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Sports Leadership Courses

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Are you interested in becoming a qualified Sports Coach, Sports Leader, Gym Instructor, referee or qualified first aider? Aged 14-19? If so, The Access to Sports Project is running a number of sports leadership and coaching courses.

The courses are nationally recognised and accredited within the sport and leisure industry.

For Ages 16-19

  • Level 2 Award in Community Sports Leadership
  • Level 3 Award in Higher Sports Leadership
  • Level 1 and 2 Certificates in Coaching Football
  • Level 1 and 2 Certificates in Coaching Basketball
  • Level 1 Certificate in Coaching Cricket
  • Futsal Level 1
  • YMCA Gym Instructor Level 1 & 2 exercise and fitness awards

There are a number of FREE places on our courses for candidates who are able to commit to the following:

  • Are aged 16-19 live in the borough of Hackney or (aged up to 25 with support needs)
  • Are prepared to complete a minimum of 10 hours voluntary coaching in a supervised setting.
  • Pay a small deposit which may be refunded upon completion of the course.

If you are 16 or under and you are interested in taking your first steps into becoming a qualified sports leader the following courses are available

For Ages 14-16

  • Junior Football Organiser
  • Basketball Leaders Award
  • Level 1 award in Junior Sports Leadership
  • Football and Basketball referees courses

For Ages 9-13

  • Young Leadership Award

For more information please contact the Access to Sports Project on 020 7686 8812 or email coach.education@aquaterra.org or look at the website at www.accesstosports.org.uk

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