Getting Wales Moving
Delivering on the Well-being of Future Generations Act
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GETTING WALES MOVING
DELIVERING ON THE WELL-BEING OF FUTURE GENERATIONS ACT
15TH FEBRUARY 2018
HILTON CARDIFF HOTEL

Why Sports Wales

08:15-09:20 Registration and Networking
09:20-10:30 Morning Plenary Session 1
09:20
Chair`s Opening Address
09:30
Get Wales Moving
Ken Skates (confirmed)
Cabinet Secretary for Economy and Infrastructure
Welsh Government
09:50
Questions and Answers with Ken Skates
10:00
Physical Activity is Society’s Golden Thread
Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson DBE, DL (confirmed)
ukactive Chair
Crossbench Peer in the House of Lords
10:20
Questions and Answers with Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson DBE, DL
10:30-11:15 Refreshments and Networking
11:15-12:45 Morning Plenary Session 2
11:15
Young People, The Community and an Interactively Active Legacy Opportunity 4 All
  • The role of sport and physical activity presents as many challenges and opportunities in the social, cultural and economic well being of young people and communities.
  • The Youth Charter has developed a 25 year journey that will engage, equip and empower young people and communities with an exciting digital offer to provide an equal, diverse and inclusive win win win for all.
Geoff Thompson (confirmed)
Executive Chair MBE, FRSA, DL
The Youth Charter
11:45
Get Set to Go: Mind’s Approach to Sport and Physical Activity
  • An overview of the programme funded to deliver in England. Results of the evaluation and what this could mean for Wales.
Sara Moseley (confirmed)
Director
Mind Cymru
12:15
Questions and Answers
  • Ask your questions to our morning speakers
12:45-14:00 Lunch and Networking
14:00-15:30 Afternoon Plenary Session
14:00
Training, Activity and Community
  • How having increasing numbers of well trained people in the leisure and activity fields can help deliver against the WBFG Act ambitions for the people of Wales.
  • Better pre and post school physical activity options. 
  • Reduced costs for the NHS
  • Better community cohesion and sustainability skills and employment 
Gary Denton (confirmed)
Managing Director
Icon Vocational Training Limited
14:30
Panel Debate -
  • Discussion topics to be confirmed
Iestyn Davies (confirmed)
CEO
ColegauCymru/College Wales
Matt Newman (confirmed)
CEO
Welsh Athletics
Tom Overton (confirmed)
Head of Community Sport
Sport Wales
Mr Andy Reed OBE (confirmed)
Director at Saje Impact and The Sports Think Tank
Sports Think Tank
Geoff Thompson (confirmed)
Executive Chair MBE, FRSA, DL
The Youth Charter
Malcolm Ward (confirmed)
Principal Health Promotion Specialist
Public Health Network Cymru
15:30-16:00 Refreshments and Networking
16:00-16:00 Conference Close
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