The new partnership has enabled Aspire to improve the reach, consistency, performance and ultimately the value of it’s PECS mentoring services for schools and teachers. The new platform, built using secure, cloud-based technologies, enables schools and coaching companies to demonstrate the value and benefit of the Association for Physical Education-recognised PECS offering.
“This partnership is a great positioning for us,” said Jonathan Moore, Succeedin’s sales and marketing director. “We’re looking forward to working with Aspire and their strategic partners. With their existing network of Primary schools, and based on their projected growth, this gives us the ability to accelerate the Succeedin’s online presence more quickly into the Primary education sector.”
Paul Griffiths, Aspire’s business development director, said: “Aspire have some very ambitious plans to engage thousands more children in physical activity over the next three years. Our new partnership with Succeedin is exciting, and will help us achieve these targets with quality assurance at the forefront of our minds. Through a strategic network of organisations, who share our values, the bespoke software will help Primary school teachers all over the country enhance their skills and confidence in the delivery of PE, which in turn will help engage more children in physical activity.”