(EAC) Sport Coach
When We Need You
From 29/09/2011 onwards
Volunteering as a sports coach allows the volunteer to develop their confidence, leadership skills and enhances career prospects. The user benefits in increased sporting opportunities, being in contact with a positive role model and being part of a positive social group. Volunteers are essential to the long term sustainability of all leisure activities. By volunteering within local community sports activities you improve the quality of sporting opportunities for all.
About (EAC) East Ayrshire Council Leisure Development
To provide sporting, leisure and recreational activities for the community of East Ayrshire.
Skills & Experience
A volunteer must have a strong interest in sport as well as a drive to improve sporting and life outcomes for young people. Specialist knowledge in sport is not necessary as training can/will be given.
There are many opportunities throughout East Ayrshire at different times of day and night. For more information please consult our current bE Active guide- www.eac.eu/beactive
Application Form, Induction/Training, Informal Chat, Interview, Police Check, References, Trial Period
Training and Induction Details
Full induction, CPI, Manual Handling & Child Protection. Various other training opportunities will be available throughout the year.
Sports / Outdoor activities
Public transport rates will be paid weekly in cash.
No Wheelchair Access
No Disabled Toilet
Frequency & Commitment
We would ask that the volunteer commits to giving us 50 hours of volunteering throughout their placement to justify us providing training.
Volunteers must be at least 16 years of age.
Opportunity Provided By
John Finnie Street
Contact: Anne Martin
Tel: 01563 576707
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