Co-Chair Roles for The Wales Alliance for Physical Activity (including sport) for People with Learning Disabilities

The Wales Alliance for Physical Activity (including sport) for People with Learning Disabilities (“the Alliance”) is looking for two (2) Co-Chairs to lead and guide members to ensure they achieve the goals of the Alliance.

At a glance:

  • The Co-Chair roles are voluntary
  • The roles are for two years (2023-2025)
  • Closing date for applications: 5pm on December 14th 2023
  • Interview date 8th January

  • Option to apply through video, audio or on the application form



The Alliance will add value to the physical activity (including sport) sector by increasing opportunities for people with learning disabilities to be active and give a voice to people with learning disabilities. You will share this role with one other person who will also be a Co-Chair. You will be able to work together and support each other to help deliver the role of the Co-Chair. You will not be paid a wage, but we will pay you for expenses like travel. 

If you have any questions about this role, please contact:

Stefano Antoniazzi
Stefano Antoniazzi
Intellectual Impairment Sport Senior Officer
Please refer to me as: He / Him

The Alliance was established in May 2023 by agreement of the members identified below.

  • All Wales Forum of Parents and Carers of People with Learning Disabilities
  • All Wales Special Schools and Colleges Association
  • Association of Directors of Social Services Cymru
  • National Autistic Society Cymru
  • Disability Sport Wales
  • Downs Syndrome Association
  • Learning Disability Wales
  • Leonard Cheshire Wales
  • Mencap Cymru
  • Public Health Wales
  • Regional Sports Partnerships
  • Special Olympics Wales
  • SportExcel UK
  • Welsh Sports Association


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