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StreetGames also has apprenticeship courses running throughout the UK.
Reporting to the Chief Executive, the StreetGames Development Director will be responsible for ensuring the internal cohesion and overall effectiveness of StreetGames strategy and contractual delivery in our target areas across England.
Coach Core is looking for 20 young people to support and enhance the delivery of a number of partner organisations in the Manchester area. Upon application, you will be asked to provide three preferred sports choices, which will be shared with employers. Assuming you are eligible for the programme, you will be invited to attend a practical recruitment event, where you will meet all employers and other applicants, and will be asked to take part in a range of practical activities.
There is a growing trend in the UK for companies to do more than simply give money to good causes. Many employees and employers prefer to be actively involved with corporate community investment, which aims to link employees' skills and time to the donation of resources.
StreetGames' industry-leading apprenticeships are a mix of on-the-job, workplace learning and off-site conventional study - typically revolving around youth, community or sports-based coaching techniques. The employer pays the apprentice a wage and in return the government pays for most or all of their training.