Kilsyth Basketball Association has partnered with Training Sense to provide students with a unique traineeship opportunity in 2012. This is an ideal course to develop young athletes, supports the schools and clubs basketball programs and centers on player’s future aspirations in sport.
Training Sense is a nationally accredited Registered Training Organisation offering quality training in the Sport, Fitness, and Leisure industries. They have forged a strong reputation as a quality training provider trainers based Australia-wide. Significant industry experience ensures our trainers are highly skilled quality educators that know the professional industry, providing you with the best possible insights and knowledge.
In terms of explaining the key elements of the traineeship the following points are relevant
This traineeship is for school students who are interested in the sports industry.
A traineeship involves both a course (in this case a Cert III in Sport Coaching) and paid employment.
The course helps develop industry skills in areas including First Aid and Sport Trainer, Basketball Coaching and Officiating. It adds also units to students VCE and will be delivered in the school holidays as well as some intensive sessions determined in conjunction with the school. Online work will also be completed as part of the course.
The employment is for 8 hours per week paid by Training Sense ($76.80 per week).
Students will be hosted to their current basketball club or school where they will complete weekly work. Work can include participating in and assisting with training and competition with the remainder to be made up of rostered club tasks including assisting with juniors coaching, first aid, officiating competitions and running events.
The traineeships will begin at the start of the school year in 2012 but interested students will begin the process of joining the traineeship in November and officially sign up before the end of the year.
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