We have three free places for University of Lincoln students to attend an Equity in Your Coaching workshop to be run by Lincolnshire Sport on Wednesday 2nd April. The session will be from 6.30pm to 9.30pm in the Coach Education Suite.
The free places are offered on a ‘first come, first served’ basis. If you are able to commit to attending at that time then please email email@example.com to apply for one of them.
The workshop is an activity of the Lincolnshire Coach and Instructor Network – a free resource/network for all coaches and instructors that live or work in Lincolnshire.
Coaching for Hope sounds like a really exciting initiative. They run volunteer football-based programmes in Africa and now India. From their website:
“Coaching for Hope is an innovative programme which uses football to create better futures for young people in West and Southern Africa. We’re part of the international volunteering and development charity, Skillshare International.
We tap into the global passion for football and organise coaching courses where professional coaches from the UK train local youth workers to recognised FA standards. At the same time, the local coaches learn how to deliver HIV awareness and life skills sessions to young people in their communities.
Once the UK coaches leave, our programme staff provide ongoing support to the graduates. This means they can deliver Coaching for Hope sessions and develop training initiatives of their own.”
Lincoln City FC Sport & Education Trust are looking to recruit three Trainee Community Organisers to work in three specific areas of the City of Lincoln. The Community Organiser programme is run by Locality who in turn work with local organisations to deliver the programme.
Full details and an application pack can be found here: http://www.lcfcset.com/#!vacancies/c1n7d
Closing date for application is 31st March 2014.
For more information please call 01522 563792 or email firstname.lastname@example.org