The Community Activator Coach will underpin occupations such as an Activator, Sports Coach, Activity Leader, Community Worker or Outreach Officer. The Community Activator Coach will be a positive role model who builds good rapport with customers – especially those who are young, inactive or from low-income and marginalised communities. They will work alongside youth workers and police to neighbourhoods safer, whilst also working with health workers to make residents fitter and healthier. The Community Activator Coach promotes, delivers and coaches fun, inclusive and engaging activities. The role requires great flexibility and individuals can expect to work varied and unsociable hours, including evenings, weekends and school holidays.
Apprentices should work for at least 30 hours per week, including off-the-job training. The training is tailored to ensure apprentices develop the skills they need to thrive in the workplace, giving a real advantage in terms of career progression.
• The Benefits of Physical Activity and Healthy Lifestyle
• The Principles of Behaviour Change
• Leadership in Sport and Physical Activity
• Planning Community Events to increase Physical Activity
END POINT ASSESSMENT
• Panel interview
• Practical observation
• Presentation with questions and answers
Successful completion of this Apprenticeship will lead to roles in leadership or management within the sector which will be aligned to an Apprenticeship as higher level. Progression will involve leading teams of people, acting as a mentor to staff and specialising in the delivery of sports and physical activities to certain populations or communities.
All Apprentices will be given CIMSPA as Associate Membership level.