2. Exercise and Fitness
Therefore this program can be tailor made to anyone working in the following
· Martial Arts
· Adventure &
What is an Apprenticeship?
An apprenticeship is a learning program that you work towards
whilst in the workplace. It is an alternative to going to college and is recognised as the preferable educational route for
employers in the Sporting or Outdoor Activities Industry.
Employers are more likely to employ an Apprentice than someone who has a college based BTEC or A-Level program because
an Apprenticeship demonstrates that not only are you qualified but that you know how to do the job and have had real work
As an apprentice
you will be paid a minimum of £95 per week by your employer.
An apprenticeship with 1st2 Achieve Training
means that you will never need to leave the workplace, we conduct all learning onsite, and each program is tailor made to
Apprenticeships include the following Qualifications:
- Level 2 NVQ in Activity Leadership
- Level 2 Certificate in Employment Rights and
- Level 1 Functional Skills Maths
- Level 1 Functional Skills English
- + Technical Certificate to meet employer requirements such as BCU Paddle Sport
· Prepare for Activity Leadership · Lead activity sessions · Conclude
and review activity sessions · Support the work of the team and Organisation
health, safety and welfare in active leisure and recreation · Support
equality and diversity in active leisure and recreation · Set up, take down and store activity Equipment · Check and service activity equipment
Each applicant is assessed on their maturity, experience and current work experience. It
is usual that applicants have a Level 1 qualification or are actively involved in coaching, leading or participating in an
activity for example; snowboarding, football, orienteering.
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In most cases our programs are funded by the government or the European Social Fund and so our training