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BECOME A SPORTS APPRENTICE WITH THE ACHIEVEMENT PROJECT

The Achievement Project is offering ten young people with an interest in sport, aged between 16 and 19-years-old, the opportunity to gain industry recognised qualifications, as well as experience within local schools, whilst also getting paid £80 a week.

The Achievement Project Apprenticeship Scheme supports the sporting infrastructure within local schools, helping them to deliver high quality physical education.


ACHIEVEMENT PROJECT PRODUCES MORE QUALIFIED COACHES

The latest course run by the Leicester-based Achievement Project has seen 12 people from across the city qualify as Level 1 table tennis coaches.

The course, which was run between February and April at Knighton Park Table Tennis Club, is the first qualification on the table tennis ladder.


FREE TRAINING FOR BUDDING FOOTBALL STEWARDS

Local people are being given the opportunity to train to become qualified football stewards, free of charge, by Leicester-based organisation, The Achievement Project, and the
Leicestershire and Rutland County Football Association.

The Achievement Project is running a free NVQ Level 2 in Spectator Safety for anybody aged 19 and 23 without a full Level 2 qualification, whilst it costs just £50 for anybody else aged 19 and over, meaning a saving of over £600 on the usual price.


ACHIEVEMENT PROJECT APPRENTICES

The Leicester-based Achievement Project has recently given 10 local youngsters, aged between 16 and 20-years-old, the chance to take their first steps into securing a sport related career by becoming an Achievement Project Sports Apprentice.

As part of the project’s 2013 programme, all of the individuals selected will have the opportunity to gain accredited, industry recognised qualifications and valuable experience within school and community settings, whilst getting paid at the same time.


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