Prosports – Summer sports coaching roles – work experience placements and summer workers 2023 intake
ROLES AVAILABLE AFTER WORK EXPERIENCE PLACEMENTS
This a paid role £50 – £75 per day. With opportunities to progress in the company with further work in school holidays and to get coaching qualifications paid for. Desirable but not essential – DBS certificate/safeguard trained.
To make a proactive and flexible contribution to the organisation through:
Supporting our lead coaches to deliver summer sporty holiday clubs or Football training camps
Principal Duties and Responsibilities
To provide an excellent level of service applicable to all areas of care and welfare within the organisation. This may include:
Setting up equipment
Supporting groups of children
Learning and delivering sports activities
Being a positive and enthusiastic role model
Communicating well to children, staff members and parents
Expected Working Hours Monday 3rd to Friday 7th July – Monday- 8.30am- 3pm
Generic Duties and Responsibilities
To make a positive, enthusiastic and proactive contribution to the working environment at the organisation ensuring that effort and resources are utilised effectively and efficiently in pursuit of the Prosports strategy.
To be responsible and accountable for ensuring all employment legislative requirements are adhered to including equality, diversity and health and safety issues.
To conduct yourself at all times in a manner befitting the core values and code of conduct aligned to Southam college
We are very pleased to announce that Rory S. in year 12 has been selected for development training with Scottish Exiles in July. Rory has been a stalwart of school rugby teams over the years through thick and thin. His hard, firm but fair approach is in keeping with the ethos of the game. As a second generation Southam college player, Rory has maintained family tradition and has kept the spirit of Rugby running throughout his school career. His dedication has been second to none. We know that Rory will take on board all advice on his development and wish him luck for any future success. “Fortan leat” as they say in the highlands!
Due to exceptional growth, we are looking for a Communications Assistant to join our busy Communications Team. The successful candidate will be responsible for supporting the delivery of The Wigley Group’s communications strategy, completing day-to-day tasks in line with the company’s vision, objectives, and values, working as part of the Communications Team to deliver best possible outcomes across all channels and platforms.
If you are planning to embark on a marketing career, this could be for you. Macfarlane Group are recruiting for a marketing apprentice based at our Coventry central office. In this dynamic and varied role, you will work with the established marketing team to implement marketing plans and provide marketing support to our sales teams nationwide.
This is a reminder that students still have time to sign up for the Get into Law conference in June! This is a full guide to the UCAS process for Law degrees, where I’ll provide my insight as a Judge into what they need to stand out in a highly competitive application pool.
The next conferences are on:
Saturday 10th June (9:30am – 2pm) Sunday 11th June (9:30am – 2pm)
There are limited spaces left, so any interested students are encouraged to book as soon as possible. Students from all year groups are welcome!
As a Judge, I will share my insight into law and offer my best advice for building an application to the best law schools in the country. Please feel free to forward this information to your students so that they can get involved! Tickets are £15 to cover administrative and technological costs.
Topics covered in the conference include:
– Life as a law student, solicitor, barrister, and judge – Legal myth-busting – Application timeline – CV, extracurricular activities, and transferable skills for law – UCAS – key components to be aware of – Personal statements – Interviews – Entrance exams: LNAT, Cambridge/Oxford Law Exam
I answer questions throughout the conference.
Applying to law can be an overwhelming process, so I hope to help your students organise their applications and shine through as future courthouse powerhouses!
The Data Inspiration Group are passionate about building a unique community that inspires young people to consider a career in data. Our dedicated team connects students, their parents/guardians and educators with leading data industry companies and professionals across the UK. We call these our ‘data champions’.
Your students are invited to the virtual Get into Nursing conference, where I’ll provide my insight on how to enter the nursing profession. I will cover crucial topics such as personal statements, applications, interviews, securing work experience, and what it’s truly like to be a nurse.
Chief Midwife Mentor Tanya will be hosting the Virtual Get into Midwifery Conference, sharing her own experiences as a midwife and offering tailored advice to aspiring midwives on personal statements, applications, interviews, and gaining relevant work experience.
VIRTUAL ALLIED HEALTHCARE WORK EXPERIENCE
Sunday 4th June 10am – 5pm
The next session for the NHS Healthcare Work Experience programme launches on Sunday 4th June! A strong record of work experience is essential for all applications to healthcare careers, including nursing, midwifery, paramedicine, occupational therapy, radiography, and many more!
The NHS interdisciplinary team has a very unique way of operating, so I encourage all students interested in healthcare or working for the NHS to join.
Our ‘Be Inspired’ Enrichment events offer students so much more than just a taster session. They can get a feel for a subject area, while getting to test-drive a selection of specific degree programmes, helping to familiarise them with new, exciting fields and courses. These practical, on-campus sessions place students in our modern facilities, next to our academic experts.
At LEONI there is an opportunity of completing your studies, while learning on the job and earning money. Completing a Product Design and Development Engineer Apprenticeship – Level 6. You will be involved in Technical Project Management, Design (CAD & 2D Drawing), DVP (Design Verification Planning) etc.