Intro Into Sport is a sports based course for young people aged 16 – 18 who are interested in a career in coaching.
About Intro Into Sport
If you are aged between 16 – 18 years old and interested in gaining a coaching qualification then ‘Intro Into Sport’ is the perfect course for you.
Reading FC Community Trust have teamed up with Reading College to launch the ‘Intro Into Sport’ course.
This is an excellent opportunity for young people to gain qualifications and work with experienced coaches within professional facilities. ‘Intro Into Sport’ also focuses on employability and personal development which will support participants that want to get back into employment or further education. Reading FC Community Trust also provide exit routes after the course completition such as work experience and volunteering opportunities.
The course is delivered over 20 weeks and participants can gain the following qualifications
- JFL Level 1
- ABA Boxercise Level 1
- FA Level 1
- Functional Skills (Maths , English , ICT)
- Participants will also gain a free gym access and travel money for 3 days
Book for Intro Into Sport
To ask us a question, or enquire to participate, please contact the Social Inclusion Team:
Social Inclusion Officer
0118 907 2161
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