Volunteering opportunity

Disability Sport Session Coaching and/or Assistance

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Lizzie Edgecombe
on 15th August 2019

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  • Sport
What matters to you
  • Sport / leisure / physical activity
  • Inclusion / inequality / social justice
  • Health / wellbeing
  • Children / young people / family

Access Sport's Disability Inclusion Programme is working to make disability inclusion in sport/physical activity the norm, rather than the exception. We work with existing clubs and groups to open their doors to disabled young people across a wide range of sports and activities. 

An extra pair of hands at a session can make all the difference whilst providing a highly rewarding and fun experience for the volunteer. 

Prior coaching or disability experience is great but no worries if not, we can provide all the relevant training and even put you through coaching courses. A DBS Check will be carried out by Access Sport. 

With a wide range of sports across the city at varying times, there's hopefully something that suits you too. 

Already involved in a sports club? Get in touch to see how we can support your club to be more disability inclusive. 

Provided by Access Sport

Contact name
Lizzie Edgecombe
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