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Exciting New Sports Apprenticeship Offer

Achieve More Training are a leading provider of fully funded training across North Wales offering education, leisure and fitness, and sport related qualifications.

They are now entering an exciting partnership with Welsh Government by extending their offer of sport coaching-based apprenticeships initially for 18 clubs nationally, 6 in North Wales, 3 in Mid Wales and 9 South Wales. The new ‘Shared Apprenticeship Scheme’ is aimed at community sports by increasing the skills of coaches and improving quality of delivery and membership.

The new scheme is providing is a very forward-thinking approach to help professionalise and support what local sports clubs do within their community.  Apprentices will be based at the sports club for 27hrs a week focusing on engagement with local organisations, building better relationships and having better presence within local schools through delivering sports sessions. It is also anticipated that wider target groups will get involved through sport and improve access to clubs within local communities.

Jordan Hadaway, Tutor/Assessor has said “I really believe that this shared apprenticeship scheme between the sports clubs and ourselves at Achieve More Training will help the clubs be able to go that extra mile and let them deliver and make an impact in the communities more than they have ever been able to”.

Apprentices will be enrolling on to a Level 3 Physical Education and School Sport qualification which will be relative to the day to day roles and responsibilities they will be delivering. The focus of this qualification is to enhance their knowledge in areas such as planning and delivering events, roles and responsibilities of a coach and communication and professional relationships.

There is a number of roles available for the new ‘Shared Apprenticeship Scheme’, and details of these can be found on their website www.achievemoretraining.com/vacancies  or by contacting 01745 797 797.