The Doorsteps Sport package workshops and practical sessions equip candidates to work with disadvantaged youngsters in the community sports setting. This package is recognised in the sports industry as the essential first step towards leadership and employability.
If you do not have the required English and Maths qualifications needed to satisfy the entry requirements for this programme, we have courses available at our partner College that you can take to upskill in these areas. Find out more at South Bank College.
If you have already completed some studies at another university, we may be able to consider you for advanced entry. Please see our advanced entry page for more information.
The workshop will provide volunteers, young people, youth and community workers and sports coaches and leaders with ideas for basic dance moves and fun ways to introduce Dance to young people in their local community.
Aims: To understand basic dance movements needed to participate; explore the basic elements of Street Dance, cheerleading and JusJhoom; deliver basic dance activities to groups of young people and understand adaptations and developments that can be made to activities
After the course they will be able to introduce dance activities to young people into a community setting or Doorstep Sport club within the activity, leadership and supervision guidelines of their host organisation.
Who is it for: Community sport project leasers, coaches and volunteers.
Course pre-requisites: There are no complulsory pre-requisites for this workshop.
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