SW IRC Coaching Opportunities 2021-22

As we look to restart the sport after lockdown, a few of our regular coaches and assistant coaches have moved on. This of course creates an excellent opportunity for others to join the team and to get involved in working with this very rewarding Junior program.

Training takes place across the region, with the majority in Exeter this year (dates listed elsewhere on the site). In return we can assist with mileage and can help new assistant coaches with their training and certificates with a SWVA scholarship.

The SWVA Inter Regional Championships program is the competitive outlet for junior volleyball players throughout the region and is part of Regional Talent Development programmes.

In addition to the main Inter Regional Championship end of season event held in Kettering, the program includes monthly training sessions, match training at the Exeter Challenge events and various development teams at SW events.

The program also includes coaching development opportunities, it’s a great place for experienced coaches to help others and for our younger assistant coaches to learn and to develop their coaching skill. In addition to the coaching team, there is also a back ground administration team that works behind the scene.

We are currently looking to boost and expand our coaching team, if you would like to get involved as an existing coach or to develop your coaching experience as an assistant coach, then please have a read of the Join the team page, which includes some basic job descriptions and complete the form. We aim to find a place for everyone on the team, most people start as an assistant and once they have completed a season, progress.

Applications for this round of recruitment closes on Sept 4th, with the first session on the 18th Sep for the successful candidates.

Any other or missing info, please contact me.

Dave Reece Dave.Reece@Network100.co.uk
SWVA Chairman

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