April 15, 2016 News, Salford

An Intensive Training Week in Salford!

Cf_hcHoWsAAssSlThe RFF team in Manchester have wiped the sweat from their brow and will be enjoying a well-earned weekend having finished an incredibly intensive training week for our young people in Manchester!

Taking place at Salford Sports Village, the five days of training for more than 20 hard to reach and NEET young people, included the level 2 Community Sports Leaders Award as well as the level 1 Equality, Diversity and Inclusion course.

404 Not Found The Level 2 Award in Community Sports Leadership is a nationally recognised qualification that teaches our young people how to lead their own community sports initiatives. The qualification teaches leadership skills such as organisation, planning, communication and teamwork through the medium of sport as well as covering youth work and safeguarding.CgAvu8XWwAU_xWA

The Equality, Diversity and Inclusion accredited training course course will teaches young people on how to improve equality, diversity and inclusion in their coaching, in other work places and in their wider communities. It is designed to build a sport and youth workforce skilled in understanding equality and diversity issues as well as challenging racist or prejudiced behaviour.

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Delivered by London Programme Manager and our lead youth trainer Ryan Bish as well as 5 Star Active National Programme Manager Jenny Cottrell, these training programmes are specifically designed to bridge the gap between school and work for our young people. By training young people as youth leaders with a respect for diversity and inclusion we are equipping the next generation with the necessary skills and qualities to not only to run their own community sports programmes but to solve a number of social issues in their local areas.

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Well done to everyone who trained with us this week and massive respect to our talented staff team!