring older people together through sport helping them make new friends and stay active.

Game On Skills

We believe sport can play a role in a person’s life beyond participation: Game On Skills allows those taking part in CRT Game On to access training and volunteering opportunities to help them build the skills to establish a successful career in sport. 

CRT Home Internationals

An annual tournament which raises aspirations as young people from former coalfield communities in England, Scotland and Wales make new friends and compete to lift the CRT Home Internationals shield.

Our Impact

2021/2022 by numbers:

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1099

participants attending weekly participation sessions

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4902

individual session visits across the year

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339

sessions delivered in some of Yorkshire and the East Midlands most deprived coalfield communities

Accident Form

In the event of an accident, the below should be followed by the CRT Game On Coach:

  • Make contact with parents / guardians (if the accident involved under 18’s).
  • If the injury is minor and the parent / guardian is uncontactable then please fill out an ‘‘Accident/Incident Card’ for the young person to take home with them.
  • Contact emergency services / GP, if required.
  • Contact CRT Game On England staff, if required.
  • Record in detail all the facts surrounding the accident, witnesses etc.
  • In the first instance complete any appropriate action required.
  • Sign the form and send it to the CRT Game On England staff team, at the earliest opportunity.

Incident Form

Incident Definition: An occurrence, action or near miss that occurs which endangers the safety of the session or the people attending, such as a fight between session participants.)

In the event of an Incident, the below should be followed by the CRT Game On Coach:

  • Make contact with parents / guardians (if the incident involved under 18’s).
  • If the incident is minor and the parent / guardian is uncontactable then please fill out ‘Accident/Incident Card’ for the young person to take home with them.
  • Contact emergency services / GP, if required.
  • Contact CRT Game On England staff, if required.
  • Record in detail to the best of your ability all the facts surrounding the incident and witnesses.
  • In the first instance complete any appropriate action required.
  • Sign form and send it to the CRT Game On England staff team at the earliest opportunity.