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The University of Lincoln Sports Centre will be offering the following coaching courses this Spring:

Bocchia Teaching Award: February 7th, 10am – 4pm, £75

Tchoukball Level 1: February 15th, 9.30am – 1.30pm, £TBC

Football Level 1: February 25th to March 11th (multiple dates), £150

Basketball Level 1: March 21st/22nd, 9am – 5pm, £TBC

Netball Level 1: 26th April/22nd May, 9am – 6pm, £150 (England Netball members), £180 (others)

For more information, please contact Helen Evans at the Sports Centre (01522 886635) or see the TV screen in the Sports Centre lobby.

 

The University Sports Centre will be running an England Basketball Level 2 course between March and June, as follows:

Dates: 30th & 31st March, 29th May & 3rd June. 9am – 5pm on all four days.

Price: £145

Booking deadline: 9th March, 8pm

Note: As a Level 2 course, a qualification indicating that the coach is proficient to go out and lead a team by themselves, it will involve more ‘extra-curricular’ work. The course does require candidates to coach a team for one session and coach a game (the game does not have to set fixture it can be a training match); these two sessions must be over seen by either another Level 2 qualified coach or a P.E. teacher.

The course can be paid for at the Sports Centre reception; please feel free to contact Jenny Arroud (jarroud@lincoln.ac.uk) or Dan Bishop (dbishop@lincoln.ac.uk) if you have any questions about the course.

 

The University Sports Centre are looking at hosting a Basketball Level 2 course during April and May 2015. The course will cost around £145, and involves 24 hours of taught course content.

Each candidate will need to complete a log-book as part of the assessment with a minimum of 2 coaching sessions and 2 games supervised by a level 2 coach or PE teacher. In addition to the log book the candidate will be assessed via a written examination on aspects of coaching, basketball skills and team play and will be assessed practically conducting a coaching session and coaching a game.

Candidates should have a good prior knowledge of basketball (preferably with some coaching experience) and be comfortable with the fundamental skills, structure of the game and basic team play.

Please email Jenny Arroud (jarroud@lincoln.ac.uk) to express your interest in this course.