Coaching Courses at UoL Sports Centre This Spring

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

Goalball: February 26th, 9am – 5pm, £75

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 Sports Centre reception (01522 886688, or see the TV screen in the Sports Centre lobby.

Funding For Coaching & Officiating (from Lincolnshire Sport)

Lincolnshire Sport support coaches and officials in many ways. Some of these are:

(1) The Lincolnshire Coach and Instructor Network: a free support network that will provide access to information, training events and bursaries. Join now!

(2) Officiating Bursaries: open to anyone who is interested in obtaining officiating qualifications. Deadline: September 30th 2015.

(3) HE/FE Coaching Bursaries: open to students who are interested in getting started with coaching. Applications open on October 1st 2015 and close on November 2nd 2015.

(2) Talented Coaches Scheme: receive extensive training, support and networking to help you develop your coaching experience and skills. many of these events are hosted within our School – as you can see from the photo here – and we had a student in the 2015 cohort. Applications for the 2016 cohort will be open in December 2015.

There are many more resources available on the Lincolnshire Sport website, and we strongly recommend that everyone takes a few minutes to explore the site.

Sports Physiotherapist Vacancy, Harrowby United FC

Harrowby Utd F.C., based in Grantham, are looking for a sports physiotherapist for their men’s first team. They play in the Chromasport United Counties Premier League on Saturdays.

The position will pay expenses and would be an excellent opportunity for a student to get “hands on” experience, complementing their studies and providing a good stepping stone for future work. The details of the role and its responsibilities will be discussed with the successful candidate.

If any University of Lincoln students are interested in the position could they please contact Sandy Willmott in the first instance.

Harrowby United