Sports Coaching Apprenticeship

Job details
Posting date: 20 May 2024
Salary: £192 per week
Hours: Full time
Closing date: 19 June 2024
Location: TS3 6RS
Remote working: On-site only
Company: Lifetime Training
Job type: Apprenticeship
Job reference: VA/241086-37853

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AT MFCF you will work towards your L2 community Activator Coach Apprenticeship Qualification over the course of 12-18 Months.

The role:

Supporting delivery to a range of PE, physical activity/sport, and educational workshops in primary schools as well as lunchtime/after-school provision.

Support delivery to a range of targeted interventions to children in primary schools.

Support with the mentoring and support of young people engaged in secondary schools and/or employability programmes.

Support with the delivery and facilitation of afternoon and evening provision in the local community related to employability, health and wellbeing and social inclusion.

Engage in the planning and development of lessons/sessions in line with stakeholder frameworks.

Support the relevant Activators and Officers to design and adapt the content of delivery to meet the needs of target groups for our offer.

Contribute to data and impact measurement working with the Data and Impact Coordinator and apply relevant data protection measures.

Contribute to engaging social media content with the support of the Media Officer.

Promote the vision, mission, and core values of the Foundation.

Demonstrate a strong commitment to inclusive practices, adapting resources and engagements to ensure equal opportunities for all.

Build trusted and reliable relationships as a role model for young people and vulnerable service users.

Be committed to applying and promoting safeguarding across the charity.

Contribute to risk assessments and health and safety requirements.

Engage in continuous professional development, quality assurance, training, and events.

Requirements for the role

An understanding and passion for improving the ability and dignity of disadvantaged and under-represented groups or individuals in our communities.

An understanding of education, health and wellbeing and social inclusion and the issues facing those from high-need areas and have a desire to make a difference to their lives.

Experience of creating and delivering both physical activity and educational content

Build trusted relationships and be a role model amongst participants.

Understanding of safeguarding including principles, procedures, and thresholds. A satisfactory enhanced DBS check will need to be completed.

Good verbal and written communication skills and an ability to adapt communication methods to best engage within a variety of settings.

The ability to work effectively towards achieving set KPIs and outcomes.

Person Specification


Ability to communicate well with a range of participants, in particular children and young people.

Ability to work independently as well as part of a team.

Good verbal and written communication.

IT skills, to include knowledge of using a variety of software packages including word, spreadsheets, and databases.


UKCC Level 1 Coaching qualification or equivalent (willing to work towards Level 2)

Full driving licence with ability to work/visit a variety of locations other than immediate workplace on a regular basis.

Qualification and/or experience in specialised subjects of numeracy, literacy and/or PSHE·

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