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.
RockTape will be delivering two practical kinesiology taping seminars within the Human Performance Centre in the New Year on Friday 8th Jan (Fascial Movement Taping Level 1) and Saturday 9th Jan (Fascial Movement Taping Level 2), with 50% discount on the usual course fees for all students within the School of Sport & Exercise Science (so £72 per day). Students are welcome to book for both or one day but RockTape suggest only booking onto the FMT2 (Sat 9th Jan) if you plan to complete/have enrolled onto the first day (FMT Level 1) or you have previously done a taping course. Prior massage/therapy qualifications of students (or lack of) is not an issue – all undergraduate students on previous courses have found it useful. If you are still unsure whether you would be suited to the course see the following document (Seminar_pre_read ), which gives some recommendations regarding further reading prior to attending a RockTape course. However, the practical part of the FMT1 day presumes that people have no previous taping experience so everyone starts in the same boat.
If you are interested then the course information/booking page is now live and can be found by clicking on the link below:
University of Lincoln School of Sport & Exercise Science students: if you put the code lincoln1 into the ‘coupon code’ box when paying for the course online it will reduce the fee by 50%, this will work for booking the one day course and both days. Any issues/questions etc. get in touch with the course provider in the first instance via the below web page or general questions can be emailed to Danny Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There will be two Level 1 cricket umpires courses in the county over the next few months:
1. Stamford Association of Cricket Officials are organising a three-session Level 1 Umpires Course for anyone who would like to become an umpire at the Market Deeping Cricket Club pavilion on Sunday 25th October and 1st and 8th November 2015. Times are from 10.00am – 4.30pm each day.
For more details please contact Henry Roberts (email@example.com ; 01778 349021) or Derek Patience (firstname.lastname@example.org; 01780 753066). Please contact Henry or Derek as soon as possible to register your interest and for full details.
2. Lincoln & District Cricket Umpires & Scorers Association are organising a four-session Level 1 Umpires Cousre for anyone who would like to become an umpire at the Bracebridge Heath Cricket Club Pavilion on Saturday 16th, 23rd and 30th January and Saturday 6th February 2016. Times are from 10.00am – 4.00pm each day.
For more details please contact Gareth Dowson: email@example.com or 07904 806321. Please contact Gareth before December 1st 2015 to register your interest.
England Squash & Racketball are offering students a fantastic opportunity to be trained as a student activator. The training will cover skills that will help you organise, plan and deliver activities more effectively in any sport. Workshops will cover topics from practical facilitation of sessions to setting up online leagues etc. We have been invited to send up to four students, and you can attend training at a Squash Innovation Day in either Hull (on September 25th) or Derby (October 12th). Please click on the appropriate link for more details.
Attendance is free of charge, but our places are limited to four so please contact Peter Fozard to apply for a place – or request more details – as soon as possible. His contact details are on the Innovation Day flyers.
This opportunity is open to any of our students, including those who started this month! There is no set criteria/skill level behind the type of person they are looking for, just a passion for getting more people actively involved in squash. You do not have to be a high level squash player, for instance.
Bright Futures will be running a series of workshops on campus that may be of interest to anyone looking for a school-based career. A special student discount price of £20 per workshop is available (usual price £30) as well as group discounts. Please check with your tutors to see how these might complement the content of your course.
Workshops available: Insuring & Structuring Quality in PE, Creating Inclusive Culture, Physical Literacy and How Do I Develop It, How to Choreograph Dance in PE, Teaching PE to Autistic Pupils, Engaging the Disengaged in PE, Frisbee Golf, Creating an Immersive PE Environment, Technology in PE and many more…
For full details of titles and dates, please click on the flyer above.