The 7 main areas of focus are.....
The aim of the Inclusion department is to make football and sport accessible for all. The main areas of focus for the Inclusion team are those with Disabilities, Black and Minority Ethnic Group and People At Risk.
'People At Risk' include homeless, refugees, asylum seekers, travellers, young offenders, NEETs (Not in Education, Employment or Training), 16 to 19 years, mental health service users no longer attending a centre, over 55's, ex-offenders, communities in areas of deprivation and a number of other groups. The purpose of their work in these areas is to create opportunities for these poeple to be included within mainstream activities that most of us take for granted.
If you'd like more information about the services provided by the Girls and Women department please check out the website or contct Hannah Paterson on 01908 622888.
Community & Delivery.
The Community Sports and Events Department enables the fully FA accredited coaches at MK Dons SET the opportunity to work with children and young people throughout the region to improve their sporting, social and other skills.
For future community events please see the events listing.
'Get SET Get Parenting' supports parents and carers with children aged 5 and over and provides FREE help to families in Milton Keynes by giving parents the skills needed to keep children safe, healthy and happy. Whether it be helping with confidence, skills or knowledge to build a strong family life.
There is a dedicated 24-hour helpline and information and support in the forms of both written literature and helpful courses are provided. For course information please see the events listing. For the FREE 24hr Helpline please call 01908 322 224.
There are many opportunities provided in all of the above areas at the MK Dons Sports & Education Trust, please see the events listing for more information on upcoming courses and sessions that may interest you. You can also visit the official website for more information from the link at the top of this page or please call 01908 622888.