Community Activator Coach 2018-04-09T09:05:58+00:00

Project Description

Community Activator Coach – Level 2

The role of the community activator is to plan and lead exciting sport and physical activity sessions to help people of all ages change their behaviours and adopt and maintain a physical active lifestyle.

Typical employers:

Sport for social change charities; SMEs who operate in the sport and physical activity sector; local authorities; sports clubs; leisure centres; youth work agencies; housing associations and outdoor education centres.

What You’ll Learn >

  • Planning and adapting sessions and activities.
  • Coaching or leading pre-planned sport or physical activity sessions.
  • Working collaboratively with sports clubs and other community assets.
  • Supporting customers to co-produce rewarding volunteering opportunities.
  • Supporting families to participate together in sport and physical activity.

Entry Requirements >

  • Set by the employer.

More Information >

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Employers
Candidates

What Is An Apprenticeship?

An apprenticeship is a job with an accompanying skills development programme. This includes the training and end-point assessment for an employee as part of a job.

Elite Training Services

An apprenticeship is a job with an accompanying skills development programme. This includes the training and end-point assessment for an employee as part of a job.

BENEFITS OF WORKING WITH ELITE

  • Allows you to shape your workforce to meet business needs
  • Increases staff loyalty and retention
  • Cost effective staffing and training
  • Free up existing staff time
  • Adds new skills and energy

APPRENTICESHIP STANDARD JOURNEY

1. Interviews and assessments
2. On / off the job training
3. End-point assessment
4. Certification

Benefits Of Taking On An Apprentice

  • Allows you to shape your workforce to meet business needs

  • Increases staff loyalty and retention

  • Cost effective staffing and training

  • Free up existing staff time

  • Adds new skills and energy

How much will the salary cost?

The employer sets the apprenticeship annual salary. However, it must meet the National Minimum Wage for an apprentice. This is set
at £3.50 per hour.

Funding:

Employers pay 10% towards the cost of training and assessing apprentices. The government will pay 90% towards the rest of the costs. This is called co-investment.

Typical length of programme:

12-18 months on- programme working towards the standard with 20 % off-the-job training.

NEXT STEPS

  • Text / call our team to book an appointment on: 07710 809356
  • Discuss programme elements in a free consultation at your centre
  • Recruit an apprentice (Elite can help with this)

  • Sign apprenticeship agreements
  • Apprentice completes an induction and starts work

What Our Candidates Said

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“The course is intense but very informative and useful for anyone thinking about teaching badminton.”

JANE • EDGE HILL • BADMINTON AWARD
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“I learnt so much from this course which is relevant to my teaching in P.E. lessons.”

STEVEN • WORCESTER UNIVERSITY • BADMINTON AWARD

“The PESS course taught me the skills I needed to support PE teachers in schools. I now have an understanding of PE lessons and I can help to teach different parts.”

LUCAS • SUPPORTING SCHOOL SPORT & PE

“I always enjoyed the gym but the instructors course gave me a better understanding as well as what is needed to train others in the gym.”

JACK • GYM INSTRUCTORS COURSE

“I did not enjoy school very much but this course is very practical and allowed me to show my strengths by taking part in practical situations.”

AMY • EVENT ASSISTANT

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