Volunteering

Have you ever thought about getting into sports coaching, would like to gain some extra qualifications or just help out the local community kids?

If so, Sports and Life Skills can be the key to that door, we offer anyone that is 16 years old and older the opportunity to get involved with our projects to gain some real life coaching/teaching experience as well as offer sporting qualifications and hopefully a job opportunity at the end of the volunteering.

Sports and life skills are now in a position to offer some volunteers the opportunity to apply for some newly established roles including:

  • Social Media Coordinator
  • Teaching assistant
  • Assistant coach

The volunteer roles are different, and we offer full training and support. For most of our roles you don’t necessarily need to have prior experience as the key things we are looking for are great people skills and an ability to give regular commitment.

For general queries and more information on how to apply please contact us directly at sportsandlifeskills@gmail.com

1/ Do you feel you can be a great role model?

2/ Do you want to improve the community?

3/ Are you open to learn new skills?

4/ Do you care about improving the younger generations way of life?

 

 

Sports and Life Skills has had over 5 volunteers working with the company here are a few stories

Martel Marshall 18 years old from Islington, studies BTEC Sports level 3 and has just got into Coventry University, but would like to gain some real life coaching skills and qualifications before be goes in September 2017 to learn sports management. He is going to do is FA level 1 Football qualification in January 2017 and has been a great pleasure to teach and guide. Who now works and is on a paid role for the company when he has some free time from university.

Merdan Uckac 17 years old from Islington, studying sports at college and really wants to get into football coaching, he has some experience of coaching and helping out but hasn’t got any qualifications so again he is going to do the FA level 1 in football in January 2017. Who now works every Saturday mornings on a paid role.

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