To All Surrey Coaches
I think you may have seen an email giving details of some workshops that are being run by Active Surrey, at Leatherhead Leisure Centre, on the 20th March.
As you know CSAA are trying to get one or two workshops off the ground, but we still do not have a date for these, so in the meantime if you would like to go along to a workshop on Safeguarding and Protecting Children, or First Aid for Sport, then this could be an opportunity to do so. The cost is only £40.00 for the day. There are a number of workshops being run on the day, so you may find something else that you wish to do. I’m going to do both the strength & conditioning and injury prevention and the first aid for sport, so I may see some of you there
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I have known for some time that a number of Level One coaches want to do their Level Two course but had not wanted to travel out of county to do so. If you are one of these or if you are a Level One coach and are thinking of progressing to your Level Two, then you will be pleased to learn that Jim Tighe and I have arranged for a Level two course to be held in Surrey starting in July next year.
The dates are all weekends as follows:
July 16th / 17th
August 27th / 28th
With the assessment on December 10th
The venue for the sessions is, 1st Hook Scout Hall Verona Drive Surbiton Surrey KT6 5AJ
The venue for the assessment is, Kings Centre Coppard Gardens Chessington Surrey KT9 2GZ
Cost of the course is £350.00. However, if your club is an Ontarget club you will be eligible for a £200.00 grant from AGB. This is a very good deal and one that you should take up if you are thinking of taking your Level Two next year.
There are 12 places on the course and we know that 5 will go very quickly, so please get back to us ASAP so as to avoid disappointment.
Please ask your club secretary for the application forms.
The AGM in February 2016 will mark the end of my second term of office as your President and I will not be standing for a further term. I would like to make the selection of your next President more open and not just purely by request. I therefore would ask for anyone interested to apply, preferably in writing to the Hon Secretary, with their details and their credentials. If submissions could be made before the November meeting then we could have a discussion on the merits of the candidates and hopefully start to select a successor.