Cutting edge video analysis for youth football – we analyse your footage and place it on our searchable database. Whilst a player is ‘on programme’ Clubs can use the footage as a development tool to enhance the ASE programme. ‘Off Programme’ Clubs, Colleges and Academies around the world can search the database to recruit players. Run by an ex YTS player, e-Scout’s aim is to give players the best possible chance of staying in the game.
The Educational Sports Forum (ESF) formed in 2005 and has evolved to promote the interests of its affiliate members, developing and delivering a professional package of education and training to support those working in the sports industry to achieve their full learning potential.
League Football Education (LFE) was formed by The Professional Footballers Association (PFA) and The Football League to manage the Apprenticeship in Sporting Excellence framework for Football League Clubs in England & Wales. Today it has 72 member Clubs and is the largest single body of professional Clubs in European Football.
JETS (The Jockeys Employment & Training Scheme) provides professional jockeys with specialist career development advice, retraining grants and job search assistance to help them achieve a secure future. For employers, it provides a recruitment service to access the resulting pool of talent, both within the racing/equestrian industries and outside.
The League Managers Association is the collective, representative voice of all managers from the Barclays Premier League, the Coca-Cola Championship and the Coca-Cola Leagues One and Two. The LMA has become an integral and respected part of the football industry and as football continues to present new challenges, the LMA will grow and adapt to achieve its aims.
The PCA has been the representative body of past and present first class cricketers in England and Wales, since the organisation was founded in 1967. The PCA aims to promote and protect the interests of the members by endeavouring to come to amicable agreements with all lawfully constituted cricket authorities, primarily the England and Wales Cricket Board.
League Football Education (LFE) was formed by The Professional Footballers Association (PFA) and The Football League to manage the Apprenticeship in Sporting Excellence framework for Football League Clubs in England & Wales. The PFA directly and indirectly employs over 250 people in key areas such as, education and training for post-football careers, coaching and financial management.
The Professional Players Federation was established in 1991 and is the national federation for professional player associations in the United Kingdom. There are over 16,000 professional sportsmen and women in Britain and the PPF is dedicated to promoting, protecting and developing their collective interests.
The RPA is the representative body and collective voice of professional rugby players in England. Originally called the Professional Rugby Players’ Association (PRA) it was founded in 1998 to look after the interests of all professional players, from Academy players to the superstars of the international game.
The Press Association is the UK’s trusted source of compelling multimedia content. For 140 years, the Press Association’s network of journalists has been gathering news for the media. Today the company supplies everything from breaking news and showbiz interviews to real-time sports results and the weather forecast.
SkillsActive is the Sector Skills Council for Active Leisure, Learning and Well-being. We are the only organisation throughout the UK that is responsible for improving skills across the whole of the active leisure and learning workforce – this includes the sport, fitness, outdoors, playwork and caravan industries.
The Federation of Small Businesses is non-profit making, non-party political and is the UK’s largest campaigning pressure group promoting and protecting the interests of the self-employed and owners of small firms. Formed in 1974, it now has 215,000 members across 33 regions and 230 branches.
‘Young & Free’ from the Terence Higgins Trust is part of the National Chlamydia Screening Programme. We offer a range of services throughout England, Scotland and Wales – many of them tailored to suit the varied needs of our diverse communities.