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Finalists announced for IOG Industry Awards 2018
“Quality of entries has been exceptional”
The finalists have been announced for this year’s prestigious Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG) Industry Awards 2018.
FGR wins United Nations award
Forest Green Rovers has been recognised by the United Nations, after receiving a “Momentum for Change” climate action award in New York last night.
AELTC’s Neil Stubley is appointed to IOG Board
Neil Stubley, head of courts and horticulture at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club (AELTC) has been appointed to the IOG Board as an independent director.
IOG to improve RCA-endorsed race course maintenance training courses
The IOG has a long history in delivering race course maintenance training to grounds staff at basic, intermediate and advanced levels.
The IOG assures Apprenticeship Standard quality
The IOG has been approved as the External Quality Assurance Provider for the Apprenticeship Standards for a Sports Turf Operative by the Institute for Apprenticeships (IfA).
Sport England launches £13.5m drive to boost secondary school PE
Sport England is offering free training to 17,000 secondary school PE teachers to help foster a more positive attitude to physical education.
Sign up for Learning LIVE 2018 educational sessions
SALTEX event organisers have revealed exciting details about this year’s all-encompassing education programme – Learning LIVE.
IOG commissions new research project into diversity in groundscare
The IOG has commissioned Olympic hammer thrower hopeful Jess Mayho to undertake a research project into how the IOG can progress its engagement with women and extend diversity within the grounds ma
Positive shift in parents' attitudes sees more girls take up football
There has been an increase in the number of girls participating in football, thanks to a "positive shift in attitude among parents", according to new research by energy provider SSE.
Work on £5m National Football Development Centre in North Wales gets underway
A multi-million pound development, which will help shape the future of football in North Wales, has got underway.