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In 2013 there were nearly 4500 coaches and volunteers supporting the work of Disability Sport Wales.

These people are the lifeblood of sport and physical activity.

With over a million chances to play for disabled people in sport in Wales we quite simply couldn’t do what we do without the army of coaches and volunteers in Wales. 

Coaching or volunteering in disability / inclusive sport can be one of the most exciting, and rewarding things that you will ever do and Disability Sport Wales is here to provide all the training, support and guidance you may need. 

Whether you are an experienced coach or volunteer looking to get involved or expand your skills, or whether you are only just thinking about getting involved, we will be able to find the right opportunity and training / support that you will need.

Coaches to disabled people within Wales have won the overall Sport Wales Coach of the Year award in 3 out of the last 5 years.  Have you got what it takes to be the next Anthony Hughes, Peter Pearse or Billy Pie?

Why not find out more about more about how you can get involved?

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JOB ALERT! We're recruiting for a part time Talent Pathway Officer in North Wales Information can be found on… https://t.co/LXNALml2Xz


RT As well as coach and volunteer training,Disability Inclusion Training for @RCTCouncil leisure staff is taking place… https://t.co/YoabzDi6uH


RT Disability Inclusion Training 13th&20th March 2018, aimed at current coaches and volunteers who work (or those who… https://t.co/7fPfClBHeC


RT Thank you to @dsw_news Tom for facilitating a Disability Inclusiveness Workshop for our YA’s 👏🏼 Lots of learning… https://t.co/1stZXRH1qi