On Thursday 30th November the School will be hosting its annual Opportunities Fair – bringing many of our partner organisations together into one place where you can hear more about opportunities to work with them, and having the chance to speak with them on an informal basis. This is the best chance during the year for all the School’s students to connect with organisations both external to and inside the University, and find out about their opportunities. Each organisation will give a one-minute introduction to themselves and their openings, after which there will be time to meet their staff. Refreshments will be provided. 

When: Thursday 30th November at 5pm or 6pm
Where: Biomechanics Lab
Who: Essential for all students

In order to maximise the number of students who can participate, the event will essentially run twice: with the set of introductions being delivered at 5pm and 6pm. All students are strongly encouraged to attend one or the other.Confirmed attendees so far include the following (with another coaching company and some schools amongst those we are still hoping will also be able to attend):

Lincoln City FC  (sports science, performance analysis, sports therapy)
Lincoln City Sport & Education Trust (coaching, Imps in the Community programmes in Sport, Education, Health, Disability and Social Inclusion)
Active Lincolnshire (School Games, county events etc.)
Positive Futures (Lincolnshire County Council: using sport in disadvantaged communities)
Lincolnshire FA (opportunities with the University Community Football Hub, and the wider county)
Lincolnshire Community & Voluntary Services (the main council hub for voluntary opportunities)
Synergy Sports Coaching (paid coaching and voluntary experience)
SU Activities (opportunities include sport science (SPOTS) and coaching (COTS) support to uni teams)
UoL Sports Centre (Sports Development Officer, other paid roles & coaching courses)
UoL Careers & Employability (general careers advice & the Lincoln Award)
UoL Volunteering Office (advice and opportunities across all areas)

Volunteering Fair 2017

The team from USA Summer Camp will be on campus to talk about opportunities at their camps:

“USA Summer Camp gives you the opportunity to spend your summer living and working in the US,  teaching American campers all the sports, hobbies and skills that you know and love. Not only will you spend every day doing what you love in the American sunshine, but you’ll get paid for it too!

You will also meet people from around the world and spend up to a month travelling America after your contract is done. USA Summer Camp is a cultural exchange provider offering summer work experiences at over 500 summer camps in America. Food and accommodation will be provided whilst you work. We placed 100% of our participants at camp in summer 2017, so we know that we can get you to America for the summer of a lifetime!

Come meet the team to find out how you can spend your summer in America. In our presentation, we’ll cover what it’s like to work at summer camp, what opportunities are available for you and how to prepare for your summer with USA Summer Camp.”

For more information about Summer Camp: https://www.usasummercamp.co.uk/

When: 5-6pm, Thursday 23rd November

Where: JUN0003

YMCA Lincolnshire have a wide range of volunteer roles available. Follow the links for more details:

  • Youth Work Assistants, Sports Instructors & Climbing Instructors (YMCA Lincolnshire and The Showroom)   Activity roles
  • Teaching and Admin Assistants (YMCA Lincolnshire)  Teaching Roles
  • Childcare Workers (Daycare centres in Lincoln and Gainsborough)  Day Care Roles
  • Events & Fundraising Volunteers (YMCA Lincolnshire)  E&F Roles
  • Night Shelter Support Workers (YMCA/Nomad Trust)  Shelter Roles
  • Sales Assistant and Warehouse Assistants (Nomad Trust)  Shops Roles

To apply for any of these roles – or for more details – please contact Melissa GafneyMelissa.Gaffney@theshowroom.org.uk

Synergy Sports are looking for a coach to deliver five After School clubs. The sessions run from 3 to 5pm and include football, dodgeball etc.
 
Essential: Level 1 NGB + relevant experience
Desirable: Level 2 NGB + experience working in primary schools
Pay: Rate of pay dependent upon qualifications
 
For more information, or to apply, please contact Danny Carter (Lead Coach) at: dannycarter@synergysportscoaching.co.uk
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England Netball are offering a High Five workshop in Lincoln on November 22nd. The three-hour practical workshop will introduce the game of High 5, the skills involved and how to get High 5 up and running in a school or club. The workshop will examine everything from the philosophy and principles of High 5, effective warm up and cool down, the basic netball skills needed to play High 5 including movement skills, passing, catching and shooting through to the organisation of a High 5 game. Teachers/coaches will have the opportunity to take part in a game of High 5 along with exploring the other support roles involved in High 5 rotations including scorer, centre pass marker and time keeper. The workshop will also address the rules of High 5 and give attendees the opportunity to umpire a High 5 game in action and gain confidence in officiating the game. This workshop is accompanied by a DVD covering all you need to know about the skills of the game; handy skills cards to use during sessions, High 5 rotation sheets, centre pass marker and score cards, and a rule book to help you and your players become more familiar with the game.

Please note that this is a practical workshop and may require coaches to participate in some activities, it is therefore advisable to ensure appropriate clothing and footwear is worn.

Date: Wednesday 22nd  November 2017

Time: 3.30-6.30pm

Venue: Priory City of Lincoln Academy, Skellingthorpe Road, Lincoln, LN6 0EP

Cost: £25 affiliated members/schools

           £35 non affiliated members/schools

Closing date: Friday 17th November 2017

More details and a booking form: (a) Flyer HF0315 Lincs Nov 2017     (b) HF0315 Candidate Booking Form Lincs H5   (the booking deadline has been extended)