Volunteering, training and education
If you want to get more involved in sport in Westminster as a coach or instructor, we’ve got lots of volunteering, coaching, training and employment opportunities .
- Duke of Edinburgh
- Sports and leisure volunteering programme
- School sports course
- Sports coaching course
Apprentice Sports Development Officer
This is a new and exciting opportunity to take an important step toward a career in sport, leisure and wellbeing. You will also get a NVQ level 3 in Sports Development.
Two 12 month positions available for people over 16 on 31st August 2013.
For more information and to apply contact Eugene Minogue on 020 7641 5891 or email email@example.com
Closing date is 30th July 2013. Download the specification and criteria for the role here.
|Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme|
Aged 14 to 25? Why not make all the activities you are doing count towards your Duke of Edinburgh Award?
Registration - £20
|Sports and leisure volunteering programme|
|If you are interested in becoming a coach, referee, administrator or instructor you can receive support in finding a role that matches your skills, interests and availability, along with
funding for training courses and Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) checks.
The Westminster Sports Unit have teamed up with Volunteer Centre Westminster to help and support people to volunteer in sport.
Sports organisations looking for volunteers can also benefit from support to recognise and develop new volunteer opportunities. Please call Stephanie Taylor on 0207 604 8819.
or email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how to get involved
|School Sports Course|
There is a range of training opportunities for education professionals, including Continued Professional Development (CPD) and Newly Qualified Teacher (NQT) programmes. CPD is provided by the Westminster School Sports Partnership for teachers across Westminster and includes teacher support, conferences, specific whole school INSET training and PE co-ordinator days.
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