Brief overview of the vacancy role

The City of Leeds Basketball Foundation is the community outreach arm of the City of Leeds Basketball Program and is currently responsible for the delivery of high impact community initiatives, curriculum support in primary and secondary education, coach and official education, extra-curricular activities and bespoke educational initiatives.

The Foundation’s work underpins the development of our Junior National League program (COLBC) and Elite Academy based at Allerton High School (COLBA)

Vacancy Description

Coach Core’s vision is to drive social mobility through apprenticeships and sport, so that every young person can reach their true potential and inspire those around them. Since our launch in 2012, we have worked with over 150 of the biggest sports providers, youth clubs and charities in the country, supporting over 500 young people. As a result of our ongoing expansion, we are now looking to launch a brand-new programme in Leeds!

We have a fantastic and diverse range of employers involved in the programme, all of whom are committed to providing a supportive environment for their apprentices to flourish in. The programme is made up of a range of activities and sports

The apprenticeship will enable successful candidates to start an unrivalled 15-month programme of learning, gaining meaningful qualifications and have full support and mentoring based on your individual needs. Successful applicants will be offered full time employment with a recognised physical activity or sports-based employer, earning a wage whilst also working towards the Level 2 Community Activator Coach qualification as well as a whole host of additional learning opportunities. In addition, whilst employed directly by one organisation, there will also be access to a range of events, training opportunities and other experiences through the other supportive employers.

We particularly welcome applicants from female, black, minority, ethnic (BME) communities, disabled people and homosexual, bisexual and trans (LGBT) communities, as they are currently underrepresented within our workforce.

Requirements and Prospectus

Desired Skills

Successful applicants must also: – Possess a passion for physical activity and healthy lifestyles. – Be organised and able to work effectively in teams and as an individual – Maintain a professional approach to work at all times. – Be able to relate well to, motivate, and encourage others being conscious of being a positive role model at all times. – Have an enthusiastic attitude to life and work. – Have the ability to make learning and work fun.

Personal qualities

You must be enthusiastic about wanting to work within the sport and physical activity sector and be committed to inspiring others to be more physically active. No prior coaching experience is required, but a willingness to learn, develop and challenge yourself is essential.

Qualifications required

No previous qualifications required

Future prospects

This programme may lead to possible progression into full and part time coaching roles, further qualifications, Level 3 apprenticeships and employment in other sectors (for example youth work or leisure).

Training to be delivered

Level 2 Community Activator Coach qualification

Coach Core specific modules and workshops

Functional Skills in English and Maths (if required)

About the Employer

The City of Leeds Basketball Foundation is the community outreach arm of the City of Leeds Basketball Program and is currently responsible for the delivery of high impact community initiatives, curriculum support in primary and secondary education, coach and official education, extra-curricular activities and bespoke educational initiatives.

The Foundation’s work underpins the development of our Junior National League program (COLBC) and Elite Academy based at Allerton High School (COLBA).

As an apprentice with The City of Leeds Basketball Foundation you will be studying towards a 12-18 months qualification that will be the Community Coach Activator Level 2 Apprenticeship

Desired personal Qualities

You must be enthusiastic about wanting to work within the sport and physical activity sector and be committed to inspiring others to be more physically active. No prior coaching experience is required, but a willingness to learn, develop and challenge yourself is essential.

As with any apprenticeship programme, you will be required to complete a qualification as part of your employment. As far as is possible, we will work to make this as practical as possible, to ensure you can put your learning into practice

Future Prospects

This programme may lead to possible progression into full and part time coaching roles, further qualifications, Level 3 apprenticeships and employment in other sectors (for example youth work or leisure).

Training to be provided

Training to be Provided
Level 2 Community Activator Coach qualification
Coach Core workshops
Functional Skills in English and Maths (if required)
A minimum of 1 National Governing Body L2 qualification
Access to a range of other training, events and opportunities activator courses, community sports festivals etc)

Product

ZH2 Community Activator Coach Apprenticeship L2

Expected duration

15

Paid hours per week

30

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