Monthly Archives February 2015

Lincolnshire Sport are looking for Volunteers to help run a Wheelchair Basketball Tournament this coming Thursday (19th Feb 2015) at Yarborough Leisure Centre. The Tournament runs from 2.00pm-5.00pm and 6.00pm-9.00pm and the tournament organisers are looking for table officials and referees in particular. If any School of Sport & exercise Science students are interested, please could you contact Lindsay Brown in the first instance.

Details: Wheelchair Basketball Tournament 19th February 2015

A course is currently being arranged for School of Sport & Exercise Science students interested in gaining a sports massage qualification that is recognised nationally by a Government-approved awarding body (Vocational Training Charitable Trust, VTCT).

The content of this Level 3 qualification is comprised of all the required elements needed to work effectively and efficiently as a sports massage therapist (including the practical application of anatomical and physiologal knowledge, key elements of professional practice, an understanding of the principles of health and fitness and how to provide sports massage treatments). Following successful completion of the course, the Level 3 sports massage therapist will be able to work safely and effectively on dysfunctional tissue in a range of context, to include, pre-event, post event, intra-event and for maintenance purposes. Indeed, those students who completed the course last year have since gained valuable experience working in a range of sporting environments, including mass participation ultra-endurance events and professional football clubs.

The cost of the course will be £600, with all formal material expected to be delivered over 7 days (which may be split into two separate 3/4 day periods) and all assignments and case study hours needing to be submitted before the final assessment can be completed (including an online anatomy and physiology exam). Dates are to be finalised, but due to the intensive nature of the course it is likely that it will be scheduled in the week immediately following the exam period so as not to clash with your existing studies (i.e. week beginning 25/5/2015).

If you are interested in attending this course then please get in touch with Danny Taylor (dtaylor@lincoln.ac.uk) to ask any further questions, register your details and to be updated with further information. Be aware that the number of places available may be limited, so the sooner you can get in touch the better.

 

An opportunity has arisen to work with Nettleham Ladies FC as a sports therapist\ physio for match and training days (Thursday evening and Sunday). This would be an excellent opportunity for someone to gain experience and develop their skills in a supportive environment.

A first aid qualification is essential.

Any questions should be directed to Linzi Hewitt on Linzi.hewitt@yahoo.co.uk
Nettle

Lincolnshire Cricket, the National Governing Body for cricket in Lincolnshire, are seeking to recruit a volunteer Events Officer with an interest in gaining valuable experience within sports development and events. The position will be part-time, involving one to two days work per week, and will allow the successful applicant to gain experience at a wide range of events within Lincolnshire, such as the Lincolnshire Show, Freshers Fayres, England U19 fixtures and the County Cricket Festival.
The placement will last the length of the summer season with support provided by senior development officers within Lincolnshire County Cricket Ltd. Successful applicants will be subject to an enhanced DBS (CRB) disclosure. Opportunities to develop skills within the sports development domain include:

  • Working alongside experienced Cricket Development Officers and community coaches;
  • Engaging with external organisations within and outside of the sports development domain;
  • Receiving bespoke training and mentoring sessions;
  • Gaining valuable coaching experience (mediums such as Cricket Factory);
  • Experience in developing plans and risk assessment.

For an informal discussion please contact Kevin Spence or Andy Hibberd on 01522 528838.
Potential applicants should read the person specification and role profile carefully. CVs and covering letters should be returned to:
Kevin Spence, Chief Executive Officer, Lincolnshire County Cricket Ltd, Imprint House, Wrightsway, Lincoln, LN2 4JY or emailed to lincsccb@btconnect.com with ‘Cricket Events Officer Internship’ as the subject.

The closing date for applications is March 16th.